An innovative strategic communications agency based in North Yorkshire, who thrive on their unique approach to improving their clients employee engagement.
As an agency who focus on employee empowerment, they really know how to look after their team. Going from strength to strength they’re now looking to expand, making this is an exciting time to join!
As a Middleweight Designer you will bring your ready-to-go creative mind to the table.No idea’s a bad idea - so we want someone who’ll put their hand up when they have one. Strategic thinking is key, this agency are looking to elevate campaigns from developing toolkits to producing captivating video concepts.
Working alongside some big brand names, there’s a huge mix of clients, from leaders in fashion through to big names in the financial services and also high end car manufacturers. So there is plenty of variety on offer here!
These guys are a talented bunch of creatives, who really care about what they do! They’re driven by a successful team, and as collaboration plays a huge part here, a team player attitude will get you far.
What We’re Looking For
We’re looking for a Designer with at least 2 years under their belt, someone who can demonstrate their problem solving skills through a strong portfolio showcasing strategy and concept, and a proven track record of successfully implemented change. Experience working on animations would be an added bonus!
As an enthusiastic ideas person, you’re brimming with new ways to deliver creative concepts across a varied skill set. As this is a collaborative agency, you’ll also be confident communicating your ideas and thought processes to the wider team.
We’re really looking for someone to take charge of established brands, and craft beautiful designs with exciting outcomes!
What’s On Offer?
Salary- £24,000 - 30,000
A generous benefits package- these people care about their employees
Annual bonus (up to 10% of salary)
Working alongside a supportive and successful team
An agency that has their heart in the right place- with a % of their profits going to charity