1) Collaborate with members of the BFI communications and events team to understand project requirements and concepts
2) Use various techniques and templates from the BFI design system to produce print and digital materials
3) Incorporate feedback to improve work and revise to approval
4) Produce final design materials for print (brochures, research summaries, event materials) and web (web pages and graphics, social media graphics, email newsletter materials)
5) Take on special video and audio projects to support BFIâ™s growing multimedia efforts (recording/editing video for events, recording audio for podcasts)
1) Deep understanding of visual elements (color, type, image, illustration)
2) Good understanding of sticking within an established design system (i.e., BFI/University of Chicago brand), while also offering up new, creative ideas for outreach materials
3) The motivation to maintain and improve design standards
4) Fluency with Adobe InDesign and graphics editing tools (Photoshop, Illustrator)
5) Experience with basic video editing and video production a big plus
6) Familiarity with WordPress and website management
7) Experience with newsletter content and design development
8) Excellent teamwork and communication skills; ability to take direction from design and non-design leaders within the organization
9) A keen eye for detail and ability to effectively proof work
10) Strong organizational, time management, and multitasking abilities
1) BS/BA in Design, Multimedia, or a related field.
1) 1-2 years of experience.
1) Resume/CV 2) Cover Letter (list earliest possible start date)
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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