Freelance In House Designer

Freelance In House Designer

Job Title: Freelance In House Designer
Contract Type: Freelance
Location: Melbourne
Reference: 3019393
Contact Name: Lawrence Akers
Contact Email:
Job Published: March 20, 2020 15:16

Job Description

We have several corporate and government clients looking for skilled in house
freelance graphic designers. Are you interested in joining the team?

Your prior experience within an in house environment means that you'll be right across working collaboratively with other creatives, taking an existing concept design and being able to take it through to a print ready stage.

You'll have the ability to proof and quality control your own work as well as managing your workflow in a timely manner.  

Your folio will highlight the rollout of artwork that you've been able to do within established style guides.  You'll be able to work across a variety of projects which could include any one or combination of the following: Layout and design, collateral roll out, design amends, finished art, illustrator maps, infographics, digital and print assets, PPT/Word collateral, long document formatting, creative design layout, branding, template work, press ready artwork and more.

You understand what the nature of corporate and government clients can be like and you bring a positive behaviour and work ethic to each and every assignment that you do.  

You're familiar with Creative Suite on both a MAC and PC operating system, and you're across the Microsoft Office suite too - especially putting together PowerPoint presentations and Word templates.

If you're interested in joining our in house freelance design team, then send through an updated CV and folio (including examples of your in house design work) to or submit your details on the link below.

Applicants must be Australian citizens with full working rights to apply.  Only those who meet the requirements of the role will be responded to.

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