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Graphic Designer - Temporary

Detroit, Michigan, United States

Jack Morton is looking for a Graphic Designer to assist our team in Detroit on a Temporary/Project basis.  Our Graphic Designers operate in an exciting, high volume environment to execute the design process from idea development through project completion by producing deliverables.


What we will expect from you:

Quick and thorough design skills in multiple media – using various executional platforms including presentations, print and signage – with special emphasis on the more technical mediums of video and digital design


Ensure consistency of brand across all touch points, these may include print, exhibition graphics, branding, presentation materials and ideas visualization. 


Able to work with partners to ensure design integrity, color accuracy and image quality are met in all formats


Stay abreast of technical, cultural and business trends that could positively influence and focus the work we deliver to support our client’s business strategies


Able to create graphics development and design for multiple programs simultaneously


How you should be wired:

You say “yes” more than “no”


You demonstrate a strong ability to manage multiple assignments at one time, frequently with fast turnover


You are highly organized, with a keen eye for detail


You understand the reality of deadlines and are able to (somehow) always meet them


What we require:

3-5 years design experience


Preferred Degree or Diploma in Graphic Design/Art and Design or related field of study


Strong conceptual skills relating to brand marketing and graphic design in multiple media


Excellent creative and artistic presentation skills


Knowledge and experience with relevant software platforms, such as CS6 (Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator) PowerPoint and Keynote


Must possess excellent time management skills and have a sense of urgency; proven ability to work on multiple projects at any given time


Demonstrated creative competencies: client focus, accountability for results, organizational sophistication, ingenuity and communicating ideas


Jack Morton and Genuine are equal opportunity employers; we strongly value diversity at our companies. We do not discriminate on race, religion, color, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, marital status, veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by law. In 2020, Jack Morton and Genuine, as part of Interpublic Group (IPG), have been named to the Bloomberg Gender Equality Index (GEI), and Jack Morton has once again been designated a Best Place To Work For LGBTQ Workplace Equality by the Human Rights Campaign in their Corporate Equality Index.

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