Tucker Powersports is a world-class leader in the delivery of powersports aftermarket parts, accessories, and apparel and is seeking to add a Graphic Designer to our Marketing Team.
Concept, design, layout, and production of on-trend, cutting-edge marketing materials including but not limited to: catalogs, advertising, packaging, brochures, logos, posters, PPT presentations, etc.
- Must take ownership of assigned work and complete on time and on trend.
- Build print and/or web-ready files from concept to completion.
- Be open to accepting feedback and guidance from Senior Graphic Designers and others.
- Proof all documents created as well as assist other designers as proofreader upon request.
- Embrace change in an ever-changing workplace. Always strive to do things, faster, better.
- Stay current with design programs and industry trends.
- Other duties as assigned.
This list is not inclusive of the total scope of job functions to be performed. Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted, or modified at any time.
- High school diploma or equivalent
- 1-3 years’ experience in the use of InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop.
- Ability to take direction, advice, and/or constructive criticism from others.
- Excellent listening, written and oral communication skills.
- Experience with multiple marketing disciplines in a high volume, fast paced environment (catalog, print/web advertising, packaging, websites, visual merchandising collateral, etc.)
- Experience with creating PPT documents.
- Direct knowledge/experience in the action sports and/or powersports industry.
- Technical training and/or degree in graphic design
- Works in an office environment
- Organizational Relationships
Reports to Art Director
FLSA Status: Exempt
The physical demands include, but are not limited to: sitting, standing, walking, communicating, seeing, hearing, use of hands, and lifting.
The qualifications listed above are intended to represent the minimum skills and experience levels associated with performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The qualifications should not be viewed as expressing absolute employment or promotional standards, but as general guidelines that should be considered along with other job-related selection or promotional criteria.