The Stanford Graduate School of Business is seeking two (2) designers with expertise in PowerPoint to support faculty in producing course materials and other academic presentations. Applicants should expect that at least 70% of time will be spent using PowerPoint, with Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Google slides used as needed. 90% of work is done on a Windows PC. Designers will work directly with faculty, requiring the ability to visually represent academic content and teaching goals ranging from specific, complex equations and graphics to overall concepts. Experience in creating and editing advanced charts and graphs required. Please submit a portfolio and cover letter that describes what
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