Requisition ID: 2023-2389 Job Summary:
Artemis is seeking a Graphic Designer to support federal clients in the field of science innovation and technology with proven experience developing a variety of traditional and digital creative materials for large-scale communications and outreach campaigns. The Graphic Designer will produce deliverables that help communicate topics around health care innovation and learning to a variety of internal and external stakeholders that inspire, inform or captivate an audience. Work products include, but are not limited to, data visualizations, social media graphics, infographics, flyers, fact sheets, presentations, reports and more. The Graphic Designer will also assist with defining and influencing strategy and work directly with clients to create concepts and develop designs.
The ideal candidate is a self-starter, proactive problem-solver and action-oriented team player. He/she must be committed to providing superior service, poised in a fast-paced environment and have a positive and flexible attitude.
This junior-level, full-time position is fully remote. However, the Graphic Designer may be expected to travel to Washington, D.C., or other locations in the United States for meetings, events and trainings.
This is a contingent hire position.
The Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Office of Healthcare Innovation and Learning (OHIL) is organizational situated under VHA Office of Discovery, Education, and Affiliate Networks (DEAN) and serves as the thought leader for health care innovation and learning within VHA through the collective efforts of four programs: VHA Innovation Ecosystem (VHA IE), Simulation Learning, Evaluation, Assessment, Research Network (SimLEARN), Center for Care and Payment Innovation (CCPI) and the Office of Advanced Manufacturing (OAM). DEAN is in the midst of major enterprise transformation and modernization activities that includes deployment of a new Cerner Electronic Healthcare Record (EHR), and implementation of the Maintaining Internal Systems and Strengthening Integrated Outside Networks (MISSION) Act and VA’s Fourth Mission. These modernization efforts positively impact how VA delivers care to Veterans. OHIL strives to provide high quality, effective, and efficient services to those responsible for providing care to Veterans at all the points of the Veterans’ health care experience in an effective, timely and compassionate manner.