Following on from our blog in December and ‘The Perceived Talent Shortage (http://nicherecruitment.co.uk/2017/12/perceived-talent-shortage-doom-gloom/), I…
Posted by Michelle Graham
8th September 2017
Digital Designer / Artworker
South Oxfordshire | Up to £32,000 per annum
- Adobe Creative Suite
- Banner Design
- Communication Skills
- Customer Journey
- Digital Design
- Email Campaigns
- Graphic Design
- Retail Head Office
- Social Media
- Web Design
We have an exciting role to introduce to all of you Creative Digital Designers who are itching for your next challenge in a retail/ consumer facing role. Our client; a multi-channel retailer who are nestled in the South Oxfordshire area, are on the hunt for a talented and experienced customer-intuitive Digital Designer to step-up in this mid-weight role.
Taking ownership of the design and development of all digital assets for their brands, you’ll be key in helping to enhance their online presence and customer experience. In this customer focussed role, you’ll draw on your creative repertoire, taking responsibility for developing designs for everything from email campaigns, social media, website platforms, web banners, mobile/tablet optimisation, and anything else consumer-directed for an online audience.
Our ideal applicant, will be able to demonstrate a strong portfolio with a minimum of 4-5 years of pure Digital Design/Artworker experience, preferably having honed your skills within a retail or consumer focused background. Ideally, you will have UX experience, and have worked on website projects on an international scale, assisting with global targeted branding. In this respect, you’ll be familiar with developing and optimising the digital customer journey.
Along with a fully-articulated portfolio, demonstrating the full spectrum of your design acumen, you’ll also be fully proficient in using the Adobe Creative Suite, in addition to an understanding of HTML and CSS.
In this stand-alone role, you should be able to confidently manage an independent workload, and welcome the autonomy and variety that comes part and parcel with the management of multiple projects. Parallel to this, you’ll also be familiar with communicating cross-functionally across different teams throughout the design process, in order to deliver a cohesive campaign from brief to presentation.
Does this role have your name written all over it? Let us know!