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Graphic Production Artist
Senior Brand Planner
Graphic Production Artist
As a production artist in our Graphics department, you’ll be part of the team that creates the finished art that is released for print/digital. You will work on your own accounts as well as support other members of the graphics team clients. You need to be able to work closely with art directors and designers to take their concepts to finished art. You will communicate with the account team to ensure the artwork follows the client guidelines.
Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Bridge and Media Encoder)
Proficiency or willingness to learn in 3D programs, such as SketchUp and Blender
Working knowledge of Adobe Pro
Working knowledge or willingness to learn Microsoft applications, including Word and PowerPoint
Three or more years in an agency, design studio or equivalent work environment
Proficiency of printing/digital processes
Ability to multitask assignments to make deadlines
Ability to organize and maintain client files, including images and logos
Candidate must reside in or be willing to relocate to the Louisville, Ky., area
Report to: Director of Integrated Production
Qualified individuals may submit their credentials and portfolio to email@example.com.
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