Position title: Graphic Designer (one-year term)
Location: Regina, Saskatchewan
Closing date: Friday, February 15, 2013
Language requirement: English
Advertising experience required Working with internal client groups, you’ll create original, audience-focused designs in promotional and communication material. With an insightful eye on marketing trends and strategy, you’ll collaborate with project managers, analyze project requirements and recommend visual solutions. Advanced QuarkXPress, InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator skills are required. You have a degree or diploma in graphic design or visual communications and at least five years of related experience (or equivalent).
Note: Developmental opportunities will not be considered.
These competencies describe the required behaviours and expectations for the position:
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AgilityAcknowledges both organizational and personal capacity to change, based on what is and is not possible or probable. Knows when to say no. Changes approach accordingly, even though this may entail considerable effort to meet the organization’s needs.
Customer experienceUndertakes a regular exchange of information with customers and/or co-workers for mutual benefit to build a network of trust. Manages these relationships on an ongoing basis to ensure alignment and efficiency of effort.
InitiativeMakes well-thought-out modifications to systems or processes to improve both their impact and performance.
Learning and innovationDevelops a cross-boundary approach to learning by gaining information from multiple sources and encourages this in others as a strategy for continual improvement. Adapts communication for different audiences.
Solution focusAnalyzes relationships among several parts of a problem or situation. Demonstrates resilience by developing personal tactics and techniques to deal with issues and changes encountered in resolving problems.
Teamwork and partnershipMakes sure the practical needs of the team are met. Uses different leadership styles in response to the needs and goals of the team.
CoachingProvides guidance, support or assistance to others to make a job easier and more effective.
Conceptual thinkingClarifies complex information or situations. Assembles ideas, issues and observations into a clear and useful explanation.
Delivering service and qualityDemonstrates heightened concern for service delivery and quality results. Checks processes for acceptable deviations from established service standards to deliver on commitments.
Effective communicationTalks straight and suspends judgment when conveying relevant, important and/or negative information or opinions. Communicates with emotional maturity and insight, seeing things from different perspectives.
Intellectual curiosityPersonally investigates a situation. Seeks first to understand by questioning those closest to a situation to determine the facts and what may be the underlying source of the problem or issue.
Relationship buildingInitiates work-related contact and seeks out the expertise of others. Shares information as a means to enhance the relationship.