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Because our business is always changing, job openings do occur from time-to-time. We hire designers and programmers who know the web and also have a good understanding of print design. You need to be able to design optimized web pages that successfully integrate design and code. As a result, if you only have print skills, this is probably not the right place to be. Here’s a more detailed description of the type of job openings we have:
Entry Level Graphic Designer
We’re a Chicago graphic design firm (River West) looking for an “all-around player” with great design skills and an understanding of the basics of web programming. We use WordPress/PHP/HTML/CSS/mySQl (and more) for site development. Our company also provides marketing services and support to our clients ranging from specialized micro-sites and e-Mail blasts to logo design, print advertising and trade show booth design.
This has always been a great place to learn while working, so if you either don’t know how to program or have no desire to learn, this is probably not the job for you. We are looking to fill a full time position, yet if you’d like to try it out as an internship, that would be fine. Candidate Requirements:
Adobe Creative Suite / Web Programming Basics / Responsive Design
To submit your resume and work samples for consideration, please use the form below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, we can’t answer all the inquiries we receive, so this is how we will handle your submission, :
We review all the resumes and samples we receive. Most of all, you should have knowledge and skills in both print design and web design.
You probably won’t receive a response from us unless there’s an opening, and the response is for an interview. Prior to meeting, initial interviews are done by phone or via e-mail.
THREE: Please Respect Our Time
Please don’t attach large files to your resume or send it multiple times to multiple addresses within the company. Rather, samples of your work should reside on the web. Send us the link.
No Phone Calls Please
Phone requests are impossible for us to handle, so please control your urge to follow up by phone. When we’re looking for new talent, we respond quickly.
Snail Mail is good
Snail mail is fine. Review and response is handled the same for mailed resumes. Under no circumstances will unsolicited materials be returned or be available for pick-up, so don’t send original materials.
Thank you for your interest and for following our simple guidelines.