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Salary:£35000 - £42000 per annum

Location:London

Do you want to join one of the largest Professional Services Firms in the UK with a great reputation for delivering outstanding services and value to its clients? If so this new Designer role is for you!

This international law firm have some of the most respected legal minds in their fields handling legal services for many industries and are currently looking for a Designer to work within their Marketing Communications team to produce high quality and creative print and digital marketing materials that enhance the firm's corporate and employer brand.

You will be responsible for producing corporate branded literature, brochures, flyers, newsletters and advertisements ensuring all items are consistent with the firm's brand and that they adequately reflect the quality of the firm to clients, potential clients and staff.

Additional responsibilities will include working with BD managers internationally to support the adoption and ongoing use of branded templates, ensuring the design templates are followed to deliver consistency internally and externally and assisting the Pursuits team with branded documents and imagery to support "win themes" and create bespoke infographics, structure chats, presentations and placemats.

Along with a thorough print and production knowledge it is essential that you have experience working in Adobe Suite, Word, PowerPoint, Excel and exposure to website content management systems.

If this is something for you please email your CV to Rosie Ward – rosie.w.a4ljoa77259@networkmarketingjobs.aptrack.co.uk or call on 0203 095 6311 for a confidential discussion about the position.

Network Marketing specialises in Marketing, Digital and Strategy recruitment across the UK with offices in Leeds, London and Manchester. All current vacancies are live on our website www.networkmarketingjobs.com or you can follow us on twitter @networknatter.


Contact our consultant:

Rosie Ward


Contact our consultant:

Rosie Ward