Commitment: Full or part time
Calling all graphic designers!
Do you have creativity in your soul? Do you want to further develop a highly successful B2B brand?
Creative Education are the country’s largest provider of on the job teacher training and are looking for a talented, enthusiastic and – yes – creative designer to help make our brand beautiful.
As the company’s sole specialist you’ll need to be something of an all rounder. The vast majority of the work will be print based, supporting our very successful direct mail to schools, but other related skills including flash, web, and other online disciplines will all be to your advantage.
Your role will be to design and manage of the production of all our creative material. We want your opinion on the brief and you can help shape them with your own creative input and ideas.
Whether you’re looking for a full or part time role, we’d be delighted to hear from you. Part time applicants should be able to commit at least 3 days a week.
We’re looking for a real creative thinker, who can work independently and to a brief. You should be a strong communicator and also be able to get under the skin of our customers, producing work that will really appeal to them.
This may be your 1st post, it may be your 31st, but relevant prior experience and a strong portfolio of work is essential. Your artwork will be produced on Adobe Creative Suite so you must be completely comfortable with Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign (and ideally Dreamweaver as well).
What’s it like working for us? As a growing family business there is precious little of the baggage or hierarchy associated with working for a larger firm. Generally speaking, if you have a great idea – you can pursue it.
You’ll be part of a small, but friendly team of about 20 in the office, with a large group of educational consultants spread across the country.
We’re located in Croydon, South London near Sanderstead and Purley Oaks stations – just 25 minutes from London Bridge and Victoria, and minute’s walk from a large bus terminus.