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Graphic Designer/Artist

The Opportunity

Gilimbaa is a full-service creative agency specialising in strategic and connected communication. We are driven by the power and process of storytelling and the role this plays in the education and celebration of culture and community.

Our business is built on the fundamental understanding that innovation comes from collaboration. Gilimbaa’s great joy is forming strong partnerships and working hand in with community to achieve lasting creative impacts.

Our team has been formed to bring cultural, design and management expertise into the creative process.

Moving into our tenth year and with an expanding client base, Gilimbaa is looking for a skilled, experienced Graphic Designer/Artist to join the team, make their mark and be part of our next chapter.

Working closely with our Art Director, our team and our clients, the Graphic Designer/Artist will play a role in delivering some of our most innovative and creative campaigns.

The Role

The key areas of responsibility for the Graphic Designer/Artist include, but are not limited to:

  • Developing creative designs with culturally unique concepts that align to project briefs;
  • Preparing layouts and mock-ups of designs using illustration, text, photography, colour and computer-generated imagery, either by hand or using computer software;
  • Working closely with the Art Director to ensure that all project goals are met;
  • Presenting creative designs for client approval and feedback; and
  • Preparing designs for digital or print publication.

Qualifications, Experience, Skills and Attributes

To be the perfect fit for the role you will have:

  • Minimum three to four years industry experience;
  • A relevant tertiary degree or qualification;
  • The ability to design for both digital and print environments;
  • An understanding of industry theory, typography, colour theory, and design principles
  • Well-developed expertise in all Adobe software programs and advanced computer skills;
  • Excellent verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills;
  • A strong ability to prioritise, work under pressure and manage deadlines;
  • The ability to undertake all design production stages;
  • The ability to translate rough concepts and ideas into viable designs;
  • A passion for and a strong understanding of the arts/entertainment industry; and
  • A preparedness to work extra hours to meet deadlines if required.

Indigenous creative design experience is highly advantageous.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.