Job Description

About us

Singapore Management University (SMU) Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE) is a practice-oriented institute that champions excellence in innovation and cultivates the spirit of entrepreneurship for both SMU and the innovation and entrepreneurship (I&E) community at large. To achieve this mission, IIE focuses on its three areas of competencies which include customised experiential training programmes, an equity-free founder-centric incubation programme and fostering a cohesive I&E community through activities such as its flagship event – the Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Plan Competition.

Job description

  • Gather requirements and understand marketing directives and briefs and transform them into creative design
  • Conceptualize and generate high quality, creative and informative content for a variety of media platforms including print, website, digital or social media and video assets
  • Ability to create or incorporate illustrations, pictures, infographics etc to reflect the desired theme and tone of the communications
  • Work closely with programme team to articulate and execute design decisions
  • Create and maintain communication collateral across various media channels – Videos / EDM / Website / LinkedIn/ / FB / YouTube / Instagram / Telegram
  • Liaise with print vendors for production of marketing materials

This is a 4 months contract position.

The successful candidate should have/be:

  • Diploma or Degree in Design, Fine Arts or related disciplines
  • 3-5 years of relevant working experience
  • Knowledge of software/platform such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Canva, Mailchimp
  • Capability to do filming with DSLR and basic video editing would be a plus
  • Basic copywriting for social media
  • A keen eye for aesthetics and details
  • Able to handle both creative and analytical tasks
  • A strong team player and easily connect with people, have a to-the-point communication style and get things done
  • Humble, authentic, value hard work, has high standards and outcome-driven