Sycamore Street Press is Now Hiring
We're growing and we need some help keeping up! Please pass this info along to anyone you think would be qualified and interested. Thanks! - Eva & Kirk Graphic Designer, Part-Time
Sycamore Street Press is a busy, nationally recognized and respected letterpress and paper goods company; located in Heber City, UT. SSP is a small business quickly expanding and we are looking for a graphic designer to help us meet our demands.
Candidate should be organized, reliable, friendly, with high attention to detail. Candidate may be a recent graduate or college senior. Looking for a candidate who can work on site 1-2 days a week (M-F), and roughly 8-16 hours a week. Paid hourly BOE. Start Date: January 7, 2013.
Include but are not limited to:
+ Preparing design files to go to press
+ Ordering printing plates
+ Onsite press checks (in SLC or Provo)
+ Organizing design files (old and new)
+ Using existing branding to design collateral such as catalogs, line sheets, flyers, graphics for the web, website updates, etc.
+ Blog post layout and design
+ Eventually: Custom Order Project Manager which would include: laying out type for wedding invitations and other custom orders, communicating with customers, getting files press ready, ordering plates, etc.
+ Proficient knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite; especially: Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign.
+ Very strong design skills
+ Interest in paper goods, including letterpress
+ Interest in creative online businesses and blogs
+ Ability to meet deadlines
+ Ability to take the initiative
+ Ability to work well with a team
+ Strong customer service skills
+ Ability to work at our studio in Heber City, UT
+ Ability to drive to press checks in Provo and Salt Lake City
+ Commit, after a trial period, to at least one year*
To be considered please email: email@example.com with ‘GRAPHIC DESIGNER’ in subject line. Please attach your resume and portfolio.
*Note: There will be a 30 day period in which SSP or new graphic designer will have the right to terminate the contract at anytime and for any reason, including if employee or employer determines the fit to be incorrect.
Photo by Candice Stringham