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San Diego, Orange and Imperial Counties

Graphic Designer/Engraver

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Bocks Awards Inc


Posted On: 9/26/2012




Description

56 Year Old Company in Kearny Mesa seeks the following:

-graphic designer for award layouts
-engraver for production of award components

20-25 hours per week/per diem to start, creation of 2-D vector artwork layouts, operation of laser and rotary engraving machines, some sandblasting, and preparation of materials

*WILL TRAIN THE RIGHT PERSON*

Qualifications

-Graphic design experience required.  Our machines use Corel Draw
-Experience with Computerized Machinery and/or production software preferred.

Also Required:
-Proficiency in Corel Draw
-Ability to cut materials to precise measurements
-Meet deadlines
-Self-Motivated/Responsible for own production schedule and prioritizing workload
-Ability to create 2-D black and white vector art layouts: conveying balance, depth and movement 
-Clean appearance and hygiene (please leave your body odors at home!)
-Use of Common Sense
-Out-of-the-box thinking for problem solving and applying layouts to products

Preferred:
-Lift 40 lbs. +
-Basic knowledge of hand tools, shears, and drills
-Experience with production software
-Experience with computerized machinery
-Experience operating laser machines

Compensation

Pay is commensurate on experience, efficiency, skills, etc.


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Contact Information

Lauren Bock Email: bocksawards@gmail.com please send resume and a bit about YOU to email provided!
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