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Graphic Designer


Posted by Fix It Sticks on 09/22/2022

Job Basics

Industry Sector: Hunting/Shooting

Job Categories: Design - Graphic

Company Type: Accessories

State: IL

City: Chicago

Country: United States

Required Experience: 1 - 3 years

Job Type: Full Time


Required to Relocate: No

Required to Travel: Yes

Employee May Telecommute: No

Job Seeker Must Live Within: Telecommute

Job Description & Requirements

Fix It Sticks is seeking a full-time graphic designer to add to our growing team of innovators.  The ideal applicant will communicate our brand through digital and print media by designing packaging and marketing materials, as well as manage digital assets and work with external partners.  Personal experience and passion in outdoor, shooting & hunting activities is a plus.  This position can be either remote or on-site in our Chicago office.

  • Conceptualize and execute design for web, print, sales and trade show materials.
  • Digital asset organization
  • Maintain brand guidelines across multiple channels
  • Manage sales communication schedules
  • Support sales team with promotion materials
  • Support design team with instructions, packaging and soft goods solutions
  • BFA in Graphic Design and/or 1-3 years of professional experience within the outdoor/shooting/hunting industry
  • Solid language and communication skills
  • Digital/web/print design skills
  • Adobe Suite proficiency
  • Experience with web advertising platforms
  • Experience with Shopify
  • Ability to self-manage remotely

Please email with any questions.

About Fix It Sticks

Fix It Sticks designs and manufactures portable toolkits for specialty applications. 

 If you had to boil Fix It Sticks down, we’re about three things: Portable, Precision, and Performance. If a tool doesn’t meet all three of those criteria, we don’t make it. It’s really about finding a need, then exciting our customers with something they’ve never seen before, and solving a problem in a way that surprises them. It takes of lot of thinking, trying and failing, then thinking, trying and failing again. And when it works, you just know it.

 That’s what keeps us — and you — turning.