The Production Artist, reporting to the Art Director, is a highly creative and skilled member of the fast-paced Creative Services Department, in support of the LA Phil’s 250+ yearly concerts and institutional initiatives. This position is part-time and must be available to work on-site approximately 28 hours per week.
Production and design of original and existing marketing assets across all delivery platforms, digital and print, including but not limited to web banners, flyers, and in-venue digital screens
Under supervision of the Art Director and Creative Services team members, you will design and prepare assets for final delivery
Support the design staff with their project needs. Duties include resizing of assets and imagery, color correction, and layout
Maintain LA Phil brand across multiple platforms
This role requires high level of technical skills, self-motivation and problem solving
Archiving of assets for Creative Services
Other duties as required
Design degree and/or two years of integrated graphic design experience, and knowledge of both print and digital processes
Expert InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and retouching skills required
Excellent production skills, including long-form text setting, and knowledge of styles and shortcuts
A portfolio that demonstrates a modern design aesthetic and excellent use of typography
Good organizational and time management skills needed to manage multiple projects simultaneously
Excellent communication skills
Flexible attitude and the ability to remain calm under pressure in fast-paced, rigorous environment
Passion for music. Familiarity with Classical music a plus.
About Los Angeles Philharmonic
Founded in 1919, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association's mission is to perform, present, and promote music in its varied forms at the highest level of excellence to a diverse and large audience, both at the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Hollywood Bowl. The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association is dedicated to continuing its pre-eminent status in the music world of the 21st century.