- Pennington, NJ
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- Gerald Garrison
We're looking for a Graphic / Web Designer for our client in Pennington, NJ.
The Designer position is responsible for the layout and design of communications and education materials/collateral to promote products and services offered by clients to participants of 401(k), equity award, non-qualified and/or other offered. The role ensures that all pieces maintain appropriate branding standards and support a strong presence of multicultural images.
Top Must Have Skill sets Required:
- Solid experience or certification in Adobe Creative Cloud including: InDesign, InCopy, Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat, and Dreamweaver.
- HTML coding for email and web page programming.
- Knowledge of the PC platform and operating system and Office a plus.
Level of Experience Needed:
Four year College degree in Graphic Design or closely related field.
Must have solid knowledge of the Macintosh platform and operating system.
**This is not a temp to perm opportunity**
We’ve worked with this financial client for many years, though not dating back quite so far as when they were originally known as The Bank of Italy! Groundbreaking in 1904, with the founder’s daughter being the first woman to serve on any Board of Directors, and groundbreaking now, with their creating user-centered experiences for its digital platforms - mobile app, responsive web, ATM, Artificial Intelligence and other emerging technologies.
We place candidates in long-term freelance roles with several departments here. Many welcome the opportunity to return again and again, and many are able to move on to agency roles, since the internal creative and digital agencies are run so closely to a traditional agency.
Talk about the best of both worlds! Trade off between corporate and agency throughout your creative career, and add them both to your expanding resume!
Aquenters working here are also well connected, even though the company itself is so big. We buddy you up internally, and make sure we’re not letting too much time lapse between happy hours!