Full time, Fixed term - 12 months, Immediate start
Leeds University Union is a charity that helps over 30,000 students to love their time at Leeds. Located at the heart of the University of Leeds campus, the Union is a fantastic space for students to meet, make new friends and get involved in student life.
You can find out more about Leeds University Union at www.leedsuniversityunion.org.uk check out our You Tube channel here or follow us on Twitter @LeedsUniUnion.
This is an exciting opportunity to join a busy and high-performing marketing team within one of the country’s leading students’ unions.
We’re looking for a talented and creative Graphic Designer Intern to work with our in-house design team and support our communications by developing engaging creative design that will prompt thought, conversation and action amongst our members.
We’re looking for a talented graduated designer with one years’ experience (in house/agency) who can demonstrate creative design skills that create compelling visuals for both online and print communications.
With a natural passion and enthusiasm for creative design, you’ll also have an eye for great copy and have a creative edge when it comes to communicating a call to action clearly.
You’ll be working on a range of exciting projects and subject matters, including anything from weekly promotions for our bars to high-level union-wide campaigns.
You’ll work with marketers and business managers to develop concepts, hooks and creative that will speak to students and positively impact on our organisation.
If you’re up for a challenge and want to be at the forefront of creative design for Leeds students – we’d love to hear from you!
We offer 26 days’ holiday (plus generous statutory and customary closure days) and a competitive pension scheme.For further details, To download an application pack and form visit here.
If you have not heard from us within four weeks then unfortunately you have not been successful on this occasion.
Closing date: 9am 16th May 2016
Interviews: 26th May 2016
LUU recognises that at present our staff team is not representative of our wider community and we wish to achieve a more diverse workforce. We therefore welcome applicants from minority groups