at University of Kansas Hospital in Shawnee Mission, Kansas, United States
COVID-19 and flu vaccines are required for all health system employees..
Position Summary / Career Interest:The graphic designer position will utilize strategy, knowledge and skill across multiple channels, including digital, traditional and non-traditional media, to develop on-brand experiences for our target audiences. Graphic designers will leverage the brand approach to generate ideas, communicate messages and drive action to reach health system goals. As a graphic designer you will have the opportunity to interact with internal and external clients to understand business goals, develop creative assets and present conceptual approaches.
Providing on-brand design solutions that align with strategic approach and drive desired outcomes.
Must be able to develop and present design ideas to internal and external clients.
Execute graphic design across all media types (digital, traditional and non-traditional).
Responsible for on-going professional development.
Helps to build and maintain brand standards, brand resources (graphics, photos) and branded assets (templates).
Responsible for multi-tasking and re-prioritize based on health system needs.
Responsible for designing materials which require critical thinking, communication, interpersonal relationships and technical skills.
Work with clients, vendors, printers
Bring new ideas for design and content creation to the team
Develop design templates for
Coordinate photo shoots
Select campaign photos
Purchase stock images
Types of work
Professional sports partners materials
Tradeshow booth and materials
Advise clients on strategies
Present designs to clients or the art director
Exhibitions and displays
Develop design concepts from creative briefs
Time Type:Full time
Job Requisition ID:R-21687
Need help finding the right job?
We can recommend jobs specifically for you! Create a custom Job Alert by selecting criteria that suit your career interests.
We are an equal employment opportunity employer without regard to a person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, ancestry, age (40 or older), disability, veteran status or genetic information.