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Working at State Creative means joining a group of people obsessed with helping other businesses grow.

We’re proud to have a supremely talented team at State Creative. We cultivate an atmosphere of collaboration that attracts formidable talent. We’ve built a team with a proven track record of success and would like you to join. 

Available Positions

WordPress Designer

Role Overview

You’ll be working on designing websites built on WordPress. Sometimes you’ll design, sometimes you’ll develop (front-end), sometimes you’ll do both. You should be comfortable with everything that falls under that umbrella. For example, wireframes, design mockups, creating custom post types, configuring page builders, capturing dark wizards, launching sites, and all the odds and ends that come in between.

You’ll interact everyday with our project managers, strategists, other designers, developers, and anyone else involved in bringing an idea to life. You’ll almost always be working on at least a few projects at once, sometimes in different capacities.

We promise to itch both sides of your brain.

Possess (these traits) for Success

  • You should know WordPress like the back of your hand. And the front of your hand. And the gap between your fingers.
  • An excellent eye for visual design, and a great instinct for UI and UX best practices
  • Experience designing responsive websites using industry-standard design tools (Adobe, Figma, Sketch, XD, etc.)
  • Strong knowledge of HTML & CSS, and best practices
  • Working knowledge of PHP, Javascript, particularly as it pertains to WordPress
  • Familiarity with responsive frameworks, like Bootstrap
  • Experience working with popular WordPress page builders, particularly Divi and Elementor

This isn’t a junior position. We need someone who knows what they’re doing, is able to work independently, take responsibility, and solve problems (even super weird ones). In terms of years of experience, we’re looking for more than 5, but less than 500. Even better if at least some of those years were at an agency, or running your own freelance business.

Submit your resume and include “Position” in the subject line.