production assistant needed at tivol

TIVOL, a 103-year-old, family owned fine jewelry retailer, is seeking an
entry level Production Assistant to support the Marketing Department in
its daily activities and promotional efforts. This position reports to the
Director of Marketing.

The Production Assistant -- under close guidance and supervision of the
Marketing Director -- will be responsible for creating window clings;
print materials such as postcards, brochures, billboards, miscellaneous
signage, advertising for newspapers and magazines as well as high-end
invitations; digital media such as banner ads for and ads for
partner websites; e-blasts; and assisting in the creation and editing of
business-related videos as required. Twice per year, the Marketing
Department produces a high-end publication titled TIVOL Magazine. This
position will be responsible for the layout and design of its local
editorial pages, as well as assisting in the selling of local ads.

Graphic design is only half of the story, however. This role will also
assist in the coordination of the numerous special events held both
off-site and at TIVOL throughout the calendar year. Organization is key.
Responsibilities will include the hiring of caterers and providing
assistance in menu planning, hiring DJs and overseeing other detailed
event logistics. Attending these events, which are often held on evenings
and weekends, is necessary and mandatory. In addition, this position will
track and process donations to charitable organizations and related
special events that benefit the community.

Other duties include but are not limited to helping maintain TIVOL's
Intranet content, as well as maintaining inventory on

The Marketing Department at TIVOL produces all of its communications
internally, so it is essential that the Production Assistant comes to work
every day with a willingness to work on a variety of projects, both small
and large. The desire to collaborate, exchange ideas in a team environment
and to welcome positive criticism is an absolute must. Keeping print and
digital files carefully organized is also important, as well as
maintaining a tidy workspace.

Position breakdown
Graphic Design: 40%
Event Coordination: 40%
Miscellaneous Projects: 20%

Minimum requirements
- An Associate's Degree in Graphic Design, Marketing, Communications
and/or Event Planning (a BA or BS is preferred)
- Demonstrated artistic ability
- Strong knowledge of Adobe CS 5.5
- Proficient in Microsoft Office
A comfort level working in both PC and Mac environments
- Ability to work in fast-paced work environment
- Ability to be a self-starter who can manage deadlines and workflow
- Strong organizational skills
- Willingness to be a flexible and positive team member
- Knowledge of Adobe Flash, HTML 5 and content management systems is ideal
but not essential

Candidates should submit a resume as well as a portfolio of design work
that includes at least 10 samples.

Contact Adam Gebhardt, Director of Marketing at