Production Designer

Baltimore, MD
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Ryan Krivonick

Job Description:

Our client, a Fortune 500 in Baltimore is looking for a qualified, driven Production Artist. This is an opportunity to be part of a great success story, as they continues to impact the business like no other company has. 

• Bachelor’s degree in Arts, Graphic Design, Illustration, Apparel Design 
• Strong working knowledge of the most popular graphic design programs, i.e., Highly proficient in InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, & Keynote 
• Be responsible for creating and maintaining pre-line sales tools and line art booklets for the product design creation team and product developers. 
• Interact cross-functionally with PLM’s and Designers on seasonal line changes/ developments/ updates; and communicate all changes verbally and in illustration form. 
• Create precise, market appropriate, innovative product images, including concept sheets and merchandising pages, under tight deadlines for all product categories. 
• Create tech packs, conceptual layouts for trend and inspiration using current industry software
• 0-2 years of experience 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. 

• Excellent partnership skills. 
• Strong analytical skills with the ability to analyze complex quantitative data. 
• Strong presentation skills. 
• Flexibility to shift focus and priorities. 
• Detail and task oriented 
• Savvy, with good taste, and up on current design trends 
• General knowledge of garment details and construction 
• Interest in learning apparel design 
• Desire to create and build performance apparel 
• Ability to be a part of a team, set challenging standards, develop strong partnerships, and lead others to action. 

• Populating assets into style guides 
• Pulling swipe, inspiration, location ideas, model options, etc. 
• Building shoot decks, pitch decks, etc. 
• Helping with shoot planning 
• Printing, hanging up presentation mocks 
• Adding SKUs to shot lists 
• Pulling Marketing info into decks from briefs 
• Taking down key art into multiple sizes and across multiple media formats (retail, digital, social, etc.)