Graphic Designer

Job Detail
Functional Area:
Branding Dept.
No of openings:
1
Job Type:
Full Time/Permanent (First Shift (Day))
Department:
Branding Dept.
Job Location:
Riyadh
Gender:
No Preference
Age:
25 - 45
Degree Title:
Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art Design, Marketing or related discipline
Career Level:
Experienced Professional
Education:
Bachelors
Required Experience:
10 Years
Work Permit:
Saudi Arabia
Apply By :
Mar 7, 2020
Posted On:
Sep 7, 2019
Job Description

A small but prolific design firm seeks a creative Graphic Designer with experience in both print and electronic media. We’re looking for someone who can take direction from written or spoken ideas and convert them seamlessly into images, layouts and other designs. The successful candidate should have an intimate understanding of how marketing campaigns work, especially in the retail sector, to support our clients. We work in a fast-paced environment, so the ideal Graphic Designer will be able to hit the ground running as soon as we bring on a new client or project. Applicants with experience leading creative teams and designing with other professionals will be given prime consideration, plus to the follwing tasks:

1- Work simultaneously on 5+ projects based on current client workload

2- Create visual aspects of marketing materials, websites and other media, including infographics

3- Put together disparate elements of a design created by another professional, such as the icons, photographs and other components necessary for a website design

4- Consult with clients’ marketing, copywriting and sales teams to create cohesive designs that reflect our clients’ corporate cultures and goals


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