Published on July 20th, 2012 | by Amy Edwards0
Bubble Wrap-Up: Top 5 Creative Design Vacancies
By Amy @BubbleJobs
It’s Friday afternoon which can only mean one thing… yep, it’s time for the latest addition of the legendary Bubble Wrap-Up. Designed to keep you up to date with the latest vacancies in a particular niche, our weekly Bubble Wrap-Up is an essential read for anyone looking to break into the digital industry or anyone looking to take the next step up the digital career ladder.
As you’ve probably guessed by our super-descriptive title, this week’s Bubble Wrap-Up is all to do with the latest creative design positions – you know, the creative, artsy, designery type roles which are imperative to the look and design of a brand? Yep, we’ve decided to step away from the marketing/developing side of things this week and take the plunge into the more artistic side of the digital industry.
Can’t wait to see them? OK, without further ado, let us present to you the top 5 creative design vacancies to have graced the pages of Bubble this week.
First up, Firebrand Talent are looking for a Creative Artworker to work in the busy production teams of one of their South West London agency clients. The successful candidate will be responsible for creating and producing print ready artwork from creative concepts and will work closely with the Creative team to develop ideas from briefs. This agency produces everything from multi-million DM runs to Internal Communication messaging and truck branding so versatility is the name of the game. Like the sound of this? To be in the running you’ll need extensive agency experience within design and artworking, a full knowledge of the design process and print production and most importantly, creative flair and meticulous attention to detail.
Next up our friends at The Fix Creative are on the hunt for a new Digital Designer for a full service agency in Southampton. If you want to expand your skills, be challenged and build digital solutions that really make a difference to people then this role could be the perfect fit. The right candidate for this role will be a bright, enthusiastic designer and an inspiring perfectionist with at least 3 years digital design experience and a strong portfolio of work. They’ll also have all the standard digital UI design skills in their toolkit along with a good knowledge of key tools like Photoshop and InDesign. Still interested? Get applying today!
Fancy a new Online Creative Manager job? cranberry panda could have just the ticket! Yep, cranberry panda are recruiting for a new Online Creative Manager for an established British multichannel retailer. Located in London, the successful candidate will be responsible for managing the company’s online creative, ensuring the best customer service experience is achieved. Key tasks include working with and leading a team of designers, testing new creative ideas in the market and leading the strategy and development for the online presentation of the brand across various channels. To be considered for this particular vacancy you’ll need previous experience in a similar role, team, budget and project management experience and a strong understanding and experience with web design/creative ideas.
Next in line, Monarch Recruitment are searching for a new Creative Lead – Senior UX designer for one of their London-based clients. Working for a major worldwide brand agency, the right candidate will work across all digital projects across all brands and will be responsible for scoping out and planning design work through simple wire-framing techniques and generating fresh creative concepts. Sound like a nice job? To in the running you’ll need an extensive portfolio which demonstrates strong, branded designs, cross platform and media experience with major worldwide brands and at least 5+ years of professional experience.
Last but by no means least, Stonor Search and Selection are recruiting for a new Head of Design/Creative Project Manager for a leading agency in London. Highly respected and extremely successful, this particular agency works with some of the biggest names in the film, gaming and entertainment industries. The successful candidate for this role will be responsible for ensuring the how, what, when and where is always in line and projects are delivered on schedule. The right applicant for this role will be highly motivated, extremely organised and will love getting things in order. They’ll also need to enjoy overseeing a creative team to produce and source highly recognised, worldwide merchandise. Sound like your cup of tea? Get applying today!
So there you have it, our Friday afternoon run down of the top 5 jobs in the creative design industries. To apply for any of the jobs listed above, follow the links or alternatively visit our Creative Design jobs page to peruse our complete listings in this field!