Proposal graphics designer – sample job description

Proposal-graphics-designer-sample-job-description (Word document)

Note: This sample job description is provided as an example only. Each section should be carefully updated to reflect your specific requirements prior to being copied and pasted into a GOVPROP job profile.

Job Requirements:

  • Interact with Proposal Managers to determine resource and procedural requirements
  • Develop graphical covers, headers and footers that represent the company brand
  • Conceptualize proposal graphics and create/edit high-end graphics
  • Assist in the reproduction and binding/packaging of all proposal volumes for scheduled reviews and delivery
  • Ensure all graphics are consistent within the proposal
  • Participate in quality reviews to ensure latest graphics are included in the proposal
  • Attend and participate in kickoff, daily status and review meetings
  • Assist with color reviews as required
  • Produce oral presentations

Job Deliverables:

  • Proposal graphics
  • Proposal cover, tabs, etc.
  • Proposal PowerPoint presentation slides

Job Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in graphical design or related field
  • 10 years of experience as a graphic designer with at least 6 years in the development of government proposals for federal agencies
  • Advanced software expertise in Adobe Creative suite
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends to ensure deadlines are met

Out of Scope Items:

  • Technical writing
  • Proposal tables and spreadsheets
  • Storyboard layout

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