George P. Johnson
GPJ is looking for a Graphic Designer who is an innovative, strategic thinker who is just as comfortable ideating as executing. A designer who brings inventiveness, inspiration and all-around creative chops to the table every day. We want someone who thrives working with a team across multiple disciplines to deliver world class experiences. Our ideal candidate is a creative who can deliver world class thinking and execution - from concept through to delivery.
In this role, you will actively participate in programs involving the interaction of multi-disciplinary teams, including brainstorming and providing graphic design perspective. You will also participate on a multi-disciplinary team to facilitate, interpret and develop successful messages and graphic communication for events, tradeshows and collateral. This may involve multiple dynamic concept ideations. You will immerse yourself in and translate client brands to develop polished communications that deliver.
Who You Are & What You Bring
Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design, Advertising, Visual Communication or related course of study. 3-5 years of experience as a Graphic Designer. Expert in Adobe Creative Suite, InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop software. Fluent in Google Suite (Slides, GMail, GChat).
You are a creative visionary who can deliver world class thinking and execution - from concept through to delivery. You own your work from start to finish and are deeply vested in its quality.
- Have a stellar portfolio that demonstrates a keen eye for design. Experience with installations, exhibits, retail environments, pop-ups, or brand activations are a plus.
- Passionately follow the latest trends (interactive technology, architecture, art, design, etc.) and maybe have a few of your own
- Think conceptually and realistically; owning a project from start to finish
- Have excellent communication and design skills
- Can speak to current graphic techniques and conventions in your sleep
- Can think on the fly and quickly develop simple solutions to complex graphic communication problems
- Are comfortable working in a fast-paced environment to deliver on time and in-style.
- Enjoy immersing yourself in the clients’ brand, culture, products, and marketing objectives
- Heavy attention to detail
Who We Are
GPJ is the world leader in experiential marketing. Our 29 global offices are filled with fearless people dreaming up ideas that are transforming industries and bringing the most respected brands to life in powerfully, exciting ways. We are a part of the Project Worldwide family. An independent, employee-owned global network of complementary, wholly owned agencies.
You read that “employee-owned” part, right? You heard us correctly. You work hard, she works hard, we all work hard… we all succeed and reap the rewards. We have an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) – providing our employees with an ownership interest. We thought you would want to know that. In fact, there is a lot more you would want to know about us, like our FTO policy (no more “accruing” time off), our employer matching 401(k) plan (no vesting period), our “no employee contribution” healthcare option. But we are getting ahead of ourselves here, let’s talk about this exciting opportunity first and we can fill you in on our perks & benefits later.
GPJ is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation and gender identity), national origin, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other protected class. In addition to federal law requirements, GPJ complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. GPJ expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on any protected class.
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