Job Description: Graphic Designer - Presentation Support

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Effective visual presentation of information is key to a wide range of business initiatives. This sample job description will help you find find graphic designers to support both multimedia and presentation projects.

The attached document is a typical job description for a Graphic Designer who specializes in providing presentation support for executive staff.

The Graphic Designer for Presentation Support assists executives in the development of templates and custom images for presentations -- particularly PowerPoint presentations -- with occasional print work supporting presentations. Additional responsibilities include:

  • Creating presentations that encompass new business development and financial reporting, as well as thought leadership presentations for conferences, trade shows, etc.
  • Producing PowerPoint design templates aligned to brand standards
  • Assisting with graphic design for multimedia educational products

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