As a Graphic Designer in the marketing team you will have the possibility to work on a great variety of projects that shape the visual identity of the company both from a corporate and employer brand perspective. This means working hands-on with everything from the company’s website to online graphics, trade show booths and print materials.
If that doesn’t seem to you like a position allowing your creativity to shine through, imagine that you will also be creating campaigns that should resonate with different international markets (from Europe and the Americas to Asia and Africa).
See below what you need to have to come on board and shape the world of connected devices with us!
What you will do:
- Create brand materials (for online and DTP) such as brochures, documents, banners, social media, blog illustrations, mailings and more.
- Take part in employer branding actions and create the visual strategy for EB campaigns.
- Create stands for international fairs (in cooperation with external contractors).
- Work on the company’s website with UX/UI designers.
- Look after the consistency of graphic materials in all areas of the company’s visual identity.
What we expect:
- At least 1 year of experience in a similar position (graphic design with a focus on marketing) proven by portfolio.
- Knowledge of Adobe CC (Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop).
- Preparing files to print (DTP) and creating graphics for online purposes.
- Attention to detail.
- Communication skills, because you’ll work with the team, other teams in the company and sometimes even the company’s customers.
- Flexibility, self-reliance, patience.
A big plus:
- Basic video editing skills (eg. Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effect).
- Experience in website design.
What we offer:
- Direct impact on the corporate identity of an innovative company with global presence.
- Influence on the visual side of our employer branding materials.
- International projects to participate in.
- Highly ambitious team.
- Possibility to polish your graphical skills.
- Flexible working hours.
- Kitchen full of snacks and treats.
- Car parking area and bike room.
- A relaxed work atmosphere – no dress code, no open space.