Graphic Designer


Annexus has been certified as a Great Place to WorkTM — again!

If you’re looking to do great work with an award-winning creative team, at a company that’s leading its industry, then we may be looking for you.

If you’re motivated to push conventional design boundaries and barriers, thrive in a fast-paced environment, multi-task and meet deadlines, we’re definitely looking for you!

We have an immediate opening for an outstanding Graphic Designer. 

The Annexus Marketing Team

Our very professional in-house marketing department consists of category and product marketing experts, writers, designers, web developers, video and animation producers, and project and account managers. We produce a wide range of multi-channel marketing programs, events, all forms of sales support, even dimensional mail. We create some of the strongest work in our industry.

We maintain the Annexus brand and move it forward, We fulfill a tiered range of business objectives, innovating new marketing approaches and solutions, and delivering excellent client experiences. We develop cutting-edge plans, creative assets, and unique experiences that engage our clients; deliver on the strategy of our businesses in the marketplace; and capture the hearts, minds, and loyalty of our clients.

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • A minimum of 5 years of multi-channel design experience, including:
  • Direct mail, brochures, print ads and other offline media
  • Emails, landing pages, websites, social media, display ads and infographics
  • A portfolio of representative examples
  • Strong grasp of design principles incorporating typography, color, composition and use of space, imagery, information hierarchy and motion.
  • Highly skilled in the big 3 design apps: InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop (latest versions) and Office apps: Word and PowerPoint. Dreamweaver is a plus.

About Annexus

We are a leading financial institution that designs and distributes highly innovative investment and retirement solutions that have been revolutionizing the retirement planning industry for over 15 years.

We live by our mantra, “Be the first, be the best, or change the game” with the goal of only designing retirement products that provide better client outcomes. Today, the product development team at Annexus has more patents and patents pending than the rest of the industry combined and was named “Annuity Innovator of the Year” for three years in a row.

Why Work Here?

  • Great Place to Work-Certified™
  • 10 years of explosive growth
  • We work with the speed and agility of a startup
  • Top executives are strong leaders who are supportive, and encouraging
  • We work with some of largest insurance and financial partner brands in the U.S. and the world
  • Positive, friendly work environment in which everybody is a high performer, yet work well together
  • An advanced R&D outlook
  • Open lines of communication
  • Opportunity for growth
  • Industry leading innovation
  • Beautiful offices
  • We strive to provide great compensation and benefits:
  • Competitive compensation
  • Health and dental insurance, vision discounts, optional additional benefits such as Disability Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), Health Savings Accounts (HSA), and Life Insurance
  • 401k with company contributions
  • Paid holidays and unlimited PTO
  • Quarterly performance bonuses
  • Fully stocked kitchen
  • Occasional catered lunches
  • Occasional parties and happy hours
  • Covered parking

We’re about collaboration, so while we don’t encourage work-from-home we do offer unlimited PTO.

Our Values

Employees with similar values enjoy their work, flourish, and stick with Annexus:

  • People come first
  • Honesty and transparency
  • Collaboration
  • Shared success
  • Continual growth

All applicants are required to take a PI Survey and are subject to a background check prior to hire. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package including health benefits and 401(k). Annexus Management Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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