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Graphic Designer

Remote, USA

Freelance or Part-time

Company Description

BellCornerstone is a commercial real estate firm located in Armory Square, Syracuse. 2020 marks our 36th year in business and we are currently in the process of relocating to newer and nicer offices. Due to our continued success and growth, we are looking to add to our awesome team.

BellCornerstone is seeking a highly-motivated Graphic Designer to join our team on either in either a freelance or part-time capacity. This position is an incredible opportunity for someone interested in working in the field of commercial real estate. The position will help our marketing department create materials and website content that give our company, clients and prospective clients that wow factor. 


This position offers a very attractive compensation program for high energy, self-motivated people new to the commercial real estate industry or those looking for more than their current company is providing. Are you ready to take the next step?


  • Demonstrate ability to multi-task and adhere to deadlines

  • Possess strong communication skills, both verbal and written, and organizational skills

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, email marketing software, and social media (Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn)

  • Ability to handle confidential information with the highest degree of integrity

  • Must be available and responsive to project requests and edits

Position Responsibilities

  • Create eye-catching graphics and engaging designs​

  • Handle graphic projects from start to finish

  • Ability to create custom logos

  • Submit rough layouts for project approval

  • Create a variety of layouts, iconography, package & website designs, logos and illustrations

  • Incorporate design elements such as sound, color, animation, typography and images

  • Assist in creating marketing presentations, web-page visuals, and brand design and enhancements

  • Design rough layouts of both art and text copy in multiple styles, programs and aesthetic concepts