ABOUT THIS OPPORTUNITY:
Do you have a love for the city of Minneapolis and all the great things it has to offer our visitors and locals? Do you have at least a 2 year Associate degree and 1-2+ years of graphic design industry experience? Are looking for an opportunity to apply your passion for design on a wide variety of projects from digital to print, branding, presentations, brochures, newsletters, apparel and so much more? At Meet Minneapolis, there are so many exciting things happening in the city of Minneapolis and this unique creative role puts you right in the middle of the action!
As a part of the Brand Strategy Team of Meet Minneapolis, the Associate Graphic Designer will be responsible for creating and producing marketing materials to promote and market the city of Minneapolis to visitors and meeting planners. The ideal candidate will have prior experience in both print and interactive design, along with an interest in exploring a broader range of projects.
Under the supervision and leadership of the Senior Creative Graphic Designer, the Associate Graphic Designer is responsible for marketing design activities that support the entire Meet Minneapolis organization including Sports Minneapolis, Minneapolis Visitor Information and the Minneapolis Convention Center.
AREAS OF PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY AND FOCUS:
PORTFOLIO/WORK EXAMPLES REQUIRED:
ADDITIONAL EXPERIENCE/SKILLS DESIRED (not required):
SALARY: Competitive, DOE
Meet Minneapolis offers a generous benefits package including: medical, dental, STD/LTD, Life Insurance, 401(k), vacation and sick time for employees who are benefits eligible. This position also qualifies for Meet Minneapolis’ telecommuting policy.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee will be required to:
Note: Job Descriptions are not exhaustive lists of all skills, responsibilities, or efforts associated with a job. They reflect principal job elements essential for performing the job and evaluating performance. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the position.
This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than as “at will” relationship.