Something More Near

Mid-Weight Graphic Designer

Job Added: 10 May 2019
Applications Close: 24 May 2019
Level: Mid-Weight
Contract: Full Time
Based: London
Salary: £27,000 to £30,000

Something More Near is a network that helps organisations tackle big questions at the intersection of business, brand and change. Whether it's a team of three or thirty, we bring together relevant expertise, uncommon talent and a distinctive methodology that helps our clients get to practical answers and take effective action. We work with diverse clients from cultural institutions and large global brands to startups.

We lead and coordinate work out of our Somerset House HQ in London and draw on a global network of talent to find the right skills for each job.

We are currently looking for for a mid-weight designer to join our team as the business grows. We have lots of exciting projects on the horizon from branding and print design to digital design and activations. We need a smart pair of hands to work with our existing design team to deliver amazing work. We are looking for a team player with a ‘can do attitude’ and bags of creative flair.

The successful candidate will have:

• 3+ years experience
• A background in design for digital, print and brand identity
• A strong eye for typography and meticulous detail
• Advanced InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Keynote skillset
• After Effects and Sketch skills would be a big bonus
• Ability to confidently communicate ideas verbally and visually both internally and with clients.
• Must have inbuilt desire to take the initiative and strong organisational and time management skills
• Must be personable and enjoy working in a highly collaborative atmosphere

This is a great opportunity for the right person to develop their existing skill-set and work alongside a talented and creative team on some very exciting projects.

How to apply

Please send a pdf portfolio of relevant work and your CV to [email protected]

We will consider applications as we receive them. We will close applications on the 24th May 2019.