Job type part-time
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Position title digital designer
Position number a99449
Posting number s0000869
Open date 11/23/2021
Open until filled? yes
Job type part-time
Position summary the roll of digital designer is one that evolved out of necessityJust a few years ago roosevelt was relying mostly on print with html email to supportIn recent years email marketing and digital communication has become increasingly vital to the way we conduct business.
The roll of digital designer is an integral to the marketing teamAround 70% or the job revolves around html email creationRoosevelt deploys 5+ html emails a weekWe use email marketing for everything from soliciting gifts, engaging with alumni, connecting with prospective students and engaging with the parents of current studentsIn a world of cluttered inboxes we rely on creative coding to ensure our emails look appealing and correct across all email platforms.
The digital designer also creates and manages microsites for various university initiatives like the 75th anniversary site and the roosevelt review site.
Along with email marketing digital display marketing has become increasingly important in reaching perspective studentsThe digital designer helps design digital display ads for campaigns throughout the yearThey will have a desire to learn, innovate and develop creative trends in visual communications that will push roosevelt university to the forefront in higher edReporting to the director of brand marketing, they will work with a team of copywriters and designers to develop integrated digital design campaigns, from concept to completion, focusing on all areas of the higher ed space, from enrollment to retention and beyondThe digital designer is able to effectively visualize and create concepts from start to finish with minimal supervisionThis is a fully remote positionIt is part time (30 hours a week) with full benefitsRoosevelt university requires all new hires to be compliant with our covid-19 vaccination policy, found at the covid -19 website.
Title ix contact information:
Federal title ix policy requires that all colleges and universities make known the contact information for the person responsible for coordinating its efforts to comply with title ix regulationsAt roosevelt university, the title ix coordinator is michael pfeiferHis office is in the auditorium building of the chicago campus, 430 sMichigan avenue, suite 204He can be reached at 312-341-2045 or email@example.com
Knowledge, skills and abilities required
A bachelor’s degree in graphic design or related field.
1-3 years experience working in digital design.
High level of proficiency in design, web and multimedia software and applications, such as adobe creative suite & html 5, on a mac based platform
Work to creative brief and show understanding and relevance to the target market while working within consistent brand look
Ability to meet with clients on project scope and strategy and present rounds of creative for approval
Proficient in back end email design that works across all platforms (gmail, outlook, etc.)
Proficient in wordpress
Experience with accessibility design
Excellent organizational, communication (written and verbal), interpersonal skills and attention to detail.
Ability to exercise considerable judgment and discretion in establishing and maintaining good working relationships.
Ability to meet deadlines and prioritize work
Ability to demonstrate a commitment to service excellence by embodying roosevelt’s core values, mission, and vision in every aspect of the role working with students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
A positive and professional demeanor is a must.
Years of experience required 5-7 years in design
Required education bachelor`s degree
Minimum qualifications see knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above.
Preferred qualifications html 5
Background in marketing and/or higher education
Working conditions normal climate controlled office environment is providedJob is largely sedentary, but there is a need to move about the office and buildings frequentlyRegular use of desktop computer is required, calling for frequent hand/wrist movement and repetitionModerate level of stressAbility to work remote.
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