A belter of an agency is expanding its creative studio and is looking to hire a Graphic Designer.
With offices scattered across the UK, this integrated agency is really making a name for themselves and boasts a number of accolades, which they should be shouting from the rooftops about! Over the years, they’ve managed to build a vibrant and talented team who love seeing campaigns come together, and the smile spread across the faces of their clients when they see that the work they’ve produced has gone towards achieving their business goals.
Speaking of clients, they’ve got a substantial amount from both the B2B and B2C sector and they’re proud of the clients that they work with and the work they put together, which we can’t blame them for! As soon as you step into the role of Graphic Designer, you’ll take the creative lead for the Birmingham agency and, together with another Designer, will be using your creative flair to bring design and branding projects to life for a number of different industries. Projects will include print and digital, so you’ll be using your creative know-how to design pieces that work across all mediums which includes website pages, web banners, social media graphics, flyers, leaflets, and posters.
What we’re looking for
Obviously, creativity must come naturally to you and commercial design experience is a must. It would be ideal if you had gained this experience in a creative design studio or advertising/branding agency. You’ll need a sparkling portfolio that is brimming with examples of digital and print work which shows how well you can work with different industries and translate briefs into eye-catching pieces.
You’ll need to know the Adobe Creative Suite like the back of your hand, and a background in animation software would be the icing on the cake – it would be a real advantage if you had knowledge of software such as After Effects and Animate.
What’s on offer?
What’s not on offer?! You’ll be joining a fab team, where you will be appreciated and will have the opportunity to hone and develop your skills as the agency is hugely interested in your development and do like to invest in training. Salary wise, you’ll be offered a salary between £28,000 and £35,000 (depending on your level of experience) and will be offered 25 days holiday as well as corporate away days! If you’d like a confidential chat about the role, please do pick up the phone and speak to Debra or if you’ve heard all you need to know and are interested in applying, send your CV and portfolio across to us via the link.Apply for role