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Company: Omaha World-Herald
Position:
Creative Director/Designer
Location:
Nebraska
Job Status:  Full-time
Ad Expires: 
April 11, 2013
Job ID: 1480251

Description:

Passionate about designing magazines? We are looking for a visual journalist with a strong features design portfolio to join our magazine publishing team at the Omaha World-Herald. The ideal candidate will serve as our Creative Director and collaborate with our team to develop home, bridal, family, travel, fashion and other lifestyles content for print and digital products. We prefer at least two years' experience in magazine design, photo styling and photography direction; must be proficient in Adobe CS6 (InDesign, Illustrator and PhotoShop).  You should live in the details but be able to see the big picture, have solid copy writing and editing skills, and be comfortable managing freelancers. We want a fast learner who can work effectively on tight production deadlines while juggling multiple jobs, and easily navigate social media platforms. Flexible day shifts filled with conceptualizing, storyboarding, assigning, and layout work for single and multi-page projects. This position reports to the Editorial Manager for niche publications. The Omaha World-Herald in Omaha, Nebraska, is part of BH Media Group, a Berkshire Hathaway company. Omaha is one of the nation's most surprising cities. Progressive, beautiful, friendly, affordable, culturally rich. Creatives and entrepreneurs thrive here. Send resume and examples of your enviable talent for visual story-telling (links to online portfolios, pdf's) to Chris Christen, chris.christen@owh.com. Put Creative Director/Designer in the subject field. 

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