Graphic Designer (3-8 years)

Company Name:
Zoominfo
Graphic Design - Adobe Creative Suite - Branding - Marketing Collateral - Flat-Modern Design Style - Strong Portfolio
Are you a Graphic Designer who is passionate about branding? Do you have a flat-modern design style? If the answer is yes, ZoomInfo is looking for you to join our marketing team. The graphic designer will be charged with shaping the ZoomInfo's marketing collateral and helping us with our building-the-brand initiative.
You will be responsible for all graphic applications such as eBooks, email campaigns, webinars, presentations, newsletter, blog, social media posts, white papers, web pages, landing pages, corporate advertising, banner ads, infographics and videos, from concept to completion.
We are looking for genuine curiosity, digital innovation, someone who is always thinking of fresh and willing to discover and try new techniques.
Responsibilities:
Develop design solutions that will drive results for the company
Measure results and using success metrics to constantly improve your designs
Design eBooks, whitepapers and Research documents
Produce creative designs and visuals for the website
Create design solutions for infographics, videos, and landing pages for marketing campaigns
Create designs to support advertisements for trade shows and online ads
Support marketing team with creative content, as assigned
Develop presentations to be presented by executives and via channels like SlideShare
Stay informed on digital marketing trends
Strong writing skills a plus
Requirements:
Strong command of Adobe suite, including Flash, Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator
You understand how designs translate into HTML/CSS
Understanding of digital marketing and advertising, a must
Strong portfolio featuring examples of clean design style
Strong work ethic and ability to work on several projects/brands simultaneously
Strong communication and interpersonal skills
BA/BS degree in design, marketing or a related field
3-9 years of experience in design or related marketing role

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