What is your role at Keypath, and what does a day in the life of you here at work look like?
UI/UX/digital and graphic designer.
Our designers work closely with other members of the Marketing team (SEO, PPC, marketing managers, and content) on all of our university partner projects. Our days are varied and can include new website design and builds, creating social media animations and advertising, content updates, print and graphic design materials, user testing, wireframing and UX design.
What is the most important skill someone in your job needs?
Communication, organisation, attention to detail, adaptability and the potential to up-skill and evolve your toolkit.
Out of Keypath’s four core values, which resonates with you most and why? (be inventive, collaborate, lifelong learner, committed)
Lifelong learner: I enjoy the challenge of adapting to change within my field – so this resonates with me quite strongly. As a designer/developer you are always learning new software and tools to stay relevant in an ever changing industry.
How has Keypath aided your professional development or growth as a person?
We have a very supportive and inspired/hardworking team. In this sense, I have felt encouraged to grow my skill set with further education.
How does your role help our students succeed?
We create user-friendly websites and other documents/assets that help students find information on the courses they want to study. Giving them insights into what it's like to study online, how to get in touch with student advisors and to further their education.
What’s your favourite thing about working at Keypath?
I had worked in contract roles previously for several years, which means I have experienced many work environments. Keypath does stand out as having a very good inclusive, diverse and progressive culture. I really love the people I work with and education is an amazing industry.
If you are interested in joining the team at Keypath Education Australia, visit our current job listings on Seek here.