ABOUT THE ROLE:
We’re looking for a scrappy but disciplined creative problem solver who is passionate about the intersection of learning and development, business and technology. With tens of millions of users and billions of learning interactions, Udemy is one of the world’s largest learning platforms, aiming to improve lives through learning.
Reporting directly to the senior visual designer, you will work to support Udemy for Business brand and its marketing efforts. You will have a significant opportunity to join at an early stage as we evolve and establish the UFB brand and its visual language, and be the bridge between the business team and the brand.
The ideal candidate is a skilled and open communicator; comfortable giving and receiving feedback, setting expectations, present and defend design rationales to stakeholders. S/he thinks strategically but also able to execute tactically, and is a believer of the iterative and collaborative creative process. The person in this role has experience working within the confines of brand guidelines, is process-driven and very meticulous with creating assets for a wide range of channels. S/he is interested in B2B marketing and branding. Most importantly, s/he has a passion for learning.
You will start off owning the production design of key marketing collateral, and as you familiarize yourself with the business you will work with the senior designer to solidify and extend the UFB brand across all visual touchpoints.
ABOUT UDEMY FOR BUSINESS
At Udemy, we believe anyone can build the life they imagine through online learning. Today, more than 24 million students around the world are advancing their careers and passions by mastering new skills on Udemy. Through our global marketplace, we connect lifelong learners around the world to the largest selection of online courses created by expert instructors, and we’re just getting started.
Udemy for Business (UFB), is Udemy’s enterprise offering. Our mission is to help employees do whatever comes next. We’re helping companies like PayPal, Lyft, Booking.com, Capgemini, and Century 21 to solve the critical skills gap that teams increasingly face, whether it’s the latest technical skills, marketing & sales, leadership soft skills, and more. And we’re just getting started.