Our Internal Communications Department drives engagement and fuels our culture by providing the right message, at the right time in the right way. They have their finger on the pulse of our business and distill what’s truly meaningful for our people to know.
As the Internal Communications Graphic Designer, you will be part of the team responsible for creating and amplifying our internal messages. You will use your eye for beautiful, innovative design to develop and create the visual representations of our internal brand. Your work will span many areas of communications at Aritzia including employment brand, internal marketing and investor relations with a diversity of mediums from print and digital elements, to invitation collateral and presentation decks for live events.
Success in this role will provide the opportunity to deepen your work into more areas of Communications and expand in to client-facing work.
As the Communications Graphic Designer, you will:
- Craft layouts, colour palettes and themes for print and digital mediums
- Curate visual depictions from drawings or photography to be used as graphical representation for our internal brand
- Select and determine the most effective way to leverage and design type for clarity and impact
- Support the Creative Services team to establish the creative vision and strategy for a season and campaign
The Internal Communications Graphic Designer has:
- Minimum Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree preferred
- Proven experience in graphic and communication design
- Demonstrated ability to work with a broad range of content and mediums
- The passion to build, develop and grow!
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Aritzia is an Equal Opportunity employer. Aritzia believes in providing an inclusive workplace where all individuals have opportunity to succeed.
We are committed to doing so by providing accessible employment practices. Requests for accommodation due to a disability can be made at any stage of the recruitment process and applicants are asked to make their accommodation needs known.