Middleweight Graphic Designer

5 days left

England, City of London, London
£30000 - £40000 per annum
27 Jun 2017
25 Jul 2017
Tomorrow Recruitment
Branding, Graphics
Contract Type
Part Time

An exciting opportunity has arisen within a design/branding studio based in a vibrant part of London. They're looking for a creatively-driven designer, with strategic insight, and at a level where they can feel comfortable running design projects from concept to execution.

This studio offers a positive and collaborative environment, an upbeat and welcoming atmosphere and the opportunity to work across a diverse range of projects covering brand creation, experiential, creative campaigns and much more.

The ideal candidate for this role will:

  • Have a portfolio that demonstrates strong creative thinking and innovative graphic design.

  • Have an eagerness to learn and continually improve

  • Be versatile as a designer, able switch to working with clients from varying sectors.

  • Be confident and comfortable presenting creative ideas.

  • Be strategically aware and value it's importance.

  • Have basic motion skills (would be a + but not essential)

Key responsibilities:

  • Develop creative work

  • Ensure the highest standards of creativity are maintained

  • Own the creative development of projects

  • Support the Creative Director

If you're excited by this opportunity to join a talented and close-knit team where you can work on a multitude of brand-centric projects, please get in touch with your CV and portfolio (max 5MB) to be considered for this role

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