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Presentation Designer

ABOUT US

Tribeca is a diversified media and entertainment company that owns the world-renowned Tribeca Film Festival (now entering its 16th year), as well as a series of Tribeca-branded platforms, including Tribeca Studios—an original content development group that works with brands to tell award-winning stories from 9 seconds to 90 minutes.

Tribeca is more than a festival. It is an institution. Where community meets culture. A home for creative expression grounded in social change. If you are passionate, innately curious and strive to work with a team that empowers ideas and encourages questions, we want to hear from you. 

ABOUT THE ROLE

The Partnership Designer will be a kick-ass presentation designer. They will be primarily responsible for executing the creative process of high-level business presentations for our various illustrious partners as well as producing and updating Festival assets. You would work closely with the partnership and programming team on each pitch.

ABOUT YOU

You will be self-driven, creative, organized and collaborative. You understand that the presentation itself is a design-piece. You will be able to communicate complex information through kick-ass presentations. You will be adept at marshaling multiple inputs to get things done, while foreseeing and planning around obstacles. You will be able to operate at a rapid pace and maintain composure in times of stress, ambiguity and change. You will be able to take complex business strategies and distill them into easy to understand presentations that communicate the values of Tribeca’s various products and services.
 

RESPONSIBILITIES

The role will have the following primary functions throughout the year:

  • Create keynote templates and custom assets for pitches for Festivals and Tribeca Studios
    • Strategically think through presentation design as a way to sell ideas and the premium experience of partnering with Tribeca
    • Partner with internal teams to create the most effective and dynamic presentations while upholding brand standards
    • Ensure that templates can be manipulated easily by those who need to edit, but may not have your kick-ass keynote skills.
  • Design and create custom assets for our partners' initiatives during Festivals and beyond including, but not limited to, invites, screen cards and social imagery
  • Design and create wraps and case studies in tandem with internal partnership, creative and programming teams
    • Streamline flow of information to be presented; displays data in effective and attractive formats

REQUIREMENTS

  • 3+ years of Presentation Design-focused experience, preferably within an agency or creative environment
  • BA in design or business-related field preferred
  • Advanced proficiency with Keynote, PowerPoint, Adobe Creative Suite
  • A strong portfolio showcasing high-quality presentation skills clean design aesthetic
  • Strong business and/or copywriting skills is a huge plus  
  • Ability to think strategically and translate topline creative requests into high-quality content
  • Ability to present concepts and to work closely with the partnership-client team, applying creative solutions to strategic business problems
  • Dedicated to exceeding expectations and requirements of internal and external partners; acts with partner strategy in mind 
  • Excellent written communication skills and especially the ability to communicate information and data effectively with use of typography, photography, graphics and animation as well as the creation of easy to understand charts, graphs and diagrams
  • Knowledge incorporating video and audio into presentations; familiarity with photo editing software and video editing is a plus
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