Presentation Designer, Business Development

Immerse. Evoke. Reframe. Create. At Landor, that’s how we approach design.

We are currently seeking a presentation designer to join our business development team in the new york office.

Could this be you?

About us…

Landor builds some of the world’s most iconic and agile brands.  Our global team of strategic experts and creative explorers solve complex business and brand challenges in unexpected ways.  It’s one of the reasons we took home four Cannes Lions this past June.

The role…

Reporting to the business development director, and under the design direction of the executive creative director, the business development presentation designer will deliver the best possible creative solution for the needs of the business development team and Landor as a whole.

Working closely with Landor leaders, you’ll demonstrate the ability to tell a story through a powerpoint presentation, engage an audience through design, and support individual teams as they pitch and win new opportunities.

You are an important member of the new york office, designing proposals, presentations, microsites and one-off custom pieces (booklets, posters, scrolls, etc.) to communicate our vision to prospective clients. As the gatekeeper for our design archives, you’ll be responsible for establishing and updating new business templates, and cataloging design assets. You’ll also occasionally have the opportunity to be a resource to the entire New York office by assisting with client deliverables, internal presentations, and other design needs.

What we’re looking for…

A bright designer with a keen eye, a sense of humor, a taste for challenge and a passion for brands. If you are an independently motivated designer enthusiast who can think strategically, embrace multi-tasking, stay organized, accept change and sweat the details, we want to meet you.  You will likely have 2 – 4 years of experience of agency or design firm experience, and advanced skills in PowerPoint, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Word. Additionally, you’re familiar with Keynote, Excel, Project and WordPress, and have experience or passion in video, html, or photographic art direction. You likely have a Bachelors in graphic design, communication, design, fine arts, or a related field.