Title: Graphic Designer
Reports to: Marketing Manager
Salary Level: IV ($12.50/hr - $16.00/hour)
Collaborate with the Marketing team in the creation of all aspects of marketing initiatives, including establishing branding, print and web graphics, and content creation in a timely, positive and constructive manner. Develop and produce graphic content, including:
- Print materials to assist in animal adoptions, promote HSSA programs and services, provide compelling content for social media and further educate the community, clients and staff of HSSA
- Photograph and edit photos of animals, products, events and other content as needed. Videography experience a plus
- Logo design and merchandise for HSSA initiatives
- Create quarterly magazine publication: Humanely Speaking with assistance from Marketing Manager and Copywriter. Must be comfortable with print best practices and color space.
- Strong knowledge and passion for branding and logo design.
- Ability to manage work load of upwards of 50 graphic design projects per month with attention to detail and deadlines.
- Make suggestions for improvements and additions to in-house publications, forms and public materials, as needed.
- Produce and replenish in-house signs, flyers, handouts, memos and other materials required for staff and public use, as needed.
- Obtain printing quotes and assign necessary outside printing jobs, maintaining both cost-effectiveness and quality.
- Assist Events team, Education team, Adoptions and other HSSA departments with flyers, documents, signage, and other related materials needed for special events and programs.
- Keep abreast of animal welfare issues and animal laws.
- Serve as humane society historian in all areas including newsletter, photograph and slide archives.
- Perform customer service to the standards set forth in HSSA’s employee manual.
- May drive company vehicle in performance of company business.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, skills, efforts or working conditions or qualifications associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change, for example, emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs, or technological breakdowns in departments.