Jessica Scillia joins SWBR as 2017 fall creative intern
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Do you possess an eye for design?
We are looking for an agency experienced Art Director to translate marketing and branding strategies into innovative and impressive campaigns that stimulate targeted audiences. B-to-b experience a plus.
Applicants should have hands on experience in a fast paced, team environment with brand development, typography, color, web design and best practices, print production, and photography/video direction. Must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite and familiar with wire-framing tools like Sketch and InVision. If you have the relevant education with an awareness of digital media and evolving platforms, you are the right candidate for the job.
We offer competitive salaries, 401(k), profit sharing, comprehensive health benefits and, most importantly, some really great co-workers.
Please upload your resume along with salary history and your portfolio and/or website link.
Over the last decade, SWBR has utilized creative interns from Kutztown University’s Communication Design (KUCD) program. We’ve had incredibly skilled KUCD students intern with us, proving the strength of the design program.
In fact, we probably wouldn’t have Art Director (and KUCD grad) Tony Susi if it weren’t for our Kutztown relationship. Check out Tony’s work on our Arrow website project, which won a 2017 Lehigh Valley AAF Addy Award for Best Online/Interactive Consumer Website.
The KUCD relationship is definitely a win-win. We’re happy to work with new, creative talent and the students get the valuable experience of a genuine work environment.
Kutztown invited us to attend the 2017 KUCD Senior Portfolio Review in May to see what recent grads had up their creative sleeves.
Hard work and passion were present in each portfolio as these creative newbies displayed advertising, design and interactive work. It was exciting to hear the students present their work and discuss the approach taken to the projects. We’re already looking forward to next year’s portfolio review.
Until then, we’ll happily continue to help the talented KUCD students prep for their chosen career path.