Job Listing: Graphic Designer

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VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART - VIRGINIA BEACH, VA

Position open until filled

 

SUMMARY: The graphic designer at Virginia MOCA is a member of the marketing team. The designer is
responsible for creating graphics and layouts for digital and print media that are consistent with the image and
brand of the museum. This position works collaboratively with all departments. Projects include digital and print
advertisements, exhibition identities and didactics, printed collateral for all departments, social media graphics,
and fundraising materials.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Understanding project briefs and requirements
• Communicating design ideas and concepts
• Execute final designs with great attention to detail
• Editing and proofing designs
• Incorporating requested edits into designs
• Handling print orders and communications
• Assist with in-house production and printing
• File organization on public drive
• Maintaining marketing projects schedule
• Understanding of the Virginia MOCA brand


REQUIRED SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES:
• Ability to multi-task
• Flexible
• Team-oriented
• Adhere to deadlines
• Writing and editing
• Strong verbal and written communication
• Typesetting
• Photo editing
• Knowledge of printing processes and paper selection


REQUIRED SOFTWARE: Adobe Creative Cloud: InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop


CONTACT: Submit a cover letter and résumé to Ms. Gary Ryan, Executive Director, Gary@VirginiaMOCA.org

SALARY: $20-$25 per hour


ORGANIZATION:
MOCA is a nonprofit institution founded in 1952 to foster awareness, exploration, and understanding of the significant art
of our time. Regularly changing exhibitions feature painting, sculpture, photography, glass, video, and other visual media
from internationally acclaimed artists as well as artists of national and regional renown. By balancing its four primary
activities—gallery exhibitions, studio art classes, educational outreach programs, and outdoor art shows— MOCA seeks to
involve a diverse regional public in the rich and active language of contemporary visual art.