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Assistant Art Director:
House and Home Magazine
Toronto
June 23 2017
House & Home Media is Canada’s leading home design brand offering custom content through print and digital magazines, websites, television shows and consumer events.

We are looking for an Assistant Art Director to support our lively, dynamic team at our downtown Toronto office. Ideal candidates are energetic, entrepreneurial individuals with a strong background in graphic design and magazine packaging. A degree in fine arts and/or graphic design is preferred, but relevant experience and a strong portfolio are also acceptable in lieu of education. Other key areas include the following:

• 2-3 years of industry experience at a magazine or established agency
• Must have strong typography, colour theory and infographic rendering skills
• Proficiency is InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator is a must
• A love for interior design is a must

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Assistant Art Director’s main responsibility is to collaborate with the Design Director and various editors to produce dynamic layouts based on fresh and exciting packaging ideas. This role will also require the individual to partner up with our custom content team to create engaging "advertorials" based on client deliverables. In addition, the Assistant Art Director will be expected to lead various Special Interest Publications under the supervision of the Design Director. Lastly, the Assistant Art Director will be expected to manage the production process including review of colour proofs for image and content quality, ordering and tracking of stock images, ensuring all files are prepped and properly preflighted to our production team.

To apply, please send your CV with a PDF of your work or website link to Jason Kang at jkang@hhmedia.com. Please use “Assistant Art Director position” in the subject line.

We thank all interested applicants, however, only those under consideration will be contacted. No calls please.
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