Jobstudent - Graphical designer

Komatsu is the 2nd largest worldwide manufacturer of construction, mining and utility equipment, and also delivers forest machines and logistics.

Working at Komatsu means being part of an international company which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Amongst competitors Komatsu is known to be the most innovative company in the industry.

At this moment, we are looking for a Graphical Designer (job student during summer).

Jobstudent - Graphical designer

As graphical designer you are part of Komatsu Europe’s Training team and support in the development of attractive and visual training material. Together with the Training team you will be responsible for the creation of elearning and training material in which your graphical design skills will be the added value.

Areas of responsibility

  • Transform existing training material into attractive and visual kits by adding images, visual and edited photographs
  • Design graphics in the corporate branding style
  • Support the Trainers, Product managers and Marketing teams with visual content
  • Edit photographs, static as 360° images
  • Transform powerpoint presentation into elearning material with an additional input of graphical design


  • Degree or upcoming degree in graphical design
  • Experience with creation, design edit skills, graphical transformation
  • Knowledge of design graphical programs (eg. Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat, Première Pro and Aftereffect are all plus)
  • Knowledge of elearning software packages (Articulate) is a plus
  • You can transform abstract ideas into concrete graphical output
  • You are a creative thinker who can express their own input and creativity but as well follow up clear instructions and develop designs within the corporate brand strategy
  • You have affinity to training concepts and instructional approaches
  • You are available for a couple of weeks during summer

Are you the professional we are looking for?

If so, please send your CV and cover letter to to the attention of Evelien Vanderstappen