- £45k - £55k
- Posted14 October 2016
- ConsultantKate Gabb
- SectorDesign and Creative
- Contract TypePermanent
- Salary£45,000 - £55,000 per annum
Lead Creative Designer
Source are currently working with a brilliant social and content agency who work with massive global brands.
There are currently 35 in agency at the moment made up of three teams:
Within these teams they have designers, artworkers, creative services (PM), tech and strategists. They are also looking to grow a UX team early next year.
They have also just opened an office in the US and expansion is on the cards.
They describe themselves as a small agency who do big work!
They are looking for a Lead Creative Designer to join the Editorial team and work closely with the Design Lead and work collaboratively with him across all projects.
They want someone with a creative background, someone who is all about the ideation and processes - someone who can develop concepts and work alongside the design team to visual completion and create brilliant digital work.
They need someone who can work directly with clients, whether it be on shoots, design or video and who can articulate their creative ideas brilliantly and apply these across platform.
Within the Editorial Team that this role sits in, the designer would be taking a brief from the Managing Editor and then work with the Design team to create the concept / visual solution. Each project is totally different so there's plenty of variation as to the output of work!
The culture is great, everyone gets fully involved and it's a flat hierarchy which means everyone's ideas are heard and recognised.
They have a beer trolley, pool table, and loads of cool techy things going on too that everyone is able to utilise.
She's our Digital Creative and Design Permanent Consultant.
I specialise in the fabulous world of Digital Designers and Creatives on a permanent basis. With experience within digital recruitment and also in the design industry as a Designer, I fully understand my clients and candidates ...
Email Kate: firstname.lastname@example.org
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