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Artworker

Salary:£28000 - £32000 per annum

Location:Watford

Do you have an eye for the detail in retail? Could you create quality integrated artwork for a household name? Do you want the freedom to contribute your own ideas and be actively innovative? If the boxes are ticked, give apply now a click!

Job Description:

This revolutionary shopper agency are looking for someone who can take responsibility for a breadth of design projects, and deliver on time, the market leading work they have become renowned for. The role will test your integrated capabilities and will provide you with the platform to craft your creativity.

As an Integrated Artworker you will be responsible for advocating fresh design trends, identifying new opportunities to utilise the latest technologies and overseeing a talented team of creatives. Working closely with your ingenious resources you'll provide your innovative opinion to national campaigns.

What We're Looking For:

Having worked on integrated shopper projects with a particular focus on in store campaigns is an essential remit. You need to have been deeply involved with POS, Print, and digital media and be comfortable contributing comprehensively to creative briefings.

From a technical perspective, experts in Adobe Creative Suite and Dreamweaver are required whereas knowledge of HTML5, CSS3 and responsive web design are an advantage.

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 specializes 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:

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Contact our consultant:

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