Graphic designer

Graphic designers are key C2C team members, making important contributions to our clients’ success. Our proposals typically feature a high percentage of graphic content—not as decoration, but to communicate key aspects of each client’s approach and solution.

That means our C2C designers need to understand the project and the client team’s strategy for winning and to translate that understanding into clear, compelling visuals.

Must-have requirements:

  • Excellent Adobe Creative Suite skills
  • Experience using graphics to communicate ideas
  • Full use of a secure computer and fast internet service
  • Discipline and appetite to work virtually
  • Ability to stay cool under deadline pressure
  • Willingness to accept daily supervision and feedback

Typical project responsibilities:

  • Understanding the proposal strategy and schedule
  • Aligning existing graphics to proposal style and colour palette
  • Developing new graphics from client-supplied ideas and sketches
  • Designing and illustrating the proposal template, covers and tabs
  • Reviewing all work to ensure it is error-free before submission
  • Managing documents, using Dropbox folders, following our revision convention, etc.
  • Alerting the project manager immediately of any issue that may delay delivery

REQUIRED: The work we produce is highly confidential. Please confirm your willingness to sign a contractor’s agreement giving us sole ownership of output you produce for Complex2Clear projects and agreeing not to solicit our clients.

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Privacy Policy: Complex2Clear will not use your name and contact information for any purpose other than to respond to your request and to advise you of important updates. We will not sell or give your information to any third party.

PERSONAL INFORMATION

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WORK PLATFORM

Cross-platform compatibility is important for exchanging files with other team members and clients.

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EXPERIENCE

Please tell us about the kinds of documents you've designed or illustrated.

Types of projects:*

Describe 3 relevant projects you’ve worked on

For each project, complete the header info, then describe the project. For proposal projects, provide the year, project name, industry sector (construction, telecom, etc.), contract value, your role, and the elements you worked on, e.g. organizational charts, illustrtations, info graphics, binder art, tabs, page layout, etc..

For non-proposal projects, provide the year, client and industry sector and describe your role and include a link to the finished document or to your work.

Project 1

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What did you do on the project? Check all that apply:*
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Project 2

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Project 3

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What happens next?

We’ll contact you within one week of receiving your form to discuss next steps. If we agree to move forward, part of the next step will be completing a simple organization chart.

Graphics with purpose

We use design to make features and solutions clear.

This 2016 blog post explains how to illustrate processes.

For more about our thinking, please check out our index of past blog posts.

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