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ASI is an international architectural signage provider specializing in the design, manufacturing and management of wayfinding, brand communication and information management signage solutions. We are currently looking for a full-time production artist to join our graphic production team. Successful candidates will possess strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Proficiency in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop is required. Starting wage will be $12 - $14 per hour dependent on experience. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: - Inspection of graphic files and reformatting, typesetting, correcting and modifying files prior to running jobs - Production of film positives and screens for screen printing - Creation of film negatives and production of photopolymer ADA Signage - Operation of engraving equipment and production of ADA Applique Signage - Production and application of large format digital images - Production and application of vinyl graphics using a cutter/plotter - Creation and maintenance of electronic backups and written logs of jobs based on production requirements - Monitoring inventory levels of materials used in graphic production processes To find out more about our company please visit our website at www.asisignage.com/asi-st-louis If your are interested in this position please provide a copy of your resume and a PDF of some samples of your past work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I've put together a short 2 minute video overview of my services. I would greatly appreciate your feedback and am always happy to answer any questions you might have. I always seem to get some interesting feedback from my new clients. The most common denominator among them is complete surprise on how affordable yet thorough and comprehensive my work is. The biggest marketing challenge I've ever faced is overcoming prospective client's preconceived notion they can't afford my services. After being in this industry for a long time I know: 1.) that a pretty picture can help sell a sign but you can't typically build from it 2.) architects and general contractors demand comprehensive production & fabrication submittals 3.) vast sign experience, efficiency, and the right tools have real value over a "designer" The following video is available in 1080p HD. I'm pretty certain that any sign company would be hard pressed to find an equivalent service provider that's more affordable than Bay Graphic. Again, please ask any questions you may have. Thanks for watching!