Job posted: 27/11/2019
Banksy, Salvador Dali, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Roy Lichtenstein, Picasso.
Who do you fancy yourself as more?
If you resonate with any famous artists, then you must have an interest in art and have a creative streak. Creatives can take inspiration from anything. You’ll be the same.
You’re going to be creating graphic campaigns and imagery within the retail sector – this brand have got a great social and instore presence, and this is only going from strength to strength.
Creatives can get themselves a bit of a name for being hard to pin down and a little bit all over the place. But the campaigns will be to tight deadlines and seasonal, so using your attention to detail will be key and making sure that all budgets are kept to. Let’s not put anyone in a box, though, hey?
You have managed people before, so managing the creative teams within this company will be a breeze (as much as people managing can be). And using your skills in design software, you will be able to lead a product’s creative vision, as well as helping to design throughout the process. Everybody works better when they are led from the front. You’ll be present and productive.
But for who?
You’ll be joining a company that has grown continuously and even doubled their headcount in 2018. They want to become one of the biggest fashion brands across the globe and have people who want to help them on that journey.
You’ll have a salary of £40,000 and with that, you’ll never be stuck for a present again with their tremendous staff discount. Your holiday will begin at 25 days, but with each anniversary you’ll get an extra day up until 33.
Send me a connection invite and a message on LinkedIn (Meg Jackson), or you can send me your CV through the portal or to my email. If you’re a talker, my number is on the website.