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First Year Programs

Student Coordinator: Design and Print Production

The Design & Print Production Student Coordinator assists with the design, production, and maintenance of print and web media to support FYP programming including Advising & Orientation, Dawg Daze, First-year Interest Groups, and the Commuter and Transfer Commons.

Responsibilities

The Design & Print Production Student Coordinator will:

  • ​Be familiar with UW marketing guidelines
  • Assist in maintenance and updates for websites
  • Develop and support social media outreach to undergraduate students
  • Manage photography needs for all FYP programs
  • Assist with the design, production, translation, and editing of printed program literature
  • Organize and maintain a photo/video library that serves FYP communication needs
  • Assist in filming and video post-production for FYP videos.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Experience creating print-ready documents in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator
  • Experience in designing, editing, and posting on web content
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to work independently   
  • Good communication skills
  • Creative and production-oriented with an eye for visual design and typography
  • Minimal experience with social media and communications
  • Minimal experience with photography 
  • A GPA of no less than 2.5

Desired Qualifications

  • Students with graduation dates of June 2021 or after will receive primary consideration for this position
  • Experience growing social media presence for organizations
  • Background in human/computer interaction, informatics, communications, and/or design

Educational and Career Benefits

The Design & Print Production Student Coordinator will have the opportunity to work with a supportive team of students and staff working on first-year programs while building a robust media portfolio. 

Applications are currently closed.