Brasfield & Gorrie

Creative Designer

Location US-AL-Birmingham
Job ID
6854

Responsibilities

  • Advocate for the corporate graphic standards to maintain a consistent look within all materials
  • Partner with marketing and communications teams to create graphics for proposals and presentations, project-specific efforts, and corporate initiatives
  • Design, format, and lay out advertisements
  • Research and understand potential and existing clients’ graphic standards
  • Maintain graphics and photo library
  • Support photography of events, employee headshots, and projects
  • Create graphics and materials for trade show booths and events
  • Provide creative support for office-related and division-related events and activities, such as division manager and healthcare skillset trainings, Safe Ops summits, town hall meetings, and video wall needs
  • Act as a creative resource for marketing and communications teams
  • Support operations, business development, departments, and office staff regarding creative needs
  • Manage workload of graphics requests within Salesforce
  • Continually seek out ways to enhance and strengthen your professional development and increase your knowledge about the construction industry and proficiency in our department programs and processes
  • Champion Brasfield & Gorrie company culture

Education - Skills - Knowledge - Qualifications & Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design or related field required
  • 2-5 years of prior experience in a fast-paced, design-related role preferred
  • Advanced proficiency of the Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office Suite and familiarity with Salesforce, Open Asset, and Prezi
  • Strong verbal communication skills
  • Excellent time management, organization, and teamwork skills
  • Ability to work under pressure with ability to multitask and meet aggressive deadlines
  • Ability to maintain discretion and confidentiality
  • Displays respect in working with others and ability to create trusting relationships
  • Understanding of the construction industry

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