What You’ll Do 

  • Producing visually rich materials that quickly and effectively convey the value of our products and technology provided to our customers. 
  • Build digital assets supporting lead generation programs (email, digital ads, videos) to sales enablement assets leveraged by our inside, outside and channel sales teams (decks, one-sheets, case studies) to help our product teams with technical diagrams and branding elements within our products themselves, there is not a lack of things to do here. 
  • Be a steward of brand perception that shows how deeply care about how our brand is presented in the market -- seen by customers, prospects, partners and investors alike.
  • Brainstorm, concept and execute a wide range of Creative Services deliverables, including:
  • Sales decks
  • Dynamic Powerpoint presentations
  • Iconography 
  • Printed collateral (one-sheets, brochures, case studies, whitepapers, etc.)
  • Oversize/Event graphics
  • Social media graphics
  • Digital ad campaigns
  • Email marketing assets
  • Website graphics
  • UX 
  • Video storyboards
  • Assist in the management and maintenance of Veritone website properties (WordPress)
  • Contribute to the evolution of the Veritone brand and uphold our brand standards
  • Articulate design concepts to the Creative Director and/or other business stakeholders
  • Communicate directly with vendors when necessary
  • Management of multiple project deadlines
  • Management of creative assets and folders 
  • Image sourcing as required




What You'll Need

  • Minimum 5 years of professional experience, preferably in a B to B environment 
  • Possess a strong understanding of brand standards and the importance of maintaining brand consistency across all channels
  • Strong portfolio that demonstrates experience with lead gen asset development, sales enablement asset development, and the ability to produce effective designs across all media with a strong understanding of typography and layout.
  • Mastery of the following programs:
  • Adobe InDesign
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe XD
  • Adobe Acrobat
  • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Google Suite
  • Wordpress Editing
  • Working knowledge in the following a plus:
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • HTML 5 
  • CSS
  • Experience using JIRA and/or Confluence
  • Experience using Pardot
  • Keynote
  • Attention to detail, even at a fast pace
  • Collaborative attitude and the ability to take creative direction and criticism
  • A demonstrated willingness to lean in and learn very technical products and concepts
  • Experience managing multiple deadlines, with demonstrated ability to switch gears quickly and “roll with the punches”
  • Comfortable communicating directly with senior leadership to brainstorm and concept high profile projects


Bonus Points If

  • Bachelor's degree in Graphic Design or equivalent


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What’s In It For You

  • A competitive compensation package.
  • Stock Options.
  • A fully stocked kitchen, casual dress attire, catered lunch on Fridays.
  • Flexible Time Off.
  • Quality benefits: medical, dental, vision, 401K.
  • An opportunity to be a part of the next big thing in artificial intelligence!




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