IT & Internet
£30,000 to £50,000 Per Annum
2D Creative Artworker
£30k - £50k depending on experience
3 days a week from their studio and 2 flexible days
My client is looking to hire a mid-senior creative artworker to join their medium sized team in a challenging, exciting and creative environment.
You will have the opportunity to work with great brands on interesting projects; seeing your work 'go live' in the on-site workshop within a very short space of time.
The role will involve:
- 2D Design & Artworking for exciting concept designs for window displays and retail spaces - from POS to large scale facade takeovers
- Preparing large format print files for window rollouts over multiple stores
- Graphic design & artworking of vector files for cut vinyl
- Supporting the wider design team delivering artwork for multiple projects
- Building design presentations - guidelines, toolkits & specification packs for production
- Retouching images for social media and marketing purposes
- Ideally a minimum of 3 years experience in artworking/2D design, with a focus on preparing artwork for print
- A graphic design based bachelor’s degree or equivalent
- Knowledge and experience working in retail design, set design or visual merchandising
- Expert knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite - Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign
- A meticulous eye for detail
- Sketchup is a bonus
- Motion graphics / animation skills in after effects or similar / video editing is a bonus
Some of the Benefits:
- Workplace pension
- 20 Days holiday + min 3 extra days at Christmas + Bank Holidays
- 0.5 Paid days off per month to get inspired
- International research budgets and trips
- All you can eat YCN creative professional learning membership
- Spill mental health support
They currently work a hybrid model; 3 days a week from their East London studio and 2 flexible days. Normal working hours are 9 am - 6 pm but flexible working hours and days are available.
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