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Creative Artworker


The Agency

Proper, grown-up, thinking man’s brand agencies are few and far between but this lot certainly are one. With a history stretching back some 30+ years, they’re one of the most established names in the city and the raft of awards they’ve picked up in that time boggles the mind. There’s is a name that’ll stand out on anyone’s CV.

The job

They’ve already got some of the best thinkers in the business, delivering some of the most intelligent and effective brand communications out there – this role is all about maximising that through razor sharp, accurate and efficient artwork.

Day to day work covers every aspect of design communications – both print and digital. You’ll be retouching photography, setting type, taking existing guides and laying out brochures and email campaigns, updating and amending websites. They’ll be artwork for packaging and POS, image sourcing and planning …the list goes and you’ll be all about making sure standards are kept high, every time a job leaves the studio.

What you’ll need

Prior experience in a similar job is a must but we’re open minded as to how much. It’s likely you’ll have been an artworker in another agency but if not, show me you can deliver top-notch artwork, across a range of communications and I’ll be more than happy to talk.

You’ll be an artworker that’s dynamite on the mac. Photoshop, in-design and illustrator will be your tools of choice and we’re hoping you’ll know your way around Word, Excel and Powerpoint too.

You’ll be ambitious, driven and you’ll relish being part of a team that strives to deliver the very best creativity.

The reward

A decent salary for sure; pensions, good holidays, free parking, inspirational trips, cycle-to-work, beer, company lunches …but more than that, this is your chance to become a fundamental part of one finest agencies in the city. If you think you’re up to the challenge, I can’t wait to hear from you.


Name: Darren
Telephone: 07967 129802
Published: 16th March, 2017