drum magazine recent issue covers graphic design job

Stringletter Media serves an international audience of enthusiast and professional musicians who rely on our established media brands, Acoustic Guitar, Drum, Strings, Ukulele, and Classical Guitar for web content, magazines, apps, videos, downloads, and online shopping. Stringletter Media is a family-owned, next generation company that has been employing Bay Area residents since 1986.

The Creative Services department is a hardworking, enthusiastic, and collaborative team.

Our office is located in Point Richmond, California and offers great amenities – including a fitness center, free shuttle to and from BART, and direct access to the Bay Trail. Stringletter offers competitive benefits and compensation, including bonus and profit-sharing, in a casual but highly professional work environment.

The Drum Production Designer is an experienced, collaborative, and multi-tasking creative professional. You have at least 2 years experience working in a design or creative production field (Design or Fine Art Degree preferred). You have expertise in graphic design, are detail oriented, and flexible. Knowledge of drumming and music is appreciated, but not required.

Design and produce 12 monthly issues of Drum magazine, as well as design assets for web publishing, video, instructional guides, and other brand-related content. The Drum Production Designer will also be active on video and photo shoots for all Stringletter Media brands.

E-mail Joey Lusterman (joey@stringletter.com), Creative Director, with your resume, work samples, and a cover letter explaining your interest in the position and how you can contribute as the Drum Production Designer. This is a full-time, in office position. Salary depends on experience. Please state your start-date availability and compensation requirements.