The role of the Graphic Designer in the Corporate Communications Department is to conceptualise and create all visuals aspects of FCBC’s communication materials across the various platforms.
Duties and Responsibilities
Working with the FCBC’s Creative Director, the Graphic Designer is the point person to effectively communicate the organisation’s key messages, activities and initiatives through impactful visual representation and design. The candidate must be able to comfortably work across a variety of platforms, as well as identify and recommend innovative design trends or platforms of visual representation. The candidate’s ideas will be used in the organisation’s website, flyers, PowerPoint presentations, corporate identity, key exhibitions and events.
Annual Church Theme
Conceptualise and produce the appropriate overarching thematic visuals to support FCBC’s annual church theme. The designer works with the Creative Director and Corporate Communications Executive (CCE) to ensure that all visual and/or creative concepts are implemented and executed correctly, according to the guidelines and overall annual direction of the church.
Presentation and Publicity/Marketing Slides
Conceptualise, design and produce various graphical elements of all outbound/public presentation slides, such as the weekly sermon PowerPoint presentation. The designer is expected to successfully communicate the key message and theme given by the church leadership through creating and using appropriate graphics or images.
Bulletin Artwork and Production
Conceptualise and design the weekly bulletin to highlight relevant themes or key events. The Graphic Designer will assist both the CCE and the Translator to layout the weekly bulletin. Besides making changes to the content, the Graphic Designer will ensure that all sections of the bulletin are accurately aligned and well positioned for maximum readability.
Marketing and Publicity Material
Initiate the creative direction and production of all publicity and outbound communication materials. This includes brochures, flyers, corporate and marketing packs to publicise the church’s activities and key messages.
The designer is also expected to work closely with external vendors including printing/production companies, and is expected to independently project-manage various timelines and ensure that critical milestones/deliverables are met.
- Advanced Diploma or Degree in Graphic Arts & Design and Illustration (or related discipline) from an accredited Institute of Higher Learning
- Knowledge of 3D or motion graphics is a plus
- Well versed in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects or relevant 3D software
- Intermediate to advanced user of Microsoft PowerPoint
- A good communicator. Able to translate concepts, creative briefs and ideas into creative unique designs to promote key messages and events
- Must be comfortable and confident to work with external parties and vendors
- Good command of English and Mandarin, both in oral and written form
Together with the Corporate Communications team, the Graphic Designer’s official working hours are Tuesday to Saturday, 9.00am to 6.30pm, with Sunday and Monday as the official off-days.
All applications will be kept in strict confidence. We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.