As a global ‘start-up’ in the emerging performance underwear category, Confitex works across multiple markets, consumer segments, distribution channels and communication environments (including eCommerce, online advertising, retail, POS, packaging, catalogue, exhibition). We are is seeking a talented designer to join our small in-house team based in Birkenhead (with the benefit of easy parking).
You will enjoy being a hands-on designer – working at both conceptual, strategic and practical levels. For the right candidate there may be an opportunity for flexibility around hours, however the designer needs to work on our premises.
You will be a valued member of a small, committed, flexible, ‘can do’ team that understands brand-led communications are pivotal to global success. We have big aspirations and are about to embark on an exciting phase working on a BETTER BY DESIGN brand evolution. However, there is also a large portion of more pragmatic communications that need to be delivered.
Broad capability will be important.
If you have the following skills, knowledge and experience, apply now:
- Enjoys working with senior marketing team in defining briefs and creative solution
- Expert level skillset in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
- Indepth brand experience with strong conceptual & creative thinking
- Solid design skills across brand, retail, print, digital with a great portfolio to prove it
- Strong communicator who understands that the message is as important as great visuals
- Experience of website design and EDM, CRM tools (Mailchimp), and in creating online content
- The commitment to be proactive, take ownership of projects and manage all graphic design tasks
To apply for this position, please submit Cover Letter, CV, and a portfolio referencing a minimum of 10 examples of relevant design work.
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The mistake in the Ad is when he says "kurks it,"which should be "karks it."
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