Graphic Designer

Graphic Design

Ref: 13Monday 22 July 2019

Fantastic Career Progression Possibilities

This vacancy is now closed

This is a fantastic opportinity for a talented Junior/Middleweight Graphic Designer with a skills-set centred around Adobe Creative Cloud including Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. You will be joining a stable, growing company already empoying 50 people - you'll be working in a talented team of 7 Designers producing some fantastic work.

Role: Graphic Designer
Salary: to £25k p.a. Depending upon Experience + Benefits and stock options (maybe a little more in salary for the right candidate)
Location: Exeter

This is a great opportunity to join a stable and friendly organisation. Ideally, we seek Adobe CS Design skills (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator) and a demonstrable level of experience in designing Graphic and Digital Assets for print production (leaflets, manuals etc...) and display Ads, Digital, Social etc... 

We seek some good levels of experience and a first-class Creative Design portfolio. Working knowledge of HTML and CSS will help.

You'll need to be a self starter, not afraid of technology and someone who can plan and manage their own work load.

Solid Digital Agency experience will move your CV to 'the top of the pile' but this is not a Digital Agency role. It could suit a candidate looking to escape the Digital Marketing Agency type environment. This is a good opportunity to improve your skills-set further. 

Send me your CV and Portfolio for immediate consideration -

This is a Full Time, Permanent role. 

prosperIS is a recruitment consultancy specialised in the provision of skilled Front End Web Developers, Web Developers, Web Application Developers and Web Designers for some great companies across Devon, Cornwall and the south-West. 

We believe this role is commutable from Exeter, Exmouth, Newton Abbot, Torquay, Torbay and many places across Devon and South Somerset. 

No terminology used in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of race, sex, age etc... The use of the word 'middleweight' is indicative of experience levels pertinent to this role and is not used to indicate age.