- Mid-Weight Designer
- £30k - £35k
- Posted07 October 2016
- ConsultantLiz Jones
- SectorDesign and Creative
- Contract TypePermanent
- PositionMid-Weight Designer
- Salary£30,000 - £35,000 per annum
Mid-Weight Integrated Designer - Communications Agency - London - Up to £35K
London based communications agency are on the look out for a talented Mid-Weight Designer to join their innovative team. You will be a huge asset to the design team as you will support them with any outstanding projects. Work will be a range of projects from high impact visual solutions and presentations to publications, digital concepts and much more.
·Produce beautiful eye catching design in line with the agencies reputation
·Support the design team on any outstanding projects
·Work collaboratively with other members of the team
·Be curious and push your ideas forward
What they are looking for:
·Experience in a editorial and presentation design
·Beautiful crafted work displayed in your portfolio
·Good eye for typography, layout and fine detail
·Excellent skills within Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator and PowerPoint
·Ability to work quickly under tight deadlines and high pressure
·Illustration skills would be a bonus though not essential
This is a fantastic opportunity if you are a budding Junior Designer with standout experience and excellent Creative Suite skills to make your mark and grow within the company. If your experience, skill set and drive matches this opening please do not hesitate to send me over your CV and portfolio. Equally if it is of interest to someone else in your network let me know and earn yourself a £250 referral fee.
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