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Powerpoint Designer

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Contract opportunity with Fortune 500 Tech company in Indianapolis!

The Learning Graphic Designer is responsible for managing and creating the development of interactive training materials for internal and external clients. This is a function that requires conceptual, creative thinking to turn complex concepts into easy-to-understand, visually appealing, and interactive e-learning modules. The Graphic Designer works closely with a cross-functional team of Instructional Designers and Subject Matter Experts (SME) to deliver effective materials that reach a wide array of audiences. Ideal candidate has a trained eye for design, an uncanny attention to detail, and the desire to work in an ever-changing, fast-paced environment.

Primary Responsibilities:
- Interface with Instructional Designers, SMEs, and stakeholders to design effective instructional content
- Design graphics, visualizations, and animations
- Collaborate and manage learner-centered online training projects
- Set, manage, and achieve aggressive production schedules for material design and deployment
- Manage and prioritize multiple tasks at once

Requirements:
- Proficient in graphic design and multimedia production
- Expert knowledge of Photoshop and Powerpoint

PLUS:
- Experience with Articulate, Storyline, Adobe Captivate, and Camtasia
- Strong ability to set direction, establish priorities, make decisions, and work autonomously as well as with a team
- Outstanding oral and written communication

TOP SKILLS:
- Expert level experience using PowerPoint
- Experience building graphic elements, changing/converting templates, building training decks via PowerPoint etc
- Ability to conceptualize and grasp new concepts quickly

SUBMISSIONS WITHOUT A PORTFOLIO WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

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