Power Point Specialist (M/F)
Standard / Permanent
BNP Paribas Corporate and Institutional Banking (CIB)
· Leading European investment bank with global leadership in many of our businesses
· Part of the BNP Paribas Group, a financial institution with solid foundations and a proven ability to adapt to change
· Our excellence is widely recognised by the industry
Design is an integral part of marketing and communication in the financial industry. If information and data is presented in a clear, easy to understand way, clients are more likely to understand and engage with products. Reporting to the Head of Design Services, the role of the graphic designer is to create and developed creative and efficiency solutions.
You will produce and revamp presentations to top quality design for clients, using the bank’s PowerPoint, Word and Excel templates, making them visual appealing and easy to read for the audience.
On a daily basis
You will receive unformatted PowerPoint presentations, and will need to quickly rework them into an engaging, attractive presentation, communicating the information in a highly visual manner, while always maintaining the brand identity by following BNP Paribas guidelines.
You may need to create infographics, beautify excel charts and page layouts, and work to a hierarchy of information.
The role requires a strong attention to detail, ability to work under pressure, to provide fast turnarounds, meet deadlines, and to produce quality outcomes. The ability to simplify complex information in a clearly organized and visually interesting manner would be helpful.
Skills and Experience
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office: PowerPoint and Excel is essential
• Previous similar working experience in an established investment bank or similar set-up (ideally 2-3 years)
• Strong attention to detail
• Excellent written English and proofing skills
• Good typing skills
• Ability to work well within a team
• Fluent written and spoken English (French would be a plus)
Desired additional experience
• Knowledge of Photoshop and Illustrator