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Salary:£30000 - £35000 per annum


Are you a talented Retoucher looking to progress? Would you like to join an agency with an enviable list of clients? Do you want to work on exciting projects in a challenging and collaborative agency? If this sounds like you, send your CV on through!

Job Description:

The successful Retoucher will work on images across catalogues, magazines, adverts and more. You'll be working on exciting clients in the world of retail, fashion and beyond. Typically you'll be adhering to tight deadline restraints to produce top quality work.

This Shoreditch based agency is a specialist communications agency with additional offices across the UK and in Europe. They work with a number of the UK's biggest retailers and many of the world's leading consumer brands delivering content across all channels. With a team of experts in every field, they cover content strategy, content creation, content management and content distribution.

What We're Looking For:

As a Retoucher your portfolio will include ‘before and after' retouched images, across catalogues, magazine and adverts. We're looking for someone from an agency background, who is used to the demands of working in a fast paced environment.

To be considered you need to have worked on catalogues and editorial images across fashion, lifestyle and homeware.

To Apply:

If you think this role would suit you, please apply via the link below or call Tommy Castleman on 0203 905 6311 for a confidential discussion about the position.

About Us:

Network Marketing specialises in Marketing, Digital and Creative recruitment across the UK with offices in Leeds, London and Manchester.

Network Marketing 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:

Thomas Castleman

Contact our consultant:

Thomas Castleman