Peluang Kerja Diploma di eFUSION; 2D & 3D Artist

16 Maret 2008


Company Description

We are the Web and Mobile 2.0 strategists.
Our focus is to Strategise, Design and Build and lastly, to Operate and Evolve.
Our main expertise is building web and mobile platforms.
eFUSION is about providing a place for learning and growth. A place to enrich your personal & working lives.
It's about creating an environment where we can bring out the best in you. It's about delivering world class products and services.
Making positive contributions to the customers we serve.
We are looking for an experience 2D/3D designer to work alongside our web developers and programmers on projects related to Google Map and Google Earth.

Visit our website :

2D & 3D Artist

General Requirements:

Minimum Diploma in creative and design related studies and have a solid grasp of 2D and 3D design principles.
Min. 2 years experience in 2D and 3D design is compulsory.
* Have heard and use/engage Google Map or Google Earth.
* Possess practical experience in 3D Studio Max, Sketch up, Maya, Freehand, Illustrator
* Must possess other design skills like website design, flash action-scripting or any other design skills.
* Some knowledge in web-programming is an advantage.
* Must show the design portfolios
* Must be able to speak and understand English well.
* Team player with a positive working attitude and good interpersonal skills
* Must be able to work independently.
* Able to interact effectively with users at all levels and deliver within tight deadlines

Interested applicants are invited to send or email a detailed resume, stating qualifications, experience, current and expected salaries, as well as availability together with a non-returnable photograph to the following address:

PT eFusion
Merpati Building 2nd Floor
Jl. Angkasa Blok B 15 Kav.2 -3
Kemayoran, Jakarta Pusat

Subject : 2D & 3D Artist
We regret that only short listed candidates would be notified.

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