Graphic Designer

Posted By: ETASHA Society


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Information Technology

Livelihood/Skills Development

Job Description

Timings: 9:00am – 6:00pm, Monday - Saturday

Location: South Delhi

Are you a creative graphic designer, looking for a value-creating assignment that helps you evolve with the job? Then ETASHA Society’s position of Graphic Designer may be exactly what you are looking for.

Job Profile:

ETASHA Society is looking for a Graphic Designer to support the dynamic work we do both online and offline. The candidate will develop online and offline collateral to connect with, engage and enrol important stakeholders like donors, volunteers, partners, ETASHA trainee, alumnietc.

Overall Responsibilities:

As a Graphic Designer you must be able to generate ideas and concepts as per a brief and / or requirement, prepare design plans and execute them. Requirements may include marketing material, banners, logos, illustrations, layouts, screen compositions, design for animations, labels, etc and iterations of the same in line with feedback. You must possess strong composition, colour and design, typography and layout skills. You must have good awareness of design trends, what is current in digital marketing and graphic design, possess good knowledge of tools and technology and have a good aesthetic sense. You should also be a good team player and be able to work with other teams for implementation of designs.

You will work with graphic design software to produce attractive and informative collateral:

• Design and create overall look and feel for ETASHA’s brand portfolio (brochure, newsletter, e-mails etc).

• Understand creative briefs, prepare rough drafts and present creative ideas as per brand guidelines.

• Think creatively and develop new design concepts, graphics and layouts as per requirements.

• Work as part of a team with several teams.

• Work with a wide range of media and design software.

Desired Skills and Experience

• Must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, InDesign, 2D Animation, Graphic Design, Illustrator and Photoshop

• Min. 1 year of work experience.

• Ability to interact, communicate and present ideas.

• Proven graphic designing experience.

• Must have excellent aesthetic sense.


Founded in 2006, ETASHA Society is a not-for-profit organization working to skill underprivileged communities for sustained employment and income generation. We envision a future where every Indian is self-reliant, has self-worth and leads a dignified and productive life. We work with youth in low-income communities and their ecosystem to empower with the skills, confidence and mindset required for modern-day work environments. The end-goal is to develop an ecosystem where skills are valued and respected, and people work with dignity and self-respect.

ETASHA Society’s success has been shaped by its team. Our members share a strong passion for helping and mentoring young minds from underprivileged communities. We not only seek candidates who share the same passion as we do but are also driven by new ideas to work better as a team and touch more lives. At ETASHA Society, you can expect a work culture strongly characterized by enthusiasm and energy.

ETASHA provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.


Interested candidates please share your latest resume with link to portfolio/design sample attachments at

Eligibility Criteria

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Organization Details

  • Organization Name:ETASHA Society
  • About Organization:ETASHA’s programmes are focussed on different segments of the community including adolescents, teachers, women, families, school systems, other Vocational Training Providers and the community at large. We don’t just work on skill-development, but on bringing about a positive mindset change in the individual and in the community for sustained employment and income generation.