Arts/Publications Production Specialist
Create cutting edge designs that draw the attention of thousands across the country with a team that strives to improve the health and well-being of those around them. You’ll create multi-layered print and digital campaigns that support the mission of our top-rated academic health center, UF Health. Using your design skills, you’ll interpret dramatic, behind-the-scenes stories that build awareness, engagement and support from our various audiences. You’ll have the opportunity to create connections through design for our external marketing, public relations and fundraising campaigns. Your ability to think strategically, conceptually and skillfully as well as execute on schedule will be highly valued on our team.
Enjoy people? You’ll be part of a friendly and supportive creative team with a passion for collaboration and working toward the Gator Good. You’ll engage in brainstorming and brand-building strategy sessions. Excellent organization, presentation and planning skills desired. Come join our team and make a difference!
The Arts/Publication Production Specialist will work with creative director/senior designer to create the layout and design of a variety of media, focusing on publications and infographics, newsletters, brochures, proposals, invitations, advertisements, fliers, direct mail, postcards, marketing collateral, and web content to support the missions of UF Health, with specific emphasis on fundraising and alumni relations.
This role will work on a team that provides print layout and graphic design, creative consultation, video and audio production, voiceovers, multimedia design (such as 3D animation), digital publishing and photography. We also enforce our brand and logo standards to ensure that our products share the same professional look and feel.
• Collaborates with department to understand project assignment, audience, and intended message
• Creates original visual media that communicates the messaging the department wants to portray
• Produces sample layout for approval by the department or other project participants for review
• Works with commercial printers and other vendors to ensure production quality
• Manages and maintains graphic files, including photos, vector art, and logos
• Tracks, communicates, and evaluates progress of projects and associated metrics throughout process
• Revises projects as necessary based on collaborative feedback process
• Prepares print files and assembly instructions on notification of final approval
• Keeps up to date on new technologies and trends in graphic design.
• Performs other related duties as assigned
UF Health College of Medicine Communications Team
The UF Health College of Medicine communications team oversees the communications needs of the College of Medicine, including the Dean’s Office, the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs and UF Health Shands Development. We produce Florida Physician, the Dr. Gator newsletter and the Dr. Gator online news page, as well as manage several administrative websites for the college. We provide and execute college-wide strategic communications planning that includes fundraising initiatives, annual student milestone events, major announcements, online communications and social media efforts, media coverage, and direct communications support to the College of Medicine dean.
Questions related to the application process and/or referrals may be directed to Mercedes Swan, Talent Consultant, email@example.com.
If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for this position, please call 352/392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at 800/955-8771 (TDD). Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the US.
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