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Communications - Graphic Designer / Production
Assist with the development and implementation of communications related to union campaigns.
• Oversee in-house printing and mailing services
• Serve as a point person for all process materials requests (buttons, flyers, t-shirts, etc.) from field staff and oversee production and shipment of those materials
• Design print materials and other union swag
• Serve as a point person for sourcing materials and work with outside vendors on special projects
• Write leaflets, bulletins, program ads and other print materials.
• Proofread, edit and revise all communications content as necessary
• Understand office correspondence formats and enforce standards for mass mailings
• Ensure that all communication is consistent and reflects the Union’s strategic vision
• Budget and track communications expenditures
• Bachelor’s degree
• Minimum of two years of work experience as a graphic designer and/or production coordinator .
• Experience using Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop
• Proficient in Microsoft Word/Excel
• Must be detail-oriented, resourceful and have a demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Demonstrated commitment to social justice.
How TO APPLY:
Please submit a resume with the job title that you're applying for on the subject line of the e- mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
UNITE HERE represents workers throughout the U.S. and Canada who work in the hotel, gaming, food service, manufacturing, textile, distribution, laundry, and airport industries.
UNITE HERE boasts a diverse membership, comprising workers from many immigrant communities as well as high percentages of African-American, Latino, and Asian-American workers. The majority of UNITE HERE members are women.
Through organizing, UNITE HERE members have made apparel jobs in the South, hotel housekeeping jobs in cities across North America, and hundreds of thousands of other traditionally low-wage jobs into good, family-sustaining, middle class jobs.