Graphic Design – Advanced

Graphic Designer

December 19, 2017 • Written by

Graphic Designer

We are Winnipeg based company seeking an individual that is well-organized, self-motivated and a self-starter, has the ability to multi-task, and with a friendly and professional attitude.

Job Summary:

As an in-house Graphics Designer, you will be given the opportunity to play a major role in the production and design of all aspects of our Graphics and Social Media.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Design corporate marketing materials such as product catalogues, packaging, brochures, monthly incentives, forms and other.
  • Development and creation of social media campaigns.
  • Maintain and update company’s website.
  • Develop and write copies for new products and promotional materials.
  • Take product pictures, edit images and source stock photography for different projects based on requirements and needs.


  • Excellent working knowledge of graphics and design fundamentals.
  • High attention to detail.
  • Able to work independently and in a small office setting.
  • Organized with the ability to juggle multiple deadlines.
  • Computer literate: Technical knowledge of related programs and computer software.
  • Bilingual – French (an asset, not required)

Apply Now:

Please send your application to

Graphic Designer

November 17, 2017 • Written by

Manitoba Centre of Health Policy at the University of Manitoba

Graphic Designer – Office Assistant 5 (AESES)

New Grant-Funded Continuing Full-Time
35.00 hours/week full time hours; monday to friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Salary Range: $24.52 – $31.10 per hour ($44626.40 to $56602.00 per annum)
Proposed Start Date: December 11, 2017
Trial/Probation Period: 840.00 hours

For more information, please contact:
Shannon Turczak
Manitoba Centre for Health Policy
204-789-3769 or


  • Works with Lead Research Coordinator, and Deliverables teams to design and prepare research reports, summaries, and other material for print and digital use.
  • Conceives and develops information graphics (e.g., charts, diagrams, maps, icons) for use in documents, presentations, and online.
  • Provides design and implementation advice and assistance; provides in-house technical support when necessary.
  • Acts as “Webmaster” for MCHP, designs and manages updates to the website (RedDot), and liaises with other MCHP website publishers to coordinate updates.
  • Liaises with Marketing and Communications staff regarding Faculty design and communication policies.
  • Contributes to MCHP Communications Group, and the implementation of the MCHP’s Communications Strategy.
  • Keeps up-to-date with technological changes in the fields of design and communications.
  • Collaborates with Communications Officer to develop content for social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
  • Supports communications for knowledge translation events designing invitations, agendas and promotional materials.
  • Supports development and implementation of Public Engagement Strategy.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned or required.



  • Completion of a formal training program in Graphic Design, Visual Communications or a related discipline is required.


  • Four years of directly related experience in a graphic design studio or agency, or as an independent contractor of design and layout services required.
  • Experience working with both print and web platforms is preferred.
  • Experience in visualizing data and creating infographics is preferred.
  • Knowledge and ability to create accessible graphics and communication materials is preferred.
  • Experience with RedDot and other content management systems is an asset.
  • Experience with Java/HTML5/CSS is an asset.
  • Training and experience in web design using new media (video, audio, etc.) and interactive features (flash etc.) are assets.
  • An acceptable equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.


    • Must be proficient in InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office Suite, basic HTML, color theory, print and web design, layout/conversion optimization.
    • Proven graphic design and print layout skills are required.
    • Strong visual ideation/creativity and typography skills are required.
    • Proficiency in web publishing is required.
    • Must be detail-oriented and have strong problem solving skills.
    • Strong organizational and time management skills are required.
    • Must be able to manage multiple projects and competing priorities.
    • Must be able to manipulate and enhance graphics and photos.
    • Must be able to communicate orally and in written form effectively, as well as to advise on, develop, and present informational materials.
    • Must be able to parse information and convey it in a meaningful and creative way.
    • Must be able to transform scientific data into graphical design for a variety of audiences.
    • Must be able to make sound independent judgments.
    • Must be able to work as part of a team and also independently.
    • Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with various levels of internal and external contacts.
    • Satisfactory work record, including satisfactory attendance and punctuality, is required.

Interested individuals may apply via the UM recruitment website here:
Note: For quick access to this job posting, search for the requisition number: 00440

Pop Up Print Show & Sale

November 9, 2017 • Written by

Save the date!

The Pop Up Print Sale is back! We are gearing up for First Fridays in the Exchange.
Friday December 1 from 6:30 to 9:30.

Visit the RRC Graphic Design Student pop-up shop as part of First Fridays. Sale is in the Learning Commons of the Roblin Centre, at the corner of Princess Street and William Avenue. Please enter the college from the main doors on William Avenue. Shop for a variety of prints at reasonable prices, with the proceeds going to the student’s graduation fund. We will have 37 different prints for sale and this year we have framed a few of them. Cash only.

Here is a sneak peek.

Grad Show 2017

May 18, 2017 • Written by

A big thank you to our industry family for coming out to see the work of our grads on Thursday May 4.

GDA Students in Toronto

January 12, 2017 • Written by

GDA Toronto

All 13 students in the Graphic Design Advanced program flew to Toronto to attend the Design Thinkers Conference November 3 & 4. The students put togerther a video explaining why they wanted to come and won one of four $500 scholarships to put towards their cost.

DesignThinkers delves into industry trends with visionaries from a range of communications-related disciplines including design, user experience, advertising, branding, consumer engagement, film, social media and entrepreneurship. Sessions teach delegates how to create effective communications by exploring cutting-edge innovation, the latest technology, demographic and ethnographic trends, strategic management techniques, cognitive theory and much more.

Hely Schumann – 2015 Gillespie Award Winner

February 5, 2016 • Written by

Graphic Design Advanced student Hely Schumann is this year’s Gillespie Award winner. Listen to Hely talk about her experience in our program in our new video.


Bruce Gillespie was an instructor at Red River College from 1989 until illness in 2007 left
him unable to continue teaching. Bruce left this mortal world in the spring of 2008 at the age of 57.

Over the course of his two decades at RRC, he crossed paths with hundreds of aspiring graphic designers, as a teacher, mentor, big brother and friend. In addition to teaching, Bruce is best remembered by most people for his encyclopedic knowledge of music, for his incredible album collection, and his own musical ability.

Application for the award is in the form of a poster that reflects on the marriage of music and art; collecting, giving, sharing, remembering and passion.

Previous winners are:
2014 Réanne Chamberland
2013 Steve Ramos
2012 Christian Gilbang
2011 Sam Giesbrecht
2010 Madison Zyluk
2009 Marie Hart
2008 Melissa Archer