Available careers in the Spokane Area


The Assistant Director of Marketing is responsible for cultivating relationships with campus partners and leading, managing, planning, and delivering marketing support on behalf of the Gonzaga Marketing and Communications (MarCom) department. The Assistant Director of Marketing works to support the strategic priorities of campus partners in alignment with MarCom’s three key focus areas: Enrollment, Fundraising/Advancement, and Brand. The Assistant Director works directly with MarCom teams including graphic design, website, storytelling/content/social media, visual media (photographer and videographer), as well as outside vendors to develop integrated marketing campaigns, coordinate project teams, create project plans, execute on those plans, and, when needed, develop and edit content for web, social media, print, and video projects. This position supervises the Graphic Designers as well as various student positions. This position reports to the Senior Director of Marketing.​

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This is a part-time, temporary and mostly remote graphic design opportunity. We are looking for a graphic designer interested in working on a new edition of the Spokane Valley-Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer Atlas. We prefer some local with a passion for the environment. Primary minimum qualifications are five (5) years InDesign experience and 2-year Associate’s degree or greater.

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Due to internal movement within our department, we have an opening for one of our highly-sought graphic design positions. If you love illustrating, want to work with a highly unique brand and award-winning marketing department, check out the link for more info!

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Marketing – Digital & Print

  • Assists in the creation of high-quality, brand-aligned content for emails, digital and print advertisements, and collateral using the Adobe Creative Suite. 
  • Generates new communication concepts to present and discuss with project leaders. 
  • Ensures optimized placement of content throughout digital media channels. 
  • Coordinates the design and production of emails and newsletters using iModules, Slate and other university designated software. 
  • Specifies paper stock, weight, print treatments to meet desired objective for print projects. 
  • Verify color proofs from the print vendors for accuracy and color correctness. 
  • Works with student groups to properly promote on and off campus student events.

Social Media Management

  • Plans and implements written, image and video content to distribute via the School of Law’s social media platforms. 
  • Monitors and interacts with audiences on social media channels daily. 
  • Ensures audience comments and messages align with university social media use guidelines and policies. 
  • Analyzes social media trends and data. 
  • Advise departments and offices on social media strategy and content 

Website Management

  • Serve as lead coordinator for internal and external facing website edits, including regular updates, layout changes, news and events, and similar tasks. 
  • Ensures all images and web content published meets Law School standards, University standards, WCAG 2.0 AA guidelines, and industry best practices.

Photography & Event Support

  • Provides photography and social media coverage of Law School events as needed/requested. 
  • Edits photos and manages photo storage and distribution. 
  • Manages digital media equipment. 
  • Schedule and manage photo shoots with campus and local photographers.

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Are you a Graphic Designer with a keen eye for visuals and storytelling, looking to generate strong visual communications for clients, design teammates, firm-wide audiences, and more?

We will expect you to own the entire process of planning, managing, and delivery of graphics deliverables from concept through completion. We know you will value cohesive collaboration and have a demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and projects, incorporate feedback, and have a strong attention to detail. This position will focus heavily on graphic communications geared towards current/prospective clients and projects, and the media. It includes photography, writing, graphic design, and production coordination for projects such as: proposals, company brochures, website updates and social media promotion, press releases, print ads, interview and presentation materials, award program applications, trade show marketing materials, direct mail, and marketing research projects. You thrive working under pressure and meeting deadlines. You stay at the forefront of evolving design and technology trends by participating in educational and professional opportunities, reading professional publications, maintaining personal networks, and participating in professional organizations.

As a Graphic Designer you will:

– Plan advertising and promotional communications projects, including print, electronic, special events, and direct mail, to fulfill those aspects of the marketing plan

– Develop ad layouts for newspapers, trade magazines, directories, etc.…

– Coordinates, composes, and assembles responses to Requests for Proposals (RFP) and Requests for Qualifications (RFQ).

– Shoot and edit interior and exterior architectural photos for digital and print use

Your Skills and Qualifications:

– Warm, friendly, creative, and collaborative

– Dependable and punctual.

– Considerate of others, places high value on resolving conflicts and maintaining relationships.

– A passion and talent for photography, architectural photography experience is a bonus.

– Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Lightroom) and Microsoft Office 365

– Degree or equivalent experience in graphic design

– Must have 2-4 years of experience in graphic design, a background in professional services or A/E/C is a bonus

– Must be willing to provide examples of graphic design and photography work

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