Presentation Designer (Keynote / InDesign)

New York, New York | Freelance | Job ID #51878 |
Posted Earlier this month

Our client, a live entertainment advertising agency, is seeking an Presentation Designer fluent in Keynote and InDesign for 2-3 day project on-site. This role is on-site in NYC.

What you'll be doing:

  • Partner with the Creative Director to recreate a presentation from InDesign into Keynote for a pitch.
  • You'll be following an outline for some of the presentation, but helping to design new layout design.
  • Ability to create a range of Keynote templates.
  • Sourcing imagery as needed.
  • Other tasks may be required.

About you:

  • Expert in Keynote and InDesign design.
  • Experience with the entertainment industry or live entertainment.
  • Ability to create templates.
  • Can follow directions as needed.
  • You have an eye for design that excites the luxury audience.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Solid portfolio showcasing your work.
  • Must have your own computer for this job.

Does this sound like you? Apply today!



  • The client is unable to support 1099 / Corp-to-Corp or Independent Contractor arrangements at this time. All freelancers will be paid as W2 employees.
  • In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.
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