Who Are We: Oasys International Corporation (Oasys) was recently named as one of Inc. 5000 magazine’s fastest growing companies for the third year in a row. We are rapidly growing and looking for talented individuals to add to our team. Oasys is home to a dedicated team of technologists, consultants, engineers, and subject matter experts that provide world-class technology consulting services to our clients. We commit to providing our people with the resources they need to continue learning and maintain a healthy work-life balance. We also cultivate a collaborative and social atmosphere and foster a merit-based culture in which people receive recognition for their performance.

Position Description

The Lead Graphic Designer / Public Relations Specialist will provide specialized digital media services and graphic design services to in support of the priorities and strategic direction of DHS S&T. Use current graphic design technology and computer software packages to produce public relations material for visual communications media.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Graphic Services – provide custom layouts, graphics/illustrations for all communication products: fact sheets, reports, brochures, newsletters, mass emails, posters, briefings/PowerPoint presentations, exhibit displays, and websites; develop event branding and all associated collateral.
  • Photography Services – document internal and external events as required and maintain photo archives: All Hands meetings, award ceremonies, technology demonstrations, congressional testimonies, internal and external conferences and meetings, employee events, press events, etc.
  • Video Production – video recording and design: capture B-roll of DHS S&T technology demonstrations; provide custom video design from concept/story boarding to completion with narration, music, special effects and motion graphics; video editing/post production for existing video footage used for internal and external events.
  • Webcasting Services – provide technical staff for all DHS S&T webcasting events (meetings, technology demonstrations, conferences, special events); includes equipment set- up and operation, editing and posting.
  • Printing – complete all paperwork and ensure all print jobs are properly branded and formatted; review all proofs; apply product quality control standards for compliance with guidelines, policies and directives; complete large format printing, mounting and lamination.
  • Employee Events: Provide support as needed in planning, organizing, and staffing events for DHS S&T employees, including all-hands meetings and annual awards ceremony and provide support to other internal events as required.
  • Document Management: Maintain libraries/repositories of DHS S&T project fact sheets, DHS S&T accomplishments, and S&T photo directory and update content at regular intervals.
  • Outreach Team Support for Creative Services:
    • Participate on federal employee-led DHS S&T OCC teams that provide communications and outreach services to designated DHS S&T offices.
    • Attend meetings and provide support, ranging from preparing agendas and handouts to taking meeting notes and following up on action items, to providing recommendations and reports as necessary.
    • Interact with program managers and support personnel to identify programs/projects that should be spotlighted; develop materials to highlight these programs.
  • Media Relations Support: Support federal employee media outreach efforts: develop and maintaining press lists; track media hits; draft/edit fact sheets media advisories, and media plans.

Education/Experience Requirements:

  • BA in Fine Arts or Graphic Design and 5 years of relevant experience; or 10 years of relevant experience
  • Currently hold, or the ability to obtain, a DHS Suitability
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Office products
  • Exceptional written and verbal skills
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

Work Location:

  • Washington DC


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