Production Designer 📍 Boston, United States
Living Proof is looking for a Print Production Designer to work in our office on a contractual basis for 30 hours a week. The expected duration of this contract is 3 months. You must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with a small team. You’re a motivated and energetic person who takes initiative, trouble-shoots, is detail-oriented, and takes pride in your work.
Job responsibilities include
- Review graphics, layouts and fonts before projects are released
- Build and create retailer merchandising projects in accordance with vendor specifications
- Create/modify product packaging artwork files
- Type setting, image manipulations/resizing, art creation and/or modification
- Create/Modify PowerPoint presentations for the Marketing team
- Prep print, digital, merchandising, and packaging files for release
- 2-5 years work experience as a Production Designer or a similar role
- Must have solid knowledge of the printing process and pre-flighting tools
- Ability to take direction from internal team
- Perform effectively in environments with frequent workload changes and competing demands
- Strong attention to detail and organizational skills are a must
- Robust written and verbal communication skills
- Must be fluent in Adobe Suite; specifically Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign
- Must be well versed in Microsoft Office
- Retouching and/or PowerPoint experience is a plus but not required
- Please include a portfolio link when applying
Are you looking to pay or is this a collaboration?
Pay to hire someone
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What’s your day rate budget range? (USD)
$250-350 (Industry average)
Do you have an estimate of the job or project length?
A few months
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Yes, they need to be at a location (give location in job title)
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