Bain & Company is recognised as one of the top international management consultancy firms. We assist major corporations worldwide with strategy formulation, acquisitions, organisational design and performance improvement. Bain & Company is consistently ranked in the top 10 of best places to work.
The role is to manage delivery of graphics services for a defined set of offices within approved service levels and budget. The Graphics Manager plans and delivers capacity to service supported offices for each service line and coordinates with other managers (regionally and globally) to optimize service levels and capacity utilization.
The Graphics Manager manages delivery of Graphics training according to global standards, in close collaboration with the Senior Manager, Regional Graphics and Manager, Global Graphics Training and Technology. Defines requirements for production tools required to deliver services (e.g., dispatch, dashboard…).
In addition to the leadership role, the Graphics Manager is expected to provide graphics services to supported offices for an allocation of their time agreed with the manager.
Key performance indicators are (non-exclusive list):
The Graphics Manager is expected to operate fluently in English (C2 level). Fluency in additional languages is desirable, but not required for the role.
Responsibilities & Duties:
Graphics Service Delivery
Induction for new hires
Training and PD
ESPRIT and staff motivation
 CORE Graphics: Standard slide format for general day-to-day presentations (case team work, client proposals, and internal Bain presentations), delivery of message-based content with highly standardized look and feel (variable information density, rich with content for leave behind purposes).
 PLUS Graphics: Tailored slide design, image/media-rich, high-stakes Bain/Client situations (advised and designed exclusively by trained Graphics experts for senior client audiences, workshops and major events. PLUS is focused on presenter-led storytelling, supported by bold, emotive, compelling visuals rather than content heavy slides.