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EY BMC Agency - Senior Associate - Creatives - Japanese in Taguig City, Philippines

BMC Agency - Senior Associate - Creatives - Japanese

Core Business Services

Requisition # TAG000T7

Post Date 3 days ago

Job Description – Senior Designer (Japanese)

Job Description

Position Summary

The designer produces creative layouts and design for client deliverables requiring conceptualization of ideas in preparation of original art for electronic documents in MS Office

The designer maintains a high level of knowledge on tools and resources used by the firm and constantly evaluates new technologies and tools for adaptation into the team’s work stream

The designer offers conceptual design and production solutions in MS Office with the support of Illustrator

The designer manages routine MS Office design projects from concept through production, effectively prioritizes work, and balances multiple priorities simultaneously to meet client commitments and deadlines

The designer works effectively in a team environment

The designer constantly evaluates new technologies and tools for adaptation into the team’s work stream

The designer works closely with the CSG staff, monitoring the workload, projects and reviewing work products

The designer responsible for evaluating project needs, estimating and approving costs and schedules, communicating standards, and managing expectations

Responsibilities involve seamless service delivery, project resource planning and approval, problem solving, communication with clients and the creation and implementation of processes and procedures

Technical Skills/Tools Requirement

Essential

MS Office – PowerPoint/Word/Excel, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop,

JLPT N2 & above (Japanese language proficiency)

Desirable

Adobe InDesign

Roles and Responsibilities

Essential

Responsible for developing designs and innovative ideas for Japanese client deliverables

Responsible for effectively creating layouts with strong typography and appropriate use of colour, images and fonts, allowing for readability of type both in Japanese and English

Responsible for troubleshooting technical issues in electronic presentations

Effectively participates as a team player in planning, scheduling and production

Maintains awareness of “state-of-the-art” techniques, equipment, best practices and developments within the design community

Responsible for relating design work to the client’s business needs

Self-starter with the ability to understand and transform sketches and verbal ideas into PPT

Understanding of current and future visual trends and proactive approach

Understanding of Japanese cultural development and modern influences

Good understanding of Japanese language and business culture.

Essential (cont’d)

Supports firm brand, understands, implements, and strictly adheres to the quality standards and procedures established by Ernst & Young, including VI and branding guidelines

Excellent team working, communication (comprehend, verbal & written) and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate and persuade

Interacts effectively and positively in a fast-paced environment with a diverse staff, customers, colleagues and vendors, demonstrating tact and diplomacy

May be cross-trained in additional CSG disciplines to provide flexibility during peak times

Desirable

Trains new employees on CSG Operating Standards, the VI standards, Branding and the workflow management tool

Pursues and shares best practices within department and among CSG/SSC staff

Provides support in recruitment and on boarding processes

Performs/Verifies CSG standard electronic file management and archiving

Assists the business development teams and acts as a pursuit team member for major projects

Develops and maintains expertise in use of the delivery tool

Skill Set Requirement Matrix

Technical Competency

Requirement

N/A

FundamentalAwareness

Novice

Intermediate

Advanced

Expert

Microsoft PowerPoint

Essential

ü

Microsoft Word

Essential

ü

Microsoft Excel

Essential

ü

Adobe Illustrator

Essential

ü

Adobe Photoshop

Essential

ü

Adobe InDesign

Desirable

ü

Japanese Language (JLPTN2 & above)

Essential

ü

Operational Competency

Requirement

N/A

FundamentalAwareness

Novice

Intermediate

Advanced

Expert

Creative Quotient

Essential

ü

Communication Skills (Comprehend, Verbal & Written)

Essential

ü

Listening Skills

Essential

ü

Result Oriented

Essential

ü

Time Management

Essential

ü

Customer Focus

Essential

ü

Personal Learning & Development

Desirable

ü

Planning

Desirable

ü

Organising

Desirable

ü

Competency Proficiency Scale

The Proficiency Scale is an instrument used to measure one’s ability to demonstrate a competency on the job. The scale captures a wide range of ability levels and organises them into five steps; from ‘Fundamental Awareness’ to ‘Expert’.

In combination with the Proficiency Map for a specific occupation, an individual can compare their current level of proficiency to top performers in the same occupation. This scale serves as the guide to understanding the expected proficiency level of top performers at each grade level.

Score

ProficiencyLevel

Description

N/A

NotApplicable

You are not required to apply or demonstrate this competency. This competency is not applicable to your position.

1

Fundamental Awareness

(basic knowledge)

You have a common knowledge or an understanding of basic techniques and concepts.

Focus is on learning.

2

Novice

(limited experience)

You have the level of experience gained in a classroom and/or experimental scenarios or as a trainee on-the-job. You are expected to need help when performing this skill.

Focus is on developing through on-the-job experience;

You understand and can discuss terminology, concepts, principles, and issues related to this competency;

You utilise the full range of reference and resource materials in this competency.

3

Intermediate (practical application)

You are able to successfully complete tasks in this competency as requested. Help from an expert may be required from time to time, but you can usually perform the skill independently.

Focus is on applying and enhancing knowledge or skill;

You have applied this competency to situations occasionally while needing minimal guidance to perform successfully;

You understand and can discuss the application and implications of changes to processes, policies, and procedures in this area.

4

Advanced (applied theory)

You can perform the actions associated with this skill without assistance. You are certainly recognised within your immediate organisation as ‘a person to ask’ when difficult questions arise regarding this skill.

Focus is on broad organisational/professional issues;

You have consistently provided practical/relevant ideas and perspectives on process or practice improvements which may easily be implemented;

You are capable of coaching others in the application of this competency by translating complex nuances relating to this competency into easy to understand terms;

You participate in senior level discussions regarding this competency;

You assist in the development of reference and resource materials in this competency.

5

Expert (recognised authority)

You are known as an expert in this area. You can provide guidance, troubleshoot and answer questions related to this area of expertise and the field where the skill is used.

Focus is strategic;

You have demonstrated consistent excellence in applying this competency across multiple projects and/or organisations;

You are considered the ‘go to’ person in this area within NIH and/or outside organisations;

You create new applications for and/or lead the development of reference and resource materials for this competency;

You are able to diagram or explain the relevant process elements and issues in relation to organisational issues and trends in sufficient detail during discussions and presentations, to foster a greater understanding among internal and external colleagues and constituents.

Deliverable – Skill set evaluation comparison

This initiative of skill set evaluation will be rolled out only for the Operations team at this point. Screening by the recruitment team using this evaluation matrix and interview questionnaire will be done during the next phase which would be post the successful implementation of the initiative across all the operations team within BCS.

Example:

Technical Competency

Requirement

RequirementLevels

Recruitment Evaluation

Operations –Round 1 Evaluation

Operations –Round 2 Evaluation

Operations –Probation Evaluation

Microsoft PowerPoint

Essential

Expert

Microsoft Word

Essential

Advanced

Microsoft Excel

Essential

Intermediate

Adobe Illustrator

Essential

Advanced

Adobe Photoshop

Essential

Intermediate

Adobe InDesign

Desirable

Intermediate

Operational Competency

Requirement

RequirementLevels

Recruitment Evaluation

Operations –Round 1 Evaluation

Operations –Round 2 Evaluation

Operations –Probation Evaluation

Creative Quotient

Essential

Advanced

Communication Skills (Comprehend, Verbal & Written)

Essential

Advanced

Listening Skills

Essential

Advanced

Result Oriented

Essential

Intermediate

Time Management

Essential

Intermediate

Customer Focus

Essential

Advanced

Personal Learning & Development

Desirable

Intermediate

Planning

Desirable

Advanced

Organising

Desirable

Intermediate

Job Description – Senior Designer (Japanese)

Job Description

Position Summary

The designer produces creative layouts and design for client deliverables requiring conceptualization of ideas in preparation of original art for electronic documents in MS Office

The designer maintains a high level of knowledge on tools and resources used by the firm and constantly evaluates new technologies and tools for adaptation into the team’s work stream

The designer offers conceptual design and production solutions in MS Office with the support of Illustrator

The designer manages routine MS Office design projects from concept through production, effectively prioritizes work, and balances multiple priorities simultaneously to meet client commitments and deadlines

The designer works effectively in a team environment

The designer constantly evaluates new technologies and tools for adaptation into the team’s work stream

The designer works closely with the CSG staff, monitoring the workload, projects and reviewing work products

The designer responsible for evaluating project needs, estimating and approving costs and schedules, communicating standards, and managing expectations

Responsibilities involve seamless service delivery, project resource planning and approval, problem solving, communication with clients and the creation and implementation of processes and procedures

Technical Skills/Tools Requirement

Essential

MS Office – PowerPoint/Word/Excel, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop,

JLPT N2 & above (Japanese language proficiency)

Desirable

Adobe InDesign

Roles and Responsibilities

Essential

Responsible for developing designs and innovative ideas for Japanese client deliverables

Responsible for effectively creating layouts with strong typography and appropriate use of colour, images and fonts, allowing for readability of type both in Japanese and English

Responsible for troubleshooting technical issues in electronic presentations

Effectively participates as a team player in planning, scheduling and production

Maintains awareness of “state-of-the-art” techniques, equipment, best practices and developments within the design community

Responsible for relating design work to the client’s business needs

Self-starter with the ability to understand and transform sketches and verbal ideas into PPT

Understanding of current and future visual trends and proactive approach

Understanding of Japanese cultural development and modern influences

Good understanding of Japanese language and business culture.

Essential (cont’d)

Supports firm brand, understands, implements, and strictly adheres to the quality standards and procedures established by Ernst & Young, including VI and branding guidelines

Excellent team working, communication (comprehend, verbal & written) and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate and persuade

Interacts effectively and positively in a fast-paced environment with a diverse staff, customers, colleagues and vendors, demonstrating tact and diplomacy

May be cross-trained in additional CSG disciplines to provide flexibility during peak times

Desirable

Trains new employees on CSG Operating Standards, the VI standards, Branding and the workflow management tool

Pursues and shares best practices within department and among CSG/SSC staff

Provides support in recruitment and on boarding processes

Performs/Verifies CSG standard electronic file management and archiving

Assists the business development teams and acts as a pursuit team member for major projects

Develops and maintains expertise in use of the delivery tool

Skill Set Requirement Matrix

Technical Competency

Requirement

N/A

FundamentalAwareness

Novice

Intermediate

Advanced

Expert

Microsoft PowerPoint

Essential

ü

Microsoft Word

Essential

ü

Microsoft Excel

Essential

ü

Adobe Illustrator

Essential

ü

Adobe Photoshop

Essential

ü

Adobe InDesign

Desirable

ü

Japanese Language (JLPTN2 & above)

Essential

ü

Operational Competency

Requirement

N/A

FundamentalAwareness

Novice

Intermediate

Advanced

Expert

Creative Quotient

Essential

ü

Communication Skills (Comprehend, Verbal & Written)

Essential

ü

Listening Skills

Essential

ü

Result Oriented

Essential

ü

Time Management

Essential

ü

Customer Focus

Essential

ü

Personal Learning & Development

Desirable

ü

Planning

Desirable

ü

Organising

Desirable

ü

Competency Proficiency Scale

The Proficiency Scale is an instrument used to measure one’s ability to demonstrate a competency on the job. The scale captures a wide range of ability levels and organises them into five steps; from ‘Fundamental Awareness’ to ‘Expert’.

In combination with the Proficiency Map for a specific occupation, an individual can compare their current level of proficiency to top performers in the same occupation. This scale serves as the guide to understanding the expected proficiency level of top performers at each grade level.

Score

ProficiencyLevel

Description

N/A

NotApplicable

You are not required to apply or demonstrate this competency. This competency is not applicable to your position.

1

Fundamental Awareness

(basic knowledge)

You have a common knowledge or an understanding of basic techniques and concepts.

Focus is on learning.

2

Novice

(limited experience)

You have the level of experience gained in a classroom and/or experimental scenarios or as a trainee on-the-job. You are expected to need help when performing this skill.

Focus is on developing through on-the-job experience;

You understand and can discuss terminology, concepts, principles, and issues related to this competency;

You utilise the full range of reference and resource materials in this competency.

3

Intermediate (practical application)

You are able to successfully complete tasks in this competency as requested. Help from an expert may be required from time to time, but you can usually perform the skill independently.

Focus is on applying and enhancing knowledge or skill;

You have applied this competency to situations occasionally while needing minimal guidance to perform successfully;

You understand and can discuss the application and implications of changes to processes, policies, and procedures in this area.

4

Advanced (applied theory)

You can perform the actions associated with this skill without assistance. You are certainly recognised within your immediate organisation as ‘a person to ask’ when difficult questions arise regarding this skill.

Focus is on broad organisational/professional issues;

You have consistently provided practical/relevant ideas and perspectives on process or practice improvements which may easily be implemented;

You are capable of coaching others in the application of this competency by translating complex nuances relating to this competency into easy to understand terms;

You participate in senior level discussions regarding this competency;

You assist in the development of reference and resource materials in this competency.

5

Expert (recognised authority)

You are known as an expert in this area. You can provide guidance, troubleshoot and answer questions related to this area of expertise and the field where the skill is used.

Focus is strategic;

You have demonstrated consistent excellence in applying this competency across multiple projects and/or organisations;

You are considered the ‘go to’ person in this area within NIH and/or outside organisations;

You create new applications for and/or lead the development of reference and resource materials for this competency;

You are able to diagram or explain the relevant process elements and issues in relation to organisational issues and trends in sufficient detail during discussions and presentations, to foster a greater understanding among internal and external colleagues and constituents.

Deliverable – Skill set evaluation comparison

This initiative of skill set evaluation will be rolled out only for the Operations team at this point. Screening by the recruitment team using this evaluation matrix and interview questionnaire will be done during the next phase which would be post the successful implementation of the initiative across all the operations team within BCS.

Example:

Technical Competency

Requirement

RequirementLevels

Recruitment Evaluation

Operations –Round 1 Evaluation

Operations –Round 2 Evaluation

Operations –Probation Evaluation

Microsoft PowerPoint

Essential

Expert

Microsoft Word

Essential

Advanced

Microsoft Excel

Essential

Intermediate

Adobe Illustrator

Essential

Advanced

Adobe Photoshop

Essential

Intermediate

Adobe InDesign

Desirable

Intermediate

Operational Competency

Requirement

RequirementLevels

Recruitment Evaluation

Operations –Round 1 Evaluation

Operations –Round 2 Evaluation

Operations –Probation Evaluation

Creative Quotient

Essential

Advanced

Communication Skills (Comprehend, Verbal & Written)

Essential

Advanced

Listening Skills

Essential

Advanced

Result Oriented

Essential

Intermediate

Time Management

Essential

Intermediate

Customer Focus

Essential

Advanced

Personal Learning & Development

Desirable

Intermediate

Planning

Desirable

Advanced

Organising

Desirable

Intermediate

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