We are looking for the right person to help us expand – someone who is both hands-on and takes a pragmatic approach to the role. The successful candidate will be given creative licence to develop branding and promotional materials for TCI projects such as capacity building courses, seminars, online toolkits and the like, as well as creating social media content to help us better connect with city-makers around the region.
As an associate or senior associate, you will be required to design the look and feel of each of our courses, create content for our social media channels and help build Think City Institute as a brand. In addition you will oversee the digitisation of Think City’s body of work to ensure that our knowledge capture is relevant, and presented in a clear and logical manner.
Working closely with brands and comms to design the look and feel of upcoming courses and promo materials
Create templates for powerpoint for the course
Design social media posts and course promotions
Able to perform basic video editing when required for various online courses or social media posts
Overseeing digitisation of Think City’s project and programme files
Minimum qualifications: Degree in any field
Minimum years of experience:
Associate: Fresh graduates welcomed Senior Associate: Typically 2-5 years of work experience
Fluent in English and Malay
Competence in graphic design, with strong creative instinct
Possess good planning, organising, logical and ordered thought process
Hands-on attitude to problem solving and an eye for detail
Team player and willingness to learn
Technical knowledge and skills:
Adobe Illustrator / Photoshop or other similar design software
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