Requisition # 2018-9133 Department Lewis Center for the Arts Category Communications and Public Relations Full-Time / Part-Time Temporary Application Deadline 9/9/2018
The Part-time Communications Assistant-Graphic Design and Poster Distribution will join the team of the Lewis Center for the Arts' Office of Communications during the academic year (August 2018-May 2019) to provide promotional support for the courses and events presented by the Center's Programs in Creative Writing, Dance, Music Theater, Theater, Visual Arts, including Film and Video, and the Princeton Atelier.
The Communications Assistant is responsible for: 1) assisting with design of posters, flyers, print ads, playbills and programs, and other collateral material, and 2) assisting with managing and expanding the Lewis Center's visibility on campus and in downtown Princeton through the timely distribution of posters and flyers.
This is an exciting entry-level opportunity for a highly motivated, detail-oriented, flexible individual in a fast-paced, high volume environment requiring planning, prioritizing, and a positive attitude. Work schedule both offers and requires flexibility. Maximum 20 hours per week, ideally spread over 4 days.
Applicants must attach or submit links to 3 recent samples of their graphic design work. Please specify what contributions you have made for each piece (graphic design, writing, and/or photography, etc.).
Assist in designing and/or adapting posters, flyers, digital and print ads, playbills and programs and other collateral material under direction of the Lewis Center's Graphic Designer meeting set deadlines
Post flyers, posters, and other materials throughout the University campus and in locations in downtown Princeton in buildings, on bulletin boards, and at outdoor locations/kiosks based on a list of approved posting locations and in a timely manner under direction of the Lewis Center's Communications Associate
Occasionally deliver and retrieve printed materials, large format posters and banners to/from a variety of campus/town locations
Interact with staff across the Lewis Center and University
Coordinate and delegate tasks to student workers as needed
Maintain a flexible work schedule and respond as needed in shifts between priorities in design and in distribution (on average these two responsibilities are each 10 hours/week)
Other tasks as required
Associates degree in graphic design or visual arts
A minimum of one year of graphic design experience (or equivalent)
Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Strong attention to detail and proofing
Good interpersonal skills and ability to collaborate as part of a team and with faculty, students and staff
Excellent time-management skills and ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines
Ability to travel on foot and carry materials/supplies around campus and in town
Working knowledge of the Princeton campus and the town of Princeton
Ability to learn/use project management software/systems
Interest in the performing, literary, and/or visual arts
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