Southern Virginia University’s Creative Marketing & Communications Office is seeking an über talented and motivated Graphic Designer to help elevate the University’s brand and visual identity. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and portfolio to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employment Status: Full-time, Salary ($50,000-$70,000 based on portfolio/experience)
Education: Bachelor’s degree required; master’s degree is a plus
Experience: 2-3 years of work experience in design-related field
Southern Virginia University Mission Statement
We are a private, self-reliant, residential university aligned with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its principles and values. Our mission is to gather faithful Latter-day Saints and like-minded students, lift them in intellect, character, and spirituality, and launch them into successful lives and careers.
About the Creative Marketing & Communications Office
Led by the Chief Marketing Officer, the Creative Marketing & Communications Office is the creative hub and engine of the University. As a unified and motivated team, we work collaboratively to elevate the University’s brand and communicate its value through every touchpoint. Our efforts overlap with and enhance the work of various offices across campus to attract, recruit, and retain students, and to raise funds for the University.
Culture & Environment
First and foremost, the Creative Marketing & Communications Office is a team. We believe in collaboration and honest feedback, and in being kind and respectful to one another while providing excellent customer service to the departments we serve across the University. We foster a work environment in which we openly assess, critique, discuss and revise projects and ideas with courtesy and diplomacy.
Creative team members are expected to have exceptional self-motivation and time management skills with the ability to handle multiple projects autonomously and simultaneously to meet strict deadlines. This includes the ability to move initial concepts from brainstorming stages to completion with minimal supervision. We also play just as hard as we work and love a good joke or TV quote.