Mach49 is the Growth Incubator for Global Businesses.

We are 100% focused on execution helping companies Disrupting InsideOut™ and Disrupting OutsideIn™ to drive meaningful, sustainable growth for their companies, their people, their communities and the world. Together with our clients we…

  • Launch Ventures leveraging the client’s talent, customers, assets, core competencies to ideate, incubate, accelerate and scale disruptive new ventures
  • Build Incubators that develop client team capability (not dependency) and enable our customers to drive growth for years to come (without us)
  • Do Corporate Venture Investing and Partnering with the discipline embraced by top-tier Venture Capitalists
  • Bring the Silicon Valley Inside building an internal ecosystem equipped to seize the Mothership advantage and beat the startups at their own game.

If you are a creative problem solver with an eye for clean, artful design, outstanding story-telling skills, and an ability to translate complex concepts into digestible visuals, we want to talk to you. Mach49 seeks a Presentation/Storyteller Designer with an interest in UI/UX design.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Collaborate with our internal teams and client teams to develop compelling presentation story lines that tell our clients’ start-up journeys, communicating boldly and clearly
  • Manage the presentation design process from start to finish, including managing feedback, deadlines, and conducting storytelling workshops to help craft the client’s story and message
  • Establish and develop the visual language for each venture presentation that you work on, including templates, fonts, colors, etc. that you will use to design the presentation.
  • Create a library of core assets with modular, reusable presentation design tools that helps to easily and consistently amplify our stories
  • Help to develop and evolve Mach49’s visual language through presentation design; ensure the consistency of the brand and highest quality of design across all Mach49-branded presentations

Education and/or Experience

  • 2-5+ years of relevant work experience, creating presentations
  • Bachelor's degree in Graphic Design or related field, or equivalent work experience
  • Proficiency in Keynote, as well as PowerPoint and Google Slides
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite software (especially Photoshop and Illustrator) 

Qualities

  • You’re strategic, humble, curious, and driven to be part of a high-performing team

  • Able to translate strategic concepts and ideas into compelling visual representations
  • Exceptional storyteller with outstanding presentation design skills
  • Strong graphic design fundamentals (i.e. typography, color theory, hierarchy, contrast, and grid / alignments)
  • Have best-in-class visual design abilities with proven experience in various forms of storytelling
  • Have strong attention to detail – you sweat the details, yet see the forest for the trees
  • Comfortable with ambiguity, and able to work autonomously and as part of a team
  • Politically savvy when working with clients, skilled at knowing when to lead versus when to collaborate
  • Willing to do what it takes to make Mach49 and client teams successful – there is no job too big or too small
  • Resilient and able to take design feedback well
  • Able to work quickly and efficiently in a very fast-paced, multi-task, collaborative environment
  • Willing to be flexible and work when the work is needed, sometimes at odd hours (there are lots of peaks and valleys), knowing that we value work-life balance and will make sure you get rest.
  • Business-savvy and able to understand and keep up with in-depth business conversations and solutions. Previous start-up experience a plus. Experience working within Global 1000 firms is a plus.

We require background and reference checks, that new hires be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and that all associates, clients, and guests who choose to attend in-person Mach49 events provide proof of vaccination and follow local requirements and mask mandates, where allowable. Working together, we can protect our global community.

 

Mach49 is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We’re building a diverse, inclusive, empathetic community where every one of us belongs. A place — not just a workplace — that reflects the people of all races, genders, sexual orientations, national origins, backgrounds, and perspectives who share our world.

 

Physical requirements include ability to communicate effectively in written and oral forms, to listen and hear and/or read on and through electronic devices for extended periods of time. 

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