The mission of the Graphic Design Sub-Department is to create unique, cohesive, and aspirational graphic design.
As a member of the Graphic Design Sub-Department, you will be part of the team responsible for translating ideas and concepts into aspirational and brand propelling content for Aritzia and our exclusive brands. As the Senior Graphic Designer, Corporate you will develop and execute creative content across all corporate channels (e.g., WeAreAritzia (internal site), internal emails and merchandise, corporate events, etc.). And, with the skills you gain in this role, the opportunities are endless from a rewarding career in Graphic Design to continued growth and development with Aritzia.
As the Sr. Graphic Designer, Corporate, you will:
- Design unique and memorable logos for corporate events and initiatives that visually communicate the brand identity.
- Design printed materials, such as signage or collateral, for corporate events and initiatives that communicate relevant information internally and externally.
The Sr. Graphic Designer, Corporate, has:
- Understands, applies, and champions Aritzia's business leadership principles (HWW) and people leadership principles (HWL) consistently.
- Possesses the necessary knowledge, skills, and/or education experience to be successful in the specific job function. (Skills, Education, Certifications)
- Understands Aritzia's competitive set, possesses a knowledge of your function's industry best practices and landscape, and maintains an industry network, so as to leverage this knowledge to develop business solutions for Aritzia within a fashion retail context
- Applies one's own style, taste and talent to understand and adopt design, fashion, trends and aesthetic fundamentals in innovative ways to propel Aritzia's brand.
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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 .