Graphic Designer - Rhode Island

Starts August 2021
Duration One Year
Status Freelance
Rate DOE
Our client, a global leader in the B2C retail space, is looking for a Graphic Designer - starting as soon as possible. This is a 40hr/wk, one year opportunity. Work will be done all onsite in Rhode Island

As the Graphic Designer, you'll be tasked with bringing your best creative and organizational A-game to elevate the company brand. You'll report directly to the Senior Designer assisting with all things from concept to creation.

Responsibilities Include:
- Contribute across a variety or projects including creation of e-commerce, social media, packaging, event signage, retail signage, line looks, logos, photo shoots, collaborating with outside vendors and using standard industry computer graphics software
- Participate and contribute to brainstorm sessions and consistently use your sense of creativity, foresight and good design judgment in developing and applying marketplace trends (e.g. competitive graphics, styles, fashion, lifestyles, etc.).
- Utilize internal resources and time management skills to independently manage projects and achieve individual project milestones.

The IDEAL Graphic Designer will have:
- 5+ years of experience
- Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator
- Background in both print and digital design
- Working knowledge of 3D experience a plus!
- Ability to learn and adapt is a must

Submit resume (and samples if applicable) to:

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