This multi-disciplined packaging agency thinks differently – they look to challenge and innovate by crafting imaginative and sustainable creative solutions that guarantee success.
Their skilled team deliver diverse and strategic thinking, working to forge bright futures for some of the biggest names out there!
This is a brilliant opportunity for an Adaptive Designer/Creative Artworker to grow and flourish within a supportive environment, with a collaborative and social team around them.
What’s on Offer?
£35,000 – £45,000
25 days holiday
Pension and healthcare plans
Lots of learning and development opportunities
Exciting mix of projects and work
Friendly, sociable team
Global client list
Building the bridge between the production and design teams, you’ll work your magic on a range of project rollouts, always ready to roll up your sleeves and get really stuck into each brief, identifying challenges and solving problems along the way.
Accurate and consistent, you’ll collaborate with the designers to understand a client’s needs and make their ideas pop. You’ll work closely with production to ensure that deliverables are completed on time, within guidelines, and most importantly, to the highest quality!
A hard worker and a pro multitasker, you’re someone who can wear many hats – meeting anything that comes your way with enthusiasm and determination.
What We’re Looking For
Confident and collaborative, we’re looking for the perfect combination of a ‘can-do’ attitude, a flexible approach and a self-starter mindset!
We need someone who is creative and steady, with a good few years of experience working in a retail or creative environment – you’re more than able to meet deadlines and prioritise work efficiently but you’re also excited to work with some big names, creating work to truly be proud of.
It’s important that you have plenty of FMCG experience, so we want to see examples of product rollouts within your portfolio, as well as your keen eye for detail and your passion for branding. If you’ve worked on projects for both the UK and the US markets, this would be a real bonus!Email