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Junior Designer

  • Junior Designer
  • London
  • £20k - £25k
  • Posted03 January 2017
  • Ref1546389_1483465560
  • ConsultantKate Gabb
  • LocationLondon
  • SectorDesign and Creative
  • Contract TypePermanent
  • PositionJunior Designer
  • Salary£20,000 - £25,000 per annum

Source are currently working with a brilliant social and content digital agency who are looking for a Junior Designer to join their growing team.

The agency work with major global brands and are recognised as one of the best in their field. They are split across three teams which consist of Editorial, Design and Strategy and all work collaboratively across projects from initial concept through to visual completion.

As their junior designer, you would be working closely with the rest of the team across projects, and working directly with clients on these, from ideation stage to final visuals. You will need to have experience working within an agency and working from concept to completion across both campaign and UI work, and be able to articulate and present ideas.

Essential skills:
-Experience designing concept to completion.
-Agency background.
-Campaign and UI design work in portfolio.
-Pitching and presenting experience.

If your experience and portfolio match up, please do get in touch with your CV and portfolio; or refer someone and potentially earn yourself £250!

Kate Gabb
Kate Gabb

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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