We’re looking for Graphic Designers to join Field Effect’s marketing team.
Our fast-growing team is on a mission to help small and mid-size enterprises understand the modern cyber security threats targeting their operations and take action to build a stronger security defense.
We’re looking for Graphic Designers of all levels, with creative agency or equivalent in-house experience. Our ideal candidates take just as much pride in pixels and typefaces as designing layouts for web, print or motion. They will be collaborative learners with a passion for turning creative briefs into collateral that advances our brand platform, visual identity, and tone.
Join us and help us tell Field Effect’s story to the world, educate our market, build trust with customers and partners, and create compelling, engaging marketing pieces that support our growth.
What You’ll Do
As a Designer at Field Effect, you will:
- Bring your visual expertise to design strong creative campaigns for web, social media, motion/video and print
- Work with the marketing team, digital product team, the Art Director, Creative Director and your peers to understand project briefs and deliver designs that not only align to our visual identity, but propel it forward
- Design campaign media, digital ads, landing pages, training documents, brochures, logos, annual reports… you may even get your hands dirty on trade show booths and signage.
- Continuously learn and expand your craft by levering the expertise of those around you.
- You have an online portfolio of work that showcases smart, clean visual designs that shape or align to your client’s visual identity.
- You’re proficient in tools like Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, or Sketch.
- You’re a collaborator and learner who absorbs insight from colleagues, and you have an open ear for constructive feedback.
- You can articulate your design decisions and reasoning because they’re based on research, experience, and our brand visual language
- You thrive in a fast-paced environment by learning from others, sticking to timelines, and shifting gears when things change
Seniority of your role will be determined based on your experience level working in an agency or in-house agency as a graphic designer.