Cookies notice

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on the Source and Lipton Fleming website. If you continue without changing your settings we'll assume you are happy to receive cookies. You can read more about our cookies policy at any time.



Creative Artworker

  • Creative Artworker
  • London
  • £30k - £35k
  • Posted09 February 2018
  • Ref1552389_1518176643
  • ConsultantSophie Thwaites
  • LocationLondon
  • SectorDesign and Creative
  • Contract TypePermanent
  • PositionCreative Artworker
  • Salary£30,000 - £35,000 per annum

Creative Artworker - London - £30,000 - £35,000pa

Source LF are working with a great client-side brand, who is looking for a talented Creative Artworker to join their fast-paced internal creative team!

This client is a really beautiful lifestyle brand, so they are looking for someone with beautiful craft and a good eye for layout and design.

Responsibilities of the Creative Artworker:
*Concept, design and artwork of all POS material
*Create all packaging artwork from house templates
*Manage the workflow for all print and digital artwork
*Work closely with the Buying Team to ensure that the product packaging and direction is integrated

Requirements of the Creative Artworker:
*Come form a client-side background - ideally homewares or fashion
*Good eye of layout and design - detail orientated
*Great Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign knowledge
*Work across print and digital format
*Ability to work within brand guidelines

If you have a good amount of experience as a Creative Artworker and you are looking to take a step up in your career to a mid-weight level then get in touch now!!!

Sophie Thwaites
Sophie Thwaites

She's our Digital Creative and Design Associate Consultant.

After joining the recruitment industry in my first role, I was confident I’d found the right path for me!  I find it so rewarding placing people into their dream role and there is no where better to learn the industr...

Read More....

More jobs from Sophie
Overall our clients rate our accuracy