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Krink is seeking a part-time junior designer/production assistant.

We are a creative company producing specialty inks, markers, and art/design projects. We wear a lot of different hats and take on a multitude of tasks each day. Krink is a small company with a few employees; good vibes are essential for good workflow. This position is best-suited for someone with small business experience.

Candidate must be self-motivated and able to manage their tasks. Constant juggling of multiple projects requires the candidate to be organized and detail-oriented; essential qualities for working at Krink. Candidate will take conceptual direction from the creative director, the ability to communicate clearly and understand direction is paramount.

Responsibilities include:
Photo retouching, editing, organization
Product photography to include markers, t-shirts, artwork, still-life, etc.
Communicating with production entities for all production pieces
Layout of product labels, tech-packs, catalogs, press kits, magazine/book inquiries, etc.
Creating visual narratives for print and web
Maintaining style and content on krink.com and craigcostello.nyc
Maintaining social media accounts and newsletter (MailChimp)

Applicant has:
3 years of real-world design experience and a BA/BFA in a relevant field
Proficiency in all of the Creative Suite, Photoshop heavy
Ability to operate a DSLR and strobe lighting system
Working knowledge of typography
Knowledge of WordPress backend

Additionally:
Knowledge of Shopify is a plus
IT and tech troubleshooting experience is a huge plus

Before applying for this position please watch Tom Sach’s “10 Bullets.” Understanding the fundamental ideas and principles in this video is essential to your success at Krink. If you don’t watch the whole thing, please do not contact us.

Email a résumé, short cover letter and link to your work to: work@krink.com.
Include the words Junior Designer in the subject line. No phone calls please.

The Krink studio is a smoke-free environment.
We are located in the Sunset Park area of Brooklyn. 36th St. stop on the D train.