Digital Designer - Start Up
- Digital Designer - Start Up
- £25k - £35k
- Posted05 October 2016
- ConsultantKate Gabb
- SectorDesign and Creative
- Contract TypePermanent
- PositionDigital Designer - Start Up
- Salary£25,000 - £35,000 per annum
We are currently working with a growing startup company who provide homeowners with high-tech and sustainable energy solutions. They are looking for a Digital Designer to join and build up the design team from scratch. It's a role that would offer the utmost opportunity and enable you to design and develop concepts and work on them through to completion, alongside developing the brand and encapsulating their vision.
The role itself would require you to design responsively across platform, work across layouts, marketing, emails, newsletters and a whole range of other media. Due to the startup environment, you would be working on a variety of projects at once, as well as mentoring the expanding team.
-Design and develop the brand.
-Work closely with the Head of Marketing on a variety of visual output.
-Hire and build the design team.
-Work on creative concepts through to project completion.
-Design exciting and innovative concepts that can be applied across platform
-Experience working within a fast paced environment.
-Proficiency within the Adobe Suite.
-Experience working with HTML/CSS.
-Strong conceptual ideas that can be carried through to project completion.
This startup are expanding and want someone who can hit the ground running whilst coming up with great ideas and carry them through. If you are looking for a step up ad want responsibility, variation and a buzz, then get in touch with your CV and portfolio.
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 ...
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