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Job: Entry-level Production Artist – Castelli USA – FILLED

Posted by on January 3rd, 2018 at 9:16 am

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Job Title *
Entry-level Production Artist

Company/Organization *
Castelli USA

Job Description *
Castelli is an internationally recognized cycling apparel brand that provides race apparel to the pros as well as to everyday cyclists and teams around the country.

We’re looking for a production artist to join our custom team graphics department to help create production-ready files.

This position is ideally suited to someone who has a high tolerance and appreciation for detailed work. Tasks are repetitive and are performed in a fast-moving environment. The creative component of this position is very limited.

For recent graduates from art/design school, this is a great opportunity to get hands-on experience in the sports apparel industry.

This is a full time position.

We’re looking for someone who:
• Has an exceptional eye for detailed work
• Applies problem solving and tactical thinking to production tasks
• Can interact professionally and comfortably with colleagues
• Thinks and acts quickly and calmly on deadline

• Proficiency with Adobe Illustrator
• Familiarity with apparel and cycling culture a plus

Employees enjoy a range of benefits, including:
• Retirement savings plan
• Health/Vision/Dental plans
• Employee product allowance

How to Apply *
If you share our passion for cycling, we hope you’ll consider applying.

Send a brief cover e-mail, and three examples of work done with Illustrator* in PDF format to:

Check out our website at

*Combined file size must not exceed 5MB.

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