You're a doer. You're a creative thinker and problem solver who likes to jump in, hit the ground running.
You're good with busy. You thrive on having multiple responsibilities, decision-making and taking the initiative to get things done.
You're a stickler. You're observant, perceptive and have an eye for detail (some may even call you a tastemaker!) You hold yourself to high standards and pride yourself on consistently delivering high-quality outcomes.
You love a challenge. You're fast moving and energized by obstacles and always searching for ways to solve problems.
You play well with others. You're self-motivated, have mad time management skills and are super productive working independently. At the same time, you're more than willing and able to be a team player, lending your creativity or simply a helpful hand to make sure the job gets done, the client's happy and the team wins.
At Swagger, we see graphic design as visual storytelling that engages, informs, and inspires. We are looking for a highly creative graphic designer who can take conceptual ideas and create visual representations, both in print and electronic media. Our ideal candidate will have expert knowledge of current design software and skilled with every step of the design process from concept to the final deliverable. Collaborating with multiple teams at our company, the graphic designer should be able to take direction from written or spoken ideas and convert them into a design that connects. The successful candidate will have a thorough understanding of branding and marketing, with the ability to vary style and layouts depending on the project. If you think you have what it takes to bring ideas to life with visual impact, we want to hear from you.
Does this sound like a role you would love? Send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: Equality, diversity and inclusion aren't just buzzwords to us. At Swagger, when we say we are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company, we walk the walk. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status. Because we want everyone to feel safe bringing their authentic selves to work every day. And because it's the right thing to do.