Graphic Designer

Scottsdale, AZ

GRAPHIC DESIGNER 

Position Summary:

A Graphic Designer plays a key role in both the development of Quantum assets along with the creation of branding assets for our clients. This position will have a unique opportunity to spend time on both internal design and client facing requests. Being able to manage two core objectives will be important in the balance of this role.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and execute design requests for Quantum’s marketing efforts
  • Design, create and present new branding and assets for the Financial advisors we serve
  • Following brand standards/guidelines
  • Making changes to various types of existing collateral, including illustrations, charts, infographics, print advertisements, digital media, brochures, presentations and reports that can be translated across various media platforms, including print, digital, sales collateral and multimedia channels.

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • 3-5 years of experience working as a Graphic Designer or in a design related field
  • Fluent in the Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
  • Experience with digital and print design
  • An already developed portfolio of work that can be shared and reviewed by our team
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Critical thinker with strong problem-solving and research proficiencies
  • Ability to gather large amounts of data and convert it into meaningful analysis
  • Solid organizational skills and detail oriented
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet strict deadlines
  • Strong eye for detail and able to follow directions
  • Bonus: Experience working with financial advisors and their branding

All applicants are required to take a PI Survey and are subject to a background check prior to hire. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including health benefits and 401(k). The Quantum Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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