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Graphic Designer

Recruiter
Blue Tree Recruits
Posted
04 February 2013
Closes
04 March 2013
Ref
VR/00653
Location
Thames Ditton
Function
Specialism
Hours
Contract Type
Salary
£25,000 to £28,000 per annum

Further information

Graphic Designer, Thames Ditton

£25,000 to £28,000 per annum

This innovative award winning Architectural practice is looking for a Graphic Designer to join their international team. Based in Thames Ditton, this company offers employees the opportunity to work on significant and ground-breaking client projects across both the private and public sector.

You will need previous graphic design experience and come from a corporate background. You will be highly skilled in In-Design, Quark, Illustrator and Photoshop on the PC and MS Office. Strong illustration skills would be a huge advantage. The role is purely graphics working with their specialist housing team on bids, presentations etc and there is a lot of interaction with their other offices.

The successful candidate will be experienced and able to interact with colleagues on all levels, including Board members. They are looking for someone with a ‘get it’, ‘do it’ and ‘deliver it’ attitude. You will be expected to hit the ground running, be a self-starter and ideally have dealt with architectural property in the past, as this would help with understanding the terms and language used.

You need to be a personable, enthusiastic and passionate candidate, and want to work for a company that have a very successful reputation in the marketplace.

Blue Tree Recruits Ltd is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

Blue Tree Recruits

We are a boutique, specialist creative communications recruitment agency that recruits freelance, contract and permanent candidates. Communication is crucial and we really listen to our clients and provide them with the candidates they need.
Mara 2011 (Highly Commended) REC (The Recruitment & Employment Confederation)

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