Graphics Designer

November 8, 2018 Western Cape, Cape Town 1 Carnie Road, Rylands 1


Muslim Hands is seeking an intelligent and a self-managed Graphics Designer:

PRIMARY DUTIES: Design print media advertisements using ADOBE CC Package including PhotoShop, InDesign, Illustrator and update the Muslim Hands SA website

• Qualified in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign
• Good knowledge of print design and the print process
• Good knowledge of typography, colour and design theory
• Attention to detail with emphasis on accuracy and quality, and a critical eye in terms of aesthetics
• Highly organized, self-motivated and a team player with excellent follow through
• Must be able to work effectively and quickly
• Ability to multi-task and prioritize as well as flexible in adjusting to changing work needs
• Must be detail oriented, and able to manage numerous and varied responsibilities
• Strong layout and presentations skills
• Good at producing high-quality designs on time and to and work under pressure
• Adaptable and flexible enough to be able to cope with changing priorities
• Good organisational and communication skills are also required, as you’ll need to keep track of all the projects you work on

Web Designing:
▪ Knowledge of web and digital design using the Umbraco CMS
Social Media:
▪ Experience in using social media in a professional role
• ADOBE Audition / ADOBE After Effects / ADOBE Primere Pro

Personal Skills:
Excellent writing skills
Keen interest and knowledge of the changing trends in the advertising industry
A passion for humanitarian work
Be sympathetic to the Muslim Hands cause

➢ Self-management is essential! You will need to create your own innovative ideas

All applicants must provide a portfolio of their recent work
Interested applicants should email CV to: Application closing date: 15 November 2018

Job Type: Full-Time
Employment Equity: EE/AA
Advertised By: Private
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