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MW Designer

Salary:£18000 - £25000 per annum


Due to some exciting new business wins and fantastic new projects, we're looking for a Designer to join this Leeds agency.

Specialising in creating memorable customer experiences for brands across the sports, leisure and retail sector they work with some fantastic clients!

Job Description:

This Designer position role will be an addition to the existing creative team. You'll produce print and digital design for a mix of projects that cover experiential, promotional marketing, sponsorship and advertising.

Your portfolio will show a mix of work that demonstrates your experience which should include nice typography, layout and identities for a variety of projects which may include print and digital.

The role will be around 70% traditional print design and 30% digital, where you'll design content for social media posts.

What We're Looking For:

You'll have some agency experience, be used to a fast paced studio and will be responsible for producing high end print and digital projects.

With a keen eye for detail and excellent communications skills you'll take instruction well and be a real team player.

The agency have a hard working, but fun culture and enjoy a beer or two on a night out!

To Apply:

If you think this role would suit you, please apply via the link below or call Emma Thomson on 0113 2183550 for a confidential discussion about the position.

We respond to all CVs so you will hear back from us within the next couple of days.

About Us:

The Book is the sister company of Network Marketing and specialises in creative and digital recruitment for agencies and in-house creative studios throughout the UK.

The Book is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age

Contact our consultant:

Emma Thomson

Contact our consultant:

Emma Thomson