Graphic Design (Contract)

4-5 years
a month ago 3 Applied
Job Description

Your Profile

  1. Provide graphics for tickets, accreditations, bands, pamphlets and leaflets as well as venue maps for a wide variety of events.
  2. Assisting various departments with the development of on-ground creative adaptations, including standees, posters, hoardings, and on-ground branding.
  3. Constantly look for timesaving techniques for mass creation tasks
  4. Ensure that the delivered products or services adhere to the policies and standards of the company
  5. Provide technical advice and guidance, and serves as liaison with production personnel publishers, clients, and/or printing representatives on design and technical graphics issue

Your Checklist

  1. Have 4-5 years of meaningful experience specializing in graphic design.
  2. Extraordinary graphic design skills -Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop (Additional software skills are a bonus)
  3. Should be available to make last-minute design changes and available to work weekends basis event schedules
  4. Should be comfortable travelling
  5. Job Location : Mumbai

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"BookMyShow has also built India&#8217&#x3B;s largest organic reviews and ratings engine for movies and has driven technology innovations, such as the m-ticket and Movie Mode, impacting tens of millions of users and the industry at large. With continued support from investors including TPG Growth, Stripes Group, Elevation Capital (formerly SAIF Partners), Accel, and Network18, BookMyShow is invested in providing the best user experience, whether on-ground or online. Demonstrating category leadership, BookMyShow has grown beyond India with operations in Dubai, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and Singapore amongst others. The Mumbai-headquartered company counts Ticket Green, Eventifier, Masti Tickets, Townscript, and Burrp amongst its key investments in the sector. BookMyShow is also committed to society at large, by way of its charity initiative BookASmile, which provides entertainment experiences to the underprivileged. "

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