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Graphics Designer

Keywords / Skills : Graphic Designer, Web designer, CSS, Javascript, HTML, Graphic & Web Designer

3 - 7 years
Posted: 2019-05-26

Nationality
Philippines
Industry
IT/Computers - Software
Function
IT
Role
Software Engineer/Programmer
Education
Bachelors
Degree
Salary
40000 - 80000 PHP
Posted On
26th May 2019
Job Description
Qualifications

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Create a wide range of graphics and layouts for product illustrations, company logos, and websites with software such as Photoshop. 
• Illustrate design examples of art arrangement, , type and style

• Create design templates for consistent designs to increase graphical output.

• Design attractive visuals materials, websites and other media, including infographics

• Make separate elements of a design created by another professional, such as icons, photographs and other components necessary for a website design

• Conceptualize by studying niches to create industry specific designs

• Contribute efforts by accomplishing tasks as needed.


Would be Nice Features: Experience with video and video editing

Working Hours

*Monday - Friday Mid shift 
Location
• Working-from-home for the first 3 months as we wait for the PH office be settled.
• Makati City





About Company

We are a technology company that specializes in a chemical health and safety platform, based in the UK and currently on the works in opening Philippine office.

Sevron created in 2007, we are now considered one of the country’s most innovative online solution developers. Constantly striving to reduce risk in the workplace, our intuitive solutions enable businesses of all sizes and sectors to create and manage Risk and COSHH assessments, acquire and manage Safety Data Sheets, and capture, record, and report workplace incidents in real-time.

Sevron has been created with the purpose of helping businesses reduce risk. To achieve this, we employ a holistic approach to what is a complicated problem. We do this by identifying the many different factors that contribute to risk; from obvious causes such as insufficient training and a lack of resources, to wider, more generalised problems, including the general misconception that health & safety is a hindrance to business.


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