This is the type of role that every Designer should jump at. Amazing, household brand clients, family-friendly environment, superb opportunities for development and learning.
Our client is looking to appoint 1, or possibly 2, Designers to their small, but hugely creative team. Their clients are simply massive names within automotive, B2B global leaders as well as public sector clients such as the NHS. As an agency, they’re full service offering everything from POS work for exhibitions to digital collateral and social media pieces.
Like many clients, they’re receiving a large uptake in the number of projects they’re receiving from clients to work on video projects and so they need to bolster this skillset within the team. But, you won’t just work on video, you’ll be a designer for the agency happy to turn your hand to offline projects requiring strong layout skills, to static pdf pieces for websites. The pandemic has been kind to them and they’ve actually increased their workload and are currently at full capacity. It’s very exciting times.
What we’re looking for:
Obviously, your CV is going to be littered with the words Video and AfterEffects (if it isn’t, you’re unlikely to get an interview!) but it will also demonstrate your creativity as will your portfolio. This client is being hugely flexible with background, so you could have graduated this year and have a couple of internships under your belt or you could have been working for a couple of years already and that could be from agency or an inhouse department which has a variety of work.
Attitude is going to be super-important as well; this is the type of role lots of people would give a lot for, so it’s important you can show dedication and interest!
What’s on Offer?
There’s so much potential in this role it’s truly breath-taking – if you’re not the finished article but have the basic skills, they’ll train. If you are the finished article, the clients that you’ll work on should be enough to sway you! They’re an agency which treats their employees like grown-ups, with no clock-watching and savvy planning to avoid consistent late night finishes, and whilst they’re Grade II listed home is undergoing a huge refurb currently you won’t have to be there every day of the week, probably 3 days.
They are in a rural village location (plenty of pubs for socialising when it’s allowed), so if you don’t drive it could be very tricky unfortunately. Salary is between £18-25,000 (please don’t expect the £25k if you’ve only a smidge of experience, you’ll need to learn more and progress to get that promotion). Please send a cv and some recent examples of your work for the attention of Emma Tee.
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