Job Postings - Professional/Administrative

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Title: Graphic Designer
Classification/Rank: PAE-2PR
Job Listing: 04121P
Position: 00042094

Summary: Daily support of design initiatives to promote IU Libraries resources, collections, and events and services; enhances the IU Libraries national reputation; highlights the Libraries’ role as integral to the cultural and academic life on campus; and supports the development office in attracting new funding prospects. Works with other Advancement team members, clients, and stakeholders to strategize, conceptualize, propose, research, and produce and proof design solutions for use in print and interactive media that market, promote, and communicate IU's advancement mission and the IU Libraries’ broader aim to preserve, protect, and make available information and resources that support the university’s teaching and research mission.  Prepares production and material specifications for design projects for output by print vendors. Monitors press checks when necessary and bears responsibility for final print quality.  Supervises the work of student interns, videographers, and  occasional freelance designers.

Qualifications: Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and cover letter required.

Required: Bachelor's degree in graphic design or related field.  2 years experience in graphic design, advertising, marketing, or a closely related field is required. Exceptional graphic design skills.  Outstanding visual presentation skills.  Ability to independently manage time, multi-task, and meet deadlines in a busy environment.  Proven organizational skills.  Ability to produce consistently high quality visual design without introducing typographical or other errors.  Ability to manage successful service-oriented, client-based relationships, and a commitment to outstanding customer service.  Interpersonal skills and judgment suitable for exercising appropriate discretion and demeanor in interactions with staff, clients, vendors, board members, and members of the university community.  Ability to use current computer technology, including both PC and MAC platforms.  Proficiency with Macintosh operating systems and related equipment and design software.  Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite, including Dreamweaver, Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, and InDesign.  HTML skills (including CSS and JavaScript).Marketing knowledge and understanding of fundraising models. Familiarity with the mission and work of a major research and teaching university.  Ability to frequently move between the offices of the IU Libraries, including among the Wells Library, the Lilly Library, branch libraries, and the Wylie House Museum.

Preferred: Experience in a nonprofit environment or in institutional advancement. Knowledge of email marketing and experience with new media such as editing and posting podcasts and video on the web .

Physical Requirements: Ability to lift up to 20 lbs. Frequent moving between the offices of the IU Libraries required, including among the Wells Library, the Lilly Library, branch libraries, and the Wylie House Museum.

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