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.
We’re happy to report that Mike Walbert has been promoted to vice president of strategic communications. In this role, he will lead client communications and marketing strategy efforts to ensure that agency resources are maximized and campaign capabilities exceed client expectations. Walbert will support these objectives in addition to his current roles of providing account service and overseeing SWBR’s communications department, which offers public relations and social media management services.
Mike joined the SWBR team in 2013 as senior communications specialist, before later being promoted to director of strategic communications. He has more than a dozen years of experience in the communications and journalism industries.
Prior to his time at SWBR, Mike served as a senior communications specialist at TriWest Healthcare Alliance in Phoenix, and as a staff reporter at The Arizona Republic. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism at Penn State.