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Associate Graphic Designer

Company Name:
Brinly-Hardy Co.
I. Job Summary:
This position will support the Marketing Department to assist in designing artwork for various marketing-related media, such as advertisements, websites, social media posts, print collateral and signage, among others.
II. Essential Job Duties
Support the design of marketing collateral for all Brinly-Hardy products.
Support design of direct mail programs for Brinlys respective brands.
Assist in the design of POP signage and Special Order programs for Mass Merchants.
Create print and web graphics for Brinly-Hardys respective brands.
Conduct product and market research in order to develop effective advertising designs.
Support with maintenance of company websites by updating product photographs, product feature graphics, etc.
Maintain library of product photos, specifications and other pertinent product information.
Coordinate multilingual translations of manuals, packaging, etc.
Proactively support photographic needs and execute regular photoshoots.
Contribute to brochure design, product specification literature, etc.
Support with design of graphics for tradeshow booths, signage, and literature.
Other duties as assigned.
III. Qualifications:
The following are the minimum requirements for this job:
Must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite 6 (Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign) and Mac. Adobe Premiere and After Effects are a plus.
Capable of creating large tradeshow displays, magazine ads, web-based graphics, product specification sheets and other creative marketing collateral. (Photography and video skills are a plus).
Organized, detail-oriented and able to work closely in a team environment.
Adaptable to a fast-paced environment capable of balancing and prioritizing projects to meet deadlines
Consistently stays updated on the latest technology and design techniques.
Able to effectively communicate / present design concepts
Responsible for grasping each brand from a marketing perspective and staying consistent with design outreach strategy

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