The Graphic Designer will be responsible for developing professional Intelligence Community and Law Enforcement reporting material and tell a succinct, compelling story through the use graphic images and art.
In this role, you will utilize current graphic design technology and software applications to produce graphics and illustrations for use in technical publications, marketing materials, websites, and other visual communications media.
In this exciting opportunity you will analyze information and turn it into a visual story; specifically, visually conceptualize the solutions to the specific problems of a case, collaborate with litigation consultants, attorneys and expert witnesses to turn complex facts and data into a clear, coherent, memorable and visually compelling story.
The Graphic Designer will need to perform in a mission-driven environment and be capable and comfortable working in an open, bull-pen environment. Many of the Graphic Designers work assignments will be communicated orally by CND Leadership, team members, and the Graphic Designer will have to manage simultaneous tasking.
In this role, you will communicate effectively with internal and external associates as well as outside suppliers, globally. The selected candidate will organize, prioritize and manage multiple graphics projects.
In this role, the selected candidate will work with marketing team to promote and maintain product branding, standards/style guides, initiatives and goals of communication through all creative operations and ensure adherence to those standards by both internal and external business partners for consistent execution across all markets.
The Graphic Designer is responsible for the design and execution of materials that promote the Management Concepts brand. Assignments include a broad spectrum of multimedia, digital, and print projects that position Management Concepts as a marketplace leader to current and prospective customers. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated proficiency in both print and digital design.
In this role, you will be responsible for
developing professional Intelligence Community and Law Enforcement reporting material and tell a succinct, compelling story through the use graphic images and art.
The Web Graphics designer shall prepare layouts, mock-up designs and graphics for the client website and other web applications as needed; shall be able to guide the customer with current website design and development trends, and prepare design and graphics alternatives following the clients website design principles.
In this role, you will develop or acquires the images used in a variety of creative projects, including advertisements, brochures, catalogs, direct mail, corporate identity , packaging, presentations, websites, promotional display and signage.
In this role, the selected candidate will provide graphics / technical illustrator supports for Navy training and educational programs in support of CSCS and Aegis Training and Readiness Center in Dahlgren Virginia.
In this role, the selected candidate will provide leadership on the corporate brand and respond to and fulfill brand-related inquiries for stationery, advertisements, invitations, signage, maps, images, infographics and other company information.
Work with art staff to select artwork and photos for online and magazines (commission illustration and photography, color correction, find stock art, create custom illustration using royalty-free art, etc.)