Alzheimer's Society

Graphic Designer

Based: London
Level: Mid-Weight
Salary: £32,000 to £32,000
Contract: Full Time
Applications Close: 02 February 2018
Job Listing Added: 11 January 2018

Alzheimer's Society is the UK's leading dementia charity. We provide information and support, improve care, fund research, and create lasting change for people affected by dementia.

Alzheimer’s Society is seeking a creative and innovative mid weight designer to be part of our new in-house design function, based in our offices near Tower Hill.

This is a new role and will be critical in supporting our fledgling brand, to ensure maximum impact through creating consistently excellent, high impact and functional design across all our channels. The designer shape our creative expression and supporting people across the Society to use the brand consistently and with maximum impact. This will increase the understanding, awareness and involvement among our target audiences and help build the new AS brand.

Our new identity launched in one year ago, and was short listed for a Third Sector Award. We have a lot of ideas and ambition and we need to realise this through our communications. We are setting up our new in-house design function and a formalised supplier roster. This new role will help the Senior Brand Manager and newly appointed Senior Designer to set-up a high quality design service and work as a partner with colleagues across the Society to ensure create an exciting and cohesive brand experience through the design of online and print communications.

Please note the instructions within the application guidance as CVs will not be accepted.

We will interview on 16 and 19 January in our offices near Tower Hill station, the interview will include a presentation on some pre-prepared creative concepts.

We are looking for someone who can think conceptually with a focus on finding creative solutions to a problem with the audience and channel at the heart of their work. This creativity needs to be balanced with pragmatism to deliver communications that deliver on the aim. The Designer will need to build relationships internally and externally and be a champion both for the design function and for people affected by dementia.

If you have the relevant experience and expertise, along with a passion for brand and a belief that design is a powerful tool to make a real and lasting change for everyone affected by dementia, then we’d love to hear from you.

How to Apply

Please apply through our website, the jobs section. We do not accept CVs, so you need to complete the application form, clearly stating how you meet the person specification.