Junior Graphic Designer
Good design matters more now than ever. The best graphic designers usually start as a workhorse that learn a powerful work ethic with the right habits. Clipping masks, checking your kerning, color correction, icon illustration and properly packaging all your links. What seems like repetitive tasks quickly grow into muscle memory. A strength that’ll separate you from the pack later in your career. Projects that will exhaust your peers will feel routine to you. So later in your career, when people ask how you became a Design Director, you will happily give a little credit to your first job, a junior graphic designer at 2two5.
At 2two5, you will be a part of our team that manages 10+ brands for our parent company Venus Concept. You will learn how to develop a brand from scratch, how to design within current brand guidelines and that great brands have good design built into their DNA. Most importantly, you’ll be part of a first-of-its-kind advertising agency with global ambitions and plenty of room for you to grow.
Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
• To become a great graphic designer.
• To be a sponge and learn as much as possible.
• Eagerly tackle every project.
• To make print ads, social lead ads, business cards, identity packages, website designs, wall posters, stickers, photo-shop pranks, memes, integrated ad campaigns and a whole lot more.
• Never be afraid to admit you don’t know something.
• Never be afraid to start teaching yourself what you don’t know.
• Completed at least one internship in an advertising agency, design firm or branding studio — preferably two. References from internships will be a huge plus.
• A bachelor’s degree in graphic design.
• Mastery of Adobe Creative Suite In-Design, Photoshop, Illustrator.
• Willingness to teach yourself Adobe After Effects and Premiere.
• Familiarity with WordPress and digital best practices (No coding necessary)
• Competency with Microsoft: Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
• Must have ambition, persistence, intellectual curiosity and a sense of humor.
Submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the subject line of the email, write the role you are applying for, your most influential design inspiration and your favorite cereal. If you miss this Easter egg in the process, your application will probably not be read.