• Graphic Designer- Packaging, Contract

    Job Locations US-CA-Irvine
    ID
    2018-2221
    Shifts Available
    Friday, Monday, Thursday, Tuesday, Wednesday
    Category
    Marketing
  • Overview

    We are Drybar, the pioneer in the blow out bar business. We set out in 2010 with one, small shop in Los Angeles and one big mission: to shake up the beauty industry. Since then, our specialty just blowouts salon has grown to over 100 locations across 20 markets. Along the way, we also launched our own product line that is crafted for the perfect blowout, retailed in our Drybar shops, Sephora, Nordstrom, Ulta, and Bloomingdales.

     

    We are actively a seeking a graphic design wizard with a specialty in creating gorgeous packaging! But wait, there’s more! We are also looking for someone who will LOVE coming to work for our small, but mighty mission. We encourage you to check out our Heart & Soul values to make sure Drybar is a place you’ll want to be every day!

     

    Responsibilities

    The Drybar Creative Team in Irvine is looking for a graphic designer who:

    • Loves package design, visual merchandising, and product design
    • Gets excited about the beauty industry
    • Thrives in a fast-paced, growing environment
    • Is capable of thinking 3-dimensionally
    • Is very detailed

    Design Projects (concepting, designing and preparation of files) includes:

    • Package design of bottles, tubes, cans, jars, boxes, and seasonal kits
    • Retail/merchandising design of the linears, towers, end caps, etc
    • Product design of the tools, accessories, bags, etc
    • Other print and digital collaterals

    Qualifications

    • Must provide a link to their online portfolio
    • Must be able to work in-house in our Irvine, CA office.
    • Proficient in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign and Keynote.
    • This position is temp-to-hire, meaning that it would start as a freelance position with intent to hire.

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