Author Topic: Acumento Nigeria Jobs: Trainee Web Graphics Designer (Graduate/OND Jobs)  (Read 2071 times)

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[attachimg=1] Acumento is an IT consulting and Software Development firm serving clients throughout Africa and North America. Acumento Limited is currently recruiting for the following position(s) in Nigeria:

Job Title: Trainee Web Graphics Designer
Location: Ikeja - LAGOS
 
Responsibilities:
•   Create and design creative user interface prototypes, including graphic design, site navigation, and layout of content, for websites and web applications.
•   Create visual concepts that match the content and the image wanted by the client.
•   Provide interface and graphics support for software developers.
•   Interacting with internal Subject Matter Experts to build basic business and technical knowledge.
•   Work with project managers and software developers through entire development cycle from concept to release
•   Willing to be a seasoned Senior Web Graphics Expert within the next 2 years (Acumento can help perfect the technical skills required if you are willing and artistic)

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Profile:
•   BSc, HND or OND degree from an accredited institution.
•   Knowledge of industry-standard graphics design software like Photoshop and CorelDRAW
•   Artistic with an eye for the detail.
•   Global mindset.
•   Strive for excellence while staying within acceptable ethical and professional boundaries
•   Result focused and goal driven.
•   Excellent team spirit and interpersonal skills.
•   Excellent ability to use initiative and work with minimum supervision.
•   Able to clearly communicate information and ideas in writing and speaking to clients and staff.
•   Able to multitask and manage several different initiatives at once while maintaining quality standards
•   Excellent Computer and IT skills.

Method of Application:
To apply please send your resume to hr@acumento.com with a brief description of yourself and the position you are applying for.

Deadline: March 20th 2011.

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