RedSprout

Senior Graphic Designer

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Location
Norwich, Norfolk
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
05 Jul 2017
Closes
21 Jul 2017
Industry Sector
Agency, Marketing Agency
Contract Type
Permanent
Work Experience Level
Executive
Agency-side or Client-side
Client Side
Job Role
Graphic Designer

Senior Graphic Designer

We are looking for a senior designer who can really own their craft and is passionate about doing great work and winning awards.We are looking for a senior designer who can really own their craft and is passionate about doing great work and winning awards. They will be great at visual identity and editorial work, working mostly with print design rather than digital.

Your duties would be:

– To take graphic design work from brief to completion amending and re-proofing as necessary, with a wide range of jobs ranging from identity design, advertisements, stationery, brochures, flyers, newsletters, etc.
– To work through design issues e.g. altering artwork, changing formats.
– To prepare artwork in various formats (PDF, Ai, EPS, JPG etc.)
– To manage the in-house digital print work.
– To check client supplied artwork is print ready and advise with client on any issues.
– To work with our web designer on digital design for use on screen.
– To work under own initiative and to deadlines.

What they are looking for from you:

– Provide a portfolio showing an excellent eye for detail, a passion for creativity and a flair for design.
– Be proficient and experienced using Adobe Creative Cloud (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Acrobat Professional).
– Have the ability to adapt and suggest new ideas to fit the client’s needs and to work closely with the client either in meetings, on the phone or by email.
– Have an understanding of imposition and the digital and lithographic printing process.
– Have good organisational skills with the ability to work across multiple tasks and projects.
– Work and communicate well in a team environment.
– Have a good knowledge of Microsoft Office products in particular Word & Excel.