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Graphic Designer

Red Line Editorial creates high-quality content for the educational market in a variety of media. We are seeking a full-time Graphic Designer to join our staff of print and online publishing professionals.

Duties will include:
–Creation of new designs for book covers and interiors
–Book production using established templates and styles
–Book layout using Adobe InDesign, including text formatting and image placement
–Inputting changes in to InDesign files from marked-up printouts
–Manipulating and color-correcting images and graphics using Photoshop and Illustrator
–Creating charts, maps, or other graphical elements as assigned
–Collaborating with other members of our design and production team on templates and page turns

The ideal candidate has the following qualifications:
–A two-year or four-year degree in graphic design or like field
–One year of experience working on page production projects, particularly multiple-page publications
–A keen eye for design, and ability to produce original and innovative creative work
–Ability to uphold brand standards for multiple clients, and ensure consistency across a variety of projects
–Ability to communicate professionally and effectively with different departments, vendors, and clients
–A tremendous attention to every last detail, including the ability to adhere to style and layout guidelines within a template, and maintain consistency across multiple files.
–Talent to handle a wide variety of tasks without sacrificing quality
–Ability to meet deadlines
–Proficiency with Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop
–Knowledge and experience with CMYK printing process
–Knowledge and experience with color correction/photo aesthetics
–Familiarity with basic edit/proofreader marks
–Strong organizational skills

This job is a full-time, salaried position with benefits, on-site in our Burnsville office. If you are interested, please send a cover letter, resume, and design samples to No phone calls, please.

Compensation: mid- to upper-30s, DOQ

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