Posted in Other 4 days ago.
Location: Brattleboro, Vermont
Marketing & Communications (Marcom)
Graphic Designer –Reports to Senior Graphic Design Manager, Alyssa Valerio
Location: World Learning & SIT– Brattleboro, Vermont
Anticipated Start Date: Immediately
Salary: Vermont-area salary is $50-55k based on geographic location and experience.
The Graphic Designer is a critical position that helps drive the design of World Learning and School for International Training (SIT) marketing materials—including catalogs, brochures, direct mail pieces, merchandise, digital ads, infographics, and other print and digital marketing materials. The graphic designer provides in-house design and production for a range of materials for World Learning and SIT. They will be comfortable pitching design concepts and willing to draw on current industry trends. The graphic designer will have experience in amplifying a brand identity through visual means while maintaining brand guideline standards. The graphic designer should have a passion for design staples such as typography and color distribution. This position requires a professional with strong attention to detail, a strong process orientation, and a commitment to collaborating with our internal departments. The role will require strong interpersonal skills and a solid work ethic.
Vaccination is required for all employees in our U.S. offices except for those receiving medical or religious exemptions. If boosters are subsequently recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) then employees and faculty will be required to receive the booster within thirty (30) days of their eligibility.
THE WORLD LEARNING INC. FAMILY
For more than 90 years, World Learning Inc. is a thriving global organization made up of The Experiment in International Living, the nation’s most experienced provider of international education through exchanges for high school students; School for International Training, offering accredited undergraduate study abroad programs through SIT Study Abroad and internationally focused master’s degrees through SIT Graduate Institute; and World Learning, a global development and exchange nonprofit organization.
World Learning | worldlearning.org
World Learning has worked to create a more sustainable, peaceful, and just world. World Learning’s education, development, and exchange programs help people find their voices, connect with their communities, strengthen the institutions that form the backbone of a democratic society, and build relationships across cultures. With World Learning’s support, these emerging leaders tackle critical global issues like poverty, conflict, and inequality.
The Experiment in International Living | experiment.org
The Experiment in International Living is the nation’s most experienced provider of international education through exchanges for high school students. For more than 90 years, The Experiment has empowered young people to step off the beaten path, experience the world as a classroom, immerse themselves fully in another culture, and build the knowledge and skills needed to confront critical global issues.
SIT | sit.edu
School for International Training (SIT) was founded in the early 1960s as a training center for the first Peace Corps volunteers. For nearly 60 years, SIT has prepared students to be effective changemakers and global citizens through experiential education focused on the world's most critical global issues. SIT Study Abroad offers accredited summer and semester undergraduate programs in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East, as well as comparative programs on multiple continents. SIT Graduate Institute offers global and hybrid certificates, master's, and doctoral degrees.
An organizational commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and access.
We are a globally diverse community of staff, faculty, board members, alumni, students, and participants who believe that inclusive and equitable practices are at the heart of a peaceful and just world. Each of us strives to honor diverse voices and lived experiences, examine our own biases and privileges, actively work to address inequities in our structures, and foster a community of open dialogue. We are committed to acting with accountability, transparency, reciprocity, authenticity, and empathy.
World Learning is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action/veterans/ADA employer, committed to increasing the diversity of its workforce.