Nov 102019

job summary


The Graphic Designer supports the Head of Digital & Advertising in advertising and branding of all projects for QFC. Identifies best designs for projects and provides solutions to all creative assets.  Undertakes and completes all requirements of Pre/Post production.

Key Accountabilities

Client & Project Management

1.    Demonstrates high-level executive and client interaction skills

2.    Supports Advertising, Branding, Events, CSR, Business Development, Customer Affairs and other internal stakeholders with creative requirement

3.    Manages stakeholders’ proposals from typesetting through to design, print and production

4.    Receives design briefs, work with brand managers to determine full scope and requirement

5.    Understands client’s needs and work with brand managers to communicate realistic timelines and deliverables

6.    Manages expectations by clearly communicating deliverables

7.    Keeps brand managers informed with project status and any setbacks, seeking their suggestions on new techniques to be employed if required

8.    Ensures that job deadlines are met in due time, ensuring that job quality is at par with QFC’s high standards

9.    Presents concepts for management’s approval

10.  Liaises with other members of the MCC team to brain storm and maximize creativity


Consult and advice on creative requirements

1.    Conducts market research and competition analysis

2.    Delivers brand strategy development and application across multiple platforms

3.    Identifies best designs for projects; provide solutions to all creative assets

4.    Recommends methods and techniques of graphic design and layout

5.    Determines size and arrangement of illustrative material and copy, and font style and size

6.    Defines printing and production specifications, ensure that it reflects QFC’s brand, vision, and creative style

7.    Advises on photography, videography and illustration style

8.    Plays the role of brand gatekeeper in the design department

9.    Reviews and updates QFC’s brand guideline whenever necessary

Pre- Production

10.  Develops concepts, graphics and layouts for advertising, events, company logos, and websites

11.  Edits, finalize and correct footage for animations and promotional videos

12.  Designs and delivers digital asset for multiple platforms such as app, website, social media and email newsletters

13.  Events branding design creation and finalisation

14.  Creates multiple language design of English, Arabic, Japanese etc

15.  Creates free-hand illustration for multiple projects

16.  Creates large reports for concepts

17.  Creates templates to ensure brand consistency across all channels such as social media, website and various customer touch points

18.  Creates mock-ups / prototypes as required


19.  Evaluates and manage production resources to enhance high productivity and allocations

20.  Reviews and approve production samples to ensure materials used are of high standards

21.  Creates and maintains files for all creative assets and resources, such as software, art materials, and fonts

22.  Ensures record keeping of all approvals and source files

23.  Ensures correct referencing for business continuity

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-11-07
Job Location: Doha, Qatar
Job Role: Design, Creative, and Arts
Company Industry: Graphic Design; Tourism, Museum, & Cultural; Oil & Gas

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career

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