92nd Street Y

  • Graphic Designer

    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(7/2/2018 11:09 AM)
    92Y Marketing [10]
  • Position Summary

    Working in a busy award-winning design department in one of the country’s top community and cultural centers, reporting to the Associate Art Director, the position requires an ability to work quickly and efficiently on a broad range of print and digital design projects and other related materials. Experienced in a MAC environment, the graphic designer will work on individual and team assignments within the Marketing Department. 

    Essential Functions

    • Design, pre-press production and quality control of assigned projects
    • Assist in the design, production and coordination of catalog
    • Collaborate with marketing, editorial, CRM and web teams, as well as individual departments at 92Y to develop and implement projects/campaigns
    • Traffic work between departments
    • Maintain project and image filing systems
    • Performs other related duties as assigned or requested

    Education, Skills and Experience

    • Bachelors degree and / or comparable graphic design work experience. 
    • At least two years of experience in fast paced, deadline driven design department
    • Strong design ability and an excellent portfolio demonstrating these skills
    • Meticulous attention to detail, excellent organizational, trafficking and communication skills
    • Ability to work both independently and as a part of a team
    • Posses good judgment and diplomacy with the ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities
    • Must have extensive knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud in a Mac environment
    • Pre-press production experience a must
    • Illustration skills a strong plus 

    Hours of Work
    40 hours per week, Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm with a one hour unpaid break.


    Please provide a link or PDF of your portfolio with your application. 


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