Graphic Designer



Role Responsibilities

The graphic designer position is part of a central team of creative professionals providing expert design services to clients across government. Working with a high degree of independence and in a collaborative manner, the graphic designer acts as a steward of the Government of Alberta brand, applying the visual identity standards to their work while championing best-in-class design and production standards throughout the organization.

The successful candidate will:

  • Provide professional graphic design services and support to cross-government visual communications initiatives
  • Design graphics and produce layouts for a wide variety of communications products, including but not limited to reports, identity systems, signage, promotional material, screen graphics, infographics
  • Help ensure government visual communications materials meet project objectives
  • Provide clients with valuable consultation opportunities, from initial project discussions through to completion
  • Design static graphics and produce layouts for web and print, as required
  • Partner closely with copywriters, other designers, and communication advisors
  • Demonstrated understanding of design fundamentals, including composition and typography
  • A strong working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite – specifically Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign
  • Knowledge of emerging design trends
  • An ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects with varied timelines
  • Knowledge of accessibility considerations and the principles of inclusive design
  • Motion design, illustration and/or video editing skills are considered a bonus but not required
  • A great portfolio and/or demo reel

Organization Government of Alberta
Industry Graphic Designer Jobs
Occupational Category Graphic Designer
Job Location Edmonton,Canada
Shift Type Morning
Job Type Full Time
Gender No Preference
Career Level Intermediate
Experience 2 Years
Posted at 2024-05-20 6:14 am
Expires on 2024-07-04