Graphic Designer

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New York City Community Services
 Virtual
Posted: March 28 2015
Company Location: Brooklyn, NY
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

We are looking for a graphic designer who can help design our organization brand. This individual will redesign our website, our organization logos, produce social media images, as well as help design and create our marketing materials. This is a great opportunity for anyone who enjoys new challenges and would like to develop your personal and professional skills. This can be a part-time or full time position, and option to work remotely.

New York City Community Services (NYCCS) is a promising 501(c)(3) nonprofit, on the path to making great changes within the local communities of NYC. In the past year NYCCS’s first program, Clinton Institute, has provided vocational training and job placement services to over 4,000 members of the local community. Inspired by Clinton Institute’s success, NYCCS is dedicating itself to creating more programs that cater to the needs of the community. If interested please email Hanan at Hanan@nyccs.org or apply through internships.com

Responsibilities

- Redesign website and organization logo
- Help bring creative marketing ideas to life
- Collaborate with the marketing team in order to support specific campaigns and end user engagement

Requirements

- Understand design principles
- Knowledge of HTML & CSS
- Experience with Designing websites
- Knowledge of CC Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, and InDesign

Skills

Required - Graphic Designer
Preferred - Design logos, Logo Creation

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