Graphic Design Associate

at Heroic Public Speaking HQ


Heroic Public Speaking (HPS) is considered by many to be the preeminent keynote Speaker training company in the world. We're a small company with headquarters in Lambertville, NJ, and were founded by a husband and wife team.

HPS helps speakers with transformational ideas leverage the power of performance to move audiences (and themselves) to think, feel, and act differently. We help speakers deliver best in class performances so their ideas take hold and spread because we believe that a speech has the power to change the world and the people in it—including the speaker.


Heroic Public Speaking is searching for a talented Graphic Design Associate to manage our visual brand and create new brand assets. If you’ve got the chops and you want to use your skills for good by producing creative, strategic, imaginative, and fun brand assets for an organization that shares your core values, then look no further than Heroic Public Speaking.

We have goals, and we need your help. Since you love a good challenge, you’ll be over the moon when we achieve them together. We know it matters to you that a strong and supportive team has your back even when you’re the one leading them on a project.

You’ll work closely with the co-founders, the Marketing Director, and various team members as needed to identify design project outcomes. Then you’ll manage, execute, and complete these important projects with confidence and grace. We’ll support, advise, nurture, encourage, and inspire you every step of the way.


  • Design graphics for websites, including creating wireframes, mockups, podcast art, landing pages, opt-in forms, and more.
  • Design social media assets across channels.
  • Design logos, styles and assets across our programs such as our GRAD and Referable Speaker courses.
  • Design printed collateral such as handouts, posters, forms, cards, and more.
  • Create merchandise designs for clothing, hats, mugs, notebooks, journals, and other items.
  • Lead and implement company design projects large and small, including the most critical and transformational projects.
  • Design and document standard operating procedures, project plans, and systems that improve design project and process workflow, as well as outcomes.
  • Be the design representative on a multi-disciplinary team.


  • Stay up-to-date with the latest design trends and techniques, including UX, and continuously develop your skills as a designer.
  • Manage multiple projects simultaneously, prioritize tasks, and meet deadlines.
  • Collaborate with our team of writers, developers, and marketers to ensure that designs are integrated into our overall marketing and branding efforts.
  • Communicate design concepts and ideas to team members, and incorporate feedback to refine designs.
  • Manage the execution of design projects using a prescribed work process and appropriate tools and techniques.


  • 1-2 years experience designing both digital and print media.
  • Strong portfolio showcasing a range of design work, including websites, printed collateral, and other design projects.
  • Proficiency in Canva, Figma and Adobe Creative Suite, including Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
  • Knowledge of current design trends and techniques, and ability to apply them in a creative and effective manner.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Some experience applying an evolving brand system with creativity and consistency.


Salary for this position is in the range of $60,000 to $75,000, depending on experience level, plus health and retirement benefits that increase your total compensation well above your base salary.


  • 20 days PTO (+ paid time off for official holidays). We love and respect brain breaks.
  • 401K plan. Your contributions to the 401K can be in the form of a post-tax ROTH 401K or pre-tax Traditional 401K. Safe harbor 3% of total compensation.
  • Platinum health insurance plan. We share the premiums for you and your dependents, if you choose to enroll.
  • Monthly cash allowance for your computer and phone.
  • Life insurance and disability insurance.


This role is predominantly remote. However, you may occasionally need to travel to our headquarters, located in Lambertville, NJ, for collaborative team meetings and events.


  • Your resume.
  • A cover letter.
  • A private link to a short video introduction posted on the video platform of your choice (around 2 min or so). We don’t expect an Oscar Award-winning speech but please DO NOT READ OFF A SCRIPT. We just want to get to know you and give you the opportunity to tell us, in your own words, why you are the perfect person for this position.
  • Links to your public social media profiles.
  • Link to an online portfolio that showcases your recent work. (If you don’t have one, please upload at least 5 different design projects that showcase your talent and skill.)

We can’t promise to interview everyone who applies for a position at Heroic Public Speaking, but we promise to review every application that is submitted. We know how challenging the job hunting process can be, and we respect all the effort you put into your application.

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1. We can do more together than we can alone.

By bringing in fresh insights and diverse perspectives, we learn more and feel more connected to the work we do. Collaboration is essential to the growth of our minds and our business.

2. We pursue mastery of craft.

In everything we do, we choose to hold ourselves to the highest standards. We bring an attitude of excellence to our work; we strive constantly to develop our craft, our character, and each other.

3. We are always performers, never critics.

Seeing the world through the eyes of a performer is critical to the creative process. We keep our minds open; we respect and honor that there are many different ways to approach the work we get to complete in our lives. We don’t waste time being petty, small, negative, or judgmental.

4. We make and keep promises.

Results and reputation are dependent on our ability to make commitments and fulfill them. When we do what we say we are going to do, doors open and opportunities abound.

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