ASIS International, a professional membership organization located in Alexandria, VA with 35,000 global members seeks a savvy Print & Advertising Production Specialist.
This position will be responsible for a variety of specialized work activities for the Publishing division’s production and creative services department through various projects, programs, and services that pertain to print, new media, online products, and advertising. Analyze and optimize workflow and processes to ensure advertising retention and profitability.
Successful candidates will preferably possess a bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years of Advertising, publishing production, marketing, or design experience. A bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies or related field and 3 more years’ experience a plus.
We're looking for an individual with the ability to communicate with and listen well to other staff members inside and outside the production field. Must be a good problem solver and facilitator, with excellent analytical skills. Must have strong attention to detail, great organizational skills, excellent time management and must be able to track and multitask many projects at one time. Have good spatial recognition. Possess a basic to intermediate understanding of graphic design. Should have CRM Software knowledge. Experience with design and layout/production software such as Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat Professional, PitStop Professional, and basic MS Word and Excel knowledge.
ASIS offers an excellent employee benefits package including a rich health insurance plan, and a generous 401(k) and paid time-off programs. EOE/M/F/D/V
Internal Number: 1091
About ASIS International
ASIS International, founded in 1955, is the preeminent organization for security management professionals, with 35,000+ members worldwide. By providing members, business, government, and the public with access to a full range of programs, information, and services, ASIS International leads the way for advanced and improved security performance. Located across from the King Street Metro.