Job descriptionRemote Presentation Designer
Whether it is for the marketing team, sales team, a member of the leadership team, or for an external audience, the Presentation Designer will be a creative who will understand our clients brand, goals, and values, and can create a message to internal and external audiences.
This role is remote, operating at about 20 hours/week.
Presentation Designer Responsibilities:
• Become a storyteller and thrive using a variety of multimedia platforms to showcase services and capabilities, sell the brand, and promote the company as the company of choice.
• Develop and design presentations that advance key business objectives and tell the story through clean and concise, but bold and beautiful slides.
• Work within existing templates, as well as create new, creative templates from scratch
• Responsible for developing and maintaining customized templates and graphics to ensure a consistent “look and feel” for the company.
• Utilize PowerPoint, Google Slides and InDesign templates and existing brand assets, including photography, icons, and other imagery.
• Follow the company brand guidelines when creating presentations.
• Utilize programs such as Photoshop to adjust and extend imagery to create beautiful full bleed spreads
• Collaborate with stakeholders on presentations to ensure it meets the required needs.
• Flexibility for industry events.
Presentation Designer Qualifications:
• Minimum 2+ years of professional design experience, preferably in the food & beverage or CPG industry.
• Possess strong technical skills including, but not limited to Microsoft Suite, Google Suite, Adobe, etc.
• Exceptional attention to detail and take pride in selling the company message through outstanding visuals and graphics.
• Experience working cross-functionally with creative departments, marketing, sales, etc.
• Proven ability to meet deadlines, work on many projects simultaneously while in a team environment.
• Ability to consistently uphold brand and style guidelines.
• Strong layout skills and typography