Are you an experienced engineer, a creative-minded problem solver, or just a rock star individual who wants to work with other rock stars? If so, we want to meet you!

As a firm, we have cultivated a diverse and multi-disciplinary team of problem solvers to tackle any project. We invest heavily in the continuous growth and development of every employee, both personally and professionally, to ensure our firm is always improving.

Campbell Spellicy has a team-oriented environment that values impactful work, positive relationships, and a healthy work-life balance.

Want to learn more about a career at CSEI? Check out our current opportunities below.

Available Positions

Graphic Design & Social Media Coordinator

Campbell Spellicy is a rapidly growing company looking for a creative mind to help us get to the next level in our branding and strengthen our digital marketing presence. You will need to have great communication and organizational skills to help us translate our goals and values into visual content to be used for social media, ads, presentations, and other marketing campaigns. This will be a 20 hour per week, salaried part time position with hybrid work optional.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Design high-quality, compelling marketing collateral
  • Develop a portfolio or design graphics for internal and external marketing
  • Post to and monitor our social media profiles
  • Take photos and videos that capture our culture and projects in progress/completed
  • Assist with website content updates


  • A background (work or school) in graphic design with social media experience
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Adobe Suite (license will be provided)
  • Familiarity with other online design tools
  • Access to a laptop, tablet or PC when working remote

What We Offer:

  • Salary commensurate with experience
  • Simple IRA match
  • Growth and development opportunities
  • Newly constructed office space
  • Collaborative, team-first culture centered on service and impact
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