Pedestrian Group/freelance


Posted 21 Dec 2022

Closes 1 Feb 2023

We’re on the hunt for freelance Graphic Designers with a passion for conceptual design and our brands. Working across PEDESTRIAN.TV, VICE, Refinery29, The Chainsaw, Open Air Cinemas, Lifehacker, Gizmodo and Kotaku.

This role reports to our head of Design, and sits within our Studio team led by our Creative Director.

Who we need:

An autonomous and creative problem solver
Commercial savviness to swiftly create dynamic pitch and presentation assets
A strong digital portfolio and understanding of digital assets and products including display ad units
A confident communicator

What we want to see:

Your online portfolio
Illustrations if you have them
Proven presentation and proposal design skills
Confidence of the design process from brief > concept > final delivery
An awareness of youth media and our brands


Adobe Creative Suite (Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign) Figma and Google Slides
Great time management and ability to manage your own schedule and deadlines
Ability to follow art direction and feedback from clients and in-house management.
Celtra or VEV major bonus
Illustration skills are a major bonus

Additional Information

We embrace all aspects of diversity & inclusion and are committed to creating a workplace which reflects the incredibly diverse customers, audiences and communities we serve.

Please Note:

Unrestricted Australian working rights are required for this position. Only Australian Citizens / PR Holders may apply.
Disclaimer: We do not accept unsolicited agency resumes and are not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.

*About Pedestrian Group*

Pedestrian Group is Australia’s leading youth-centred publisher, reaching a unique audience of more than 4.16 million Aussies per month, and more 18 to 39-year-olds than any other publisher. It’s home to PEDESTRIAN.TV, VICE Australia, Refinery29 Australia, Business Insider Australia, Lifehacker Australia, Gizmodo Australia, Kotaku Australia, The Chainsaw, as well as the American Express Open Air Cinemas. It’s wholly owned by Nine, Australia’s largest and most diverse media company.