LOCATIONUniversityof Tennessee, Institute of Agriculture, Marketing & Communications,Knoxville, TN
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salaryis commensurate with training and experience. Benefits include grouphospitalization and life insurance, State Employees Retirement; Workers'Compensation; sick and annual leave; numerous University of Tennessee and statebenefits programs, including liberal time off for holidays and longevity payafter three years of service; reimbursement for official travel.
The University of TennesseeInstitute of Agriculture (UTIA) Marketing and Communications office seeks tohire a creative and highly motivated graphic designer to join its team. Thisposition works closely with other team members and clients to support themission and uphold the brand of UTIA and its units and departments. This personwill design and/or update various branded projects, including printed and electronic materials that willrepresent UTIA visually to constituents within the organization, in the stateof Tennessee, and globally. This position requires the ability to createoriginal designs with a high visual impact and that work within the existingUTIA brand guidelines. Projects range in scope and impact from small-scaleupdates of existing designs to larger-scale items such as magazines, displays, andcampaigns. This person should have a good understanding of how design relates to emerging technologies and social media. This position will also have photography duties.
Internal Number: 197126
About Institute of Agriculture
The Institute’s four major units are the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, the College of Veterinary Medicine, UT AgResearch and UT Extension. The Institute contributes to improving the quality of lives and enhancing the agricultural, economic, environmental and social well-being of Tennessee. Our clientele include students, families, farmers, 4-Hers, agribusiness and the general public.
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