Work at FVM.

If you want to build and grow industry-defining brands with a dedicated team of creatives and strategists, you’re in the right place. Choose an open position below to get started.

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If you’re a talented designer who’s looking to join a positive, collaborative creative team, we want to meet you. FVM is looking for someone with at least 1 year of experiencea broad set of skills, and an interest in solving B2B branding and marketing challenges to come share their ideas — and grow their career. 

As a member of our creative department, you’ll help design, produce, and deliver projects that range from landing pages and websites to digital and traditional ad campaigns, brochures, video graphicsand email templates… all the way to logo development and full rebrands. You’ll be involved at different levels across many clients, which is part of what makes our work so rewarding. 

We need you to be a clear and candid communicator, someone who will take responsibility for projects, knowing when to ask questions and raise red flags. That’s because you will be working closely with a team of dedicated (but light-hearted) writers, designers, and developers — plus several seasoned account executives — all of whom count on you to bring a balance of optimism and realism to every assignment. 

You should be fluent in most of the Adobe Creative Suite and comfortable across Microsoft Office, and have a working knowledge of HTML and CSS. Bonus points for skills in animation, UI/UX, copywriting, advanced photo manipulation, and/or familiarity with WordPress (or other website content management systems). 

If you’d like to apply, please share a portfolio that shows off your strategic design thinking applied across traditional and digital work to jobs@thinkfvm.com. And a cover letter that gives us insight into your approach — and your personality — always makes for a great introduction. Please include your name and the position title in the subject line of your email. 

Note: FVM is fully remote at this time, but applicants should be aware they may be required to work in-person in the Philadelphia area once it is safe to do so.