Be a part of Aquent Studios’ studio that is redefining design in the government. We’re adding ten Digital Content Specialists to our team within the intelligence community, and want to find creative artists with expertise in design and technology to join us! These digital content specialists will work in a creative media studio within a government security agency. Your job will be to produce engaging high-quality print and digital products.
3+ years of digital production experience, with a solid knowledge of the principles of design.
Expert knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite – Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Acrobat.
Electronic publishing and proficiency with HTML and CSS.
Experience working in an open source or proprietary CMS or DAM.
Painstaking attention to detail.
Our digital content specialist will be responsible for:
Finalizing products, suggesting improvements, and modifying formats to increase the quality of production and ensure that standards are met.
Populating, archiving, and managing graphic files within a CMS or digital asset management system.
Converting traditional products into page layout formats for Web and mobile display.
Consulting with clients, providing helpful design/layout insight as well as establishing expectations and timelines.
We’re looking for folks who have:
An obsession with every detail.
A knack for creative problem solving.
A team mentality, and a sense of humor.
A security clearance! It would be great if you have an active, top secret clearance w/ Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) access approval, but you don’t have to have one. If you don’t have a clearance, we’ll need to get you one, which means your background should be squeaky clean.
Work will be performed on-site in the client’s newly refurbished offices in McLean, Virginia, and again, security clearance will be required for this position! Please apply through our site. If you experience technical difficulties, please contact me Rebecca.
Aquent is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, women, veterans, and disabled individuals.