Title: GRAPHIC DESIGNER III Salary: $4,367.00 - $5,309.00 Posted: 02/01/2013
Are you creative and artistic? The ePublishing Section is seeking a Graphic Designer III to design and edit web pages, animations, posters, flyers, forms, and publications. This position utilizes various hardware and software applications including Dreamweaver, HTML coding, InDesign, Acrobat, Photoshop, Flash, and Illustrator. If you have experience in designing websites, web pages, and publications, this is the position for you. HTML coding experience and knowledge of accessibility standards for the visually impaired is required. Individual must possess strong interpersonal skills, be accurate and focused on detail; develop innovative solutions and have a desire to succeed. Candidates must complete supplemental questionnaire in order for their application to be considered. Only the most qualified candidates will be contacted for interviews. Qualified SROA/Surplus employees will be given priority. The position is located in a high rise building.
Board of Equalization, ePublishing
Graphic Designer III, Supplemental Questionnaire
1. What sets you apart from other Graphic Designers?
2. When you are unsure of how to complete a job, what do you do to make sure the job is competed accurately and on time?
3. How would you describe your favorite style and how is it reflected in your work?
4. How do you ensure that your skills remain current?
5. Please provide links to a website(s) or a portfolio of work you have done in HTML.
290 - 317 - 2886 - 005
External Affairs Department/ePublishing
Final Filing Date:
External Affairs Department/ePublishing 450 N Street Sacramento, 95814
Anita Stott (916) 322-6353
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