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Creative artworker | Marketing agency


Dec 21, 2018



Agent: Sarah E.

Job #: 142023

Salary: up to £30k

Job Description

My client, a large marketing/creative agency who are looking for a Creative Artworker to work on a variety of fast paced deliverables: from new product launches, to seasonal events, to the latest film and music releases. An understanding of, and interest in, tech is an advantage.

The Creative Artworker will work within guidelines to conceptualise and create attention-grabbing visuals.

The right candidate will be quick-thinking, self-motivating and hungry for responsibility.

The Role

My client have a Content Studio which allows their clients to brief the creative team directly. This role is to focus on the Content Studio’s main client. The work is a mixture of digital asset creation across a range of social and web platforms, with some print and email. The ability to design and create GIFs is a must.

The person we are looking for must be able to interpret a client brief and quickly use assets available to create high quality digital output, while ensuring the work is on-brand and according to the clients guidelines. The role requires an individual with the ability to produce quality artwork working from an existing design or from the Creative Artworker’s created work. Experience of artworking in a Studio or creative department will be an advantage.

The candidate should be able to demonstrate experienced digital artwork for large brands. As with any Design or Artworking role, attention to detail is paramount and, as a key member of the team, the successful candidate must act as a brand guardian.

An ability to use and learn a wide range of systems is essential. The tracking of work is done through Trello, with the workflow and asset management using Proof HQ and Jira, any experience of these would be an advantage, but not essential. This will be a fast-moving environment so the ability to stay calm under pressure is equally essential.


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