REEMS – Rainbow Exhibition & Event Management Services Ltd.
- Liaise with clients to discuss the brief (themes, ideas or products to be promoted) and come up with creative and innovative ideas.
- Discuss the brief and design concepts with the design team, finalise proposals and present these to clients.
- Develop a genuine understanding of the client’s brand, products, needs and objectives, as well as the motivations behind customers’ buying decisions.
- Create initial design sketches and computer-generated 3D visualisations, sometimes building models and prototypes.
- Produce accurate technical drawings for construction for different displays and exhibitions.
- Work on quotes – once the design brief and concept are established, the costs need to be calculated to make sure the project is financially viable
- Take financial responsibility for a project in terms of meeting budget constraints.
- Attend regular meetings with the creative team to discuss progress.
- Meet with and brief suppliers and source products such as fittings, furniture, lighting, finishes and decoration.
- Come up with creative alternatives in order to meet project deadlines and budgets.
- Travel to events to supervise work onsite.
- Look after clients on site.
- Transport displays to exhibition sites and install and dismantle exhibition displays.
- Ensure that project deadlines are met and that project briefs are delivered within budget and to the client’s brief.
- Keep up to date with the latest design trends, programs and technologies.
- Work at office
- Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A)
- Bachelor/Honors in art and design / graphic design/ in.
- You’ll typically have a degree, HND or foundation degree in an art and design-related subject such as: art and design / graphic design/ interior architecture and design/ three-dimensional (3D) design.
- 3 to 5 year(s)
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- Age 25 to 35 years
- Both males and females are allowed to apply
- Working hours are typically 10am to 6pm. However, you may need to work longer hours, including evenings or weekends, particularly in the run up to an exhibition.
- Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills, Microsoft Office.
- Knowledge of computer-based design programs, such as AutoCAD, Autodesk.
- If you have strong design skills, enjoy working collaboratively and can meet.
- Effective leader, motivator, and collaborator
- Comprehensive knowledge of planning systems, scheduling techniques, process management, workflow and team coordination / negotiation / conflict management,
- Proficiency in project pricing, purchasing and vendor negotiations
Compensation & Other Benefits
- T/A, Mobile bill, Weekly 2 holidays
- Salary Review: Yearly
- Lunch Facilities: Partially Subsidize
- Festival Bonus: 2