At-Home Photoshop Designer - FT + benefits

Mountain View, CA Full Time Creative Entry Level

Company Overview

Digital advertising company seeking a remote, full time Photoshop Designer with expert skills in typography and graphic design. Our team works with various advertisers, large and small to execute high quality online advertising campaigns, outdoor billboards, video and more.

Job Summary

As a member of our Creative team, you will help produce banner designs using our Photoshop art- board based system. You’ll work seamlessly with our team of designers, client managers and partners to create animated creative assets.

We are currently hiring for the following states:

Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Texas

Who you are:

  • A photoshop junkie
  • Always looking for new tricks and techniques
  • Unafraid of diving into new technology and methodology
  • Passionate about new industries, brands and design trends.
  • Looking to make an impact with a growing team
  • Excited to see your designs come to life in a fast-paced environment


  • Create banner designs for our clients using our Adobe Photoshop artboard-based system.
  • Concept, storyboard, polish, revise and deliver.
  • Self Starter who can coordinate and communicate in a fast paced, deadline driven team environment.


  • You must be a current resident in: Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Texas
  • Expert level Photoshop (we like artboards and smart objects). Qualified applicants must complete a proficiency test.
  • Ability to create great design in a short time
  • Strong portfolio of relevant work samples.
  • A computer capable of running Adobe CC and high-speed internet connection.

Benefits and Perks

  • Hourly rate: $15/hour
  • Fun Team
  • Full Time with opportunity for overtime
  • Flexible hours
  • Remote Position  (no commute)
  • Adobe CC membership
  • Health Insurance Coverage (Medical, Dental, Vision)
  • PTO
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