Senior Designer, VH1

Location: New York, NY Posted: Jul 3

Job Description

The VH1 Brand Creative Team is looking for a Senior Graphic Designer. We want someone who is super creative and tapped into all aspects of pop culture – TV, music, movies, memes, 90s nostalgia, Internet sloths, etc. This position also requires a good collaborator who works well in a team, and someone with a strong visual point of view who isn't afraid to use it. We welcome new ideas and fresh thinking – surprise us, pitch cool stuff, make things we didn't ask for. VH1 is a fun and expressive place to work and we want someone who is both of those things too. We work hard but we play hard too – often at the same time – and we expect you to do the same.

•Conceptualize, develop and execute all print, online and social design created in support of VH1 programming and promotional product (includes advertising for VH1 shows and the visual design, packaging and branding of VH1 franchises)
•Mentor junior designers
•Collaborate with the VH1 Editorial team
•Develop work in line with the overall VH1 channel strategy as well as the strategic imperatives of the specific project.

Basic Qualifications:
•At least 6 years experience in advertising, graphic design industry or editorial design. Experience at a media brand a plus.
•At least 2 years schooling in Graphic Design and Formal training in art direction, typography and logo design
•Knowledge of graphics software such as Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop
•Presentation Skills

Desired Qualifications:
•Experience in advertising and/or editorial design, and past collaboration with writers is a plus
•Knowledge of trends in illustration and photography and the ability to direct a photo shoot with celebrity talent
•Current knowledge of styles and trends in design and pop culture
•Strong presentation skills
•Must be able to work both independently and collaboratively and multitask on more than one project

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