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Graphic Designer

Food For The Poor, Inc. (Full Time)


Responsible for conceptualization and design of multi-channel direct marketing campaigns and fundraising materials that support all the departments within Food For The Poor. The position requires not only creativity, but also a high level of problem solving, critical thinking, and ability work within specified direct mail and brand guidelines. The ideal candidate will be a team player interested in collaborating with a highly skilled creative team and will have a passion for Food For The Poor’s mission. We are looking for an individual that is detail-oriented, organized and can manage multiple jobs at once, while creating out of the box ideas and designs. Designers are responsible for preparing files for high volume print production, and for web usage. Other responsibilities include branding of special events and other programs.

Qualifications


Qualifications:
•Solid conceptualization, design and artistic ability
•Good communication and interpersonal skills, and ability to multi-task
•Detail and deadline-oriented with flexible and team player attitude and ability to work under pressure
•Aptitude to take direction
•Strong skills in Mac platform Adobe Creative Cloud, and fluency in In Design, Photoshop, Illustrator and Acrobat
•Experience working with font management, photo archiving systems and Microsoft Office a plus
•Photo color correction experience
•Strong knowledge of print production and pre-press procedures

Education:
Degree in graphic design or related field with ongoing education to keep up-to-date on all relevant computer programs and trends

Experience:
A minimum of five years’ experience in direct mail/print industry. Fundraising and/or marketing background preferred, but not required. Web design experience is a plus.


Website: http://www.foodforthepoor.org/about-us/employment/

Location: Coconut Creek, Florida

Apply here: http://www.foodforthepoor.org/graphicdesigner

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