Spire is a full-service communications firm supporting innovative programs in government, technology, healthcare, and science. We seek an art director to support and manage brand and multimedia projects for a new federal health government agency, ARPA-H.
Must have experience supporting multimedia projects under tight deadlines, managing and tracking projects from start to completion, and ensuring expert quality control on a range of deliverables.
Applicants must be a U.S. citizen or long-term resident with a valid Green Card.
Desired Additional Skills
Medical (CareFirst BCBS) and Dental (United Healthcare) plans paid at 100%
Monthly $50 “wellness” stipend for gym memberships, spa services, etc.
Life and disability insurance (short- and long-term)
18 days PTO and 8 federal holidays per year (+Veterans Day for those who have served)
Flexible home/office environment
Home office expense reimbursement
401(k) plan with automatic 3% of salary employer contribution
Employee referral bonuses
Annual stipend for employee and/or job-related training
We are a boutique, woman-led agency that specializes in technology, health, and science. Our clients are federal agencies and contractors charged with advanced R&D and vital national programs that make life better for all Americans. Our team is committed to the work of these pioneers and public servants. We believe in their missions, marvel at their innovations, and delight in telling their stories.
Every member of our team is a senior-level communicator. This means every assignment is an opportunity to work with and learn from the best strategists and storytellers—designers, videographers, writers, editors, media relations leads, social media managers, and web developers.
The Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H) is a newly formed agency within the National Institutes of Health. The agency advances high-potential, high-impact biomedical and health research that cannot be readily accomplished through traditional research or commercial activity. With a scope spanning the molecular to the societal, ARPA-H programs have the potential to radically improve everyone’s health.