Senior Interactive Designer

Company Name:
iCIMS - Inhouse
The Sr. Interactive Designer creates unique and effective visual images to communicate iCIMS' brand and messaging. This position is responsible for developing graphical and other multimedia content for use on the iCIMS suite of websites (iCIMS external website, the iCIMS customer care site and the iCIMS employee portal) as well other online media and print outlets. This position works closely with the Web Developers to ensure that all online visual designs function for varying technical and performance specifications.
Serve as a point of contact for all design issues related to iCIMS web sites and marketing materials.
Modify and maintain iCIMS web sites, including the corporate web site and customer care site.
Develop and maintain graphics and Javascript related content/tools for iCIMS web sites.
Design, create and maintain documents, web pages, e-mail templates, brochures, print material and marketing literature for the Sales, Marketing and Customer Services teams.
Troubleshoot technical issues with iCIMS web sites with the assistance of iCIMS' Web Developers.
Bachelor's Degree
3-5 years of related job experience
Experience in graphic design using Photoshop, Flash, Illustrator and other Adobe Creative tools required
Proven knowledge of UI best practices
Experience in web design using HTML, CSS, preferred. Experience with HTML 5, CSS 3, and Javascript is a bonus
Attention to detail and willingness to learn new concepts and best practices
Experience managing and completing projects simultaneously while adhering to project deadlines
Date: 2014-07-18
Country: US
State: NJ
City: Matawan
Postal Code: 07747
Category: Marketing

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