Senior Freelance Designer - 3 months initially with a further 3 month contract - based in Central London - MUST BE PC LITERATE
My client are a small creative team in an Investment Bank based in the City. They are looking for a Senior Designer to work across a wide variety of projects, mainly print focused however this could evolve as the business expands. They need someone who has real creative flair, who can generate ideas, resulting in outstanding projects that “add value”. Although they function as brand guardians, their clients also need us to push them to challenge creative boundaries.
They work across the business, so their briefs range from events, infographics for the web to high end pitch documents. Ideally, they need someone with broad print experience from high end creative print for bespoke invitations to large format printing for conferences. A real understanding of graphic design, typography and experience of executing projects of all sizes at pace and to budget is key to this role.
This is a role where you will have the opportunity to make a difference to the team; you will support and inspire junior designers and when the Design Lead is unavailable you will feel comfortable deputizing.
As this is a highly conceptual role which will test your creative know-how, it is important you come from an agency & in-house background so you understand the ins and outs of the creative process and can advise accordingly.
- Exceptional creativity, innovation and a strong visual eye
- A passion for infographic design
- High level of proficiency in Adobe CC (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop)
- Experience of large format design and high end print processes that enhance the design/add another dimension to highly creative conceptual invitations
- A desire to exceed client expectations, objectives and creative brief specifications.
- Experience art directing and running projects with little assistance ensuring consistency and quality
- Proven ability to work as part of a team and build relationships with internal clients and colleagues