Motion & Graphic Designer

Ghent, Belgium

30% of food produced is wasted. We are on a mission to change that.

Too Good To Go is a social impact company that reduces food waste by making surplus food from cafes, restaurants and supermarkets available to users. Our users purchase food through an app, collect locally and enjoy knowing they are saving food, money - and the planet!

We’re growing fast with 13 countries currently active and more coming, and we’ve just been named “Europe’s hottest startup 2019”. But here’s what really matters: through our app, we’ve saving one meal per second - currently, that means that more than 24 million meals have been saved from the bin -equalling more than 61 million kgs of CO2 saved!

Sounds like your kind of mission, but what will it entail?

As Motion & Graphic Designer, you will join our Marketing Team in Ghent and be the creative guru we have been waiting for. You will be supporting the Social Media team in creating and executing designs and artwork (think design, animations, movies, etc.) and create designs for internal and external use (for example, our brand new office urgently needs cool branding, but you will also be creating designs of fair stands or other promotion material). Being part of a tightly-knit team, you’ll also support your fellow marketeers in various tasks, including juggling with Dutch-French or English-French translations (hurrah multilingual Belgium). You have a cool idea for a blog post? Well hello you creative content creator! You got it: we're looking for a motion & graphic designer that is also ready to do some French copywriting. Are you this person? Well we will welcome you with open arms in our brand-new office in Ghent (which is just a 10-minute walk from the Sint-Pieters station).

Why you are the Food Waste Warrior we’ve been looking for:

  • Your French is flawless and you are more than comfortable in English. You speak Dutch too? That’s a plus!
  • You have excellent knowledge of Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop (Adobe creative suite) as well as tools to create stunning animations
  • You have a solid knowledge of the graphic design process including design, production procedures and printing
  • Experience in creating (short) video content and animations is a plus
  • You are the kind of crazy that needs the right environment to flourish
  • You are passionate about fighting food waste and a sustainable lifestyle

If you still need more convincing…

You will have the chance and opportunity to be a pioneer in a fast scaling international scale-up with a very real environmental and social impact. Next to cultivating an awesome team culture, we will invest in your personal and professional growth by giving you the chance to work with a diverse mix of talented people and participate in different coaching sessions and workshops. On top of that, we will inspire you to be the best version of yourself by giving you the right balance of freedom and structure, and make sure to bring in a good deal of fun by organizing team events and activities.

In order to have the most positive impact, we encourage our team to travel to the office by public transport: we’ll cover your train or bus fees. You like biking? We’ll also provide you with a subscription to shared bikes (Blue-Bike). And you’re into shared cars too? If you get a subscription for Cambio, we’ll cover the cost of an extra insurance!

And yes, meal vouchers are included (8€ per day), as well as yearly eco cheques of 160€. We’ll provide a phone subscription, one day of homeworking a week, and we’ll make sure you get the rest you deserve with 26 days of paid holidays.

Most importantly, you’ll have the chance to do something that really matters - every day. Every single partner you bring on board saves meals from going to waste. Bellies, not bins!

We know what you’re thinking… where can you send in your application?

Apply in English with your CV and a motivation letter that tells us why we shouldn't want to live without you for a second longer. Don’t hesitate to show us your creative storyteller skills in your letter, and if you want to add your portfolio, great! The deadline is “the sooner the better”.