jobs and internships
We are looking for a highly-motivated and experienced graphic designer to join our small team.
• Strong typographic skills and extensive typographic knowledge
(do not read any further if the above doesn't apply)
• At least 2 years experience in a good London design studio
• Experience in dealing with clients
• Experience in dealing with printers and other people who usually do things wrong
• Able to work independently, organisational and project management skills
• Be highly driven, self-motivated and responsible
• Languages: Fluent in spoken and written English (required)
• Software: Adobe Creative Suite 4 (required), basic HTML (required), Fontlab (bonus)
To independently manage commissions which can include print design, identities, packaging, signage and interior design, through all stages (from concept to production). Managing the day to day work for existing clients as well as working on new commissions. You will be co-responsible for daily studio management, administration, new business, self promotion, as well as overseeing other members of the team and interns. (If you are used to having a boss who tells you exactly what to do, do not apply!)
Contract: Permanent, full-time. Salary tbc.
Application: Please send your cv and samples of work (no more than 5MB) to Romilly Winter
Closing date for applications: 01 June 2013.
No Hippies please!
Please note: We will only contact applicants who we want to invite for an interview. If you don't hear back from us within two weeks there is no need to check again.
Interns are important members of the team and we take our responsibilities towards them very serious. For this reason we only take very few interns and the one place we have is often booked out in advance.
If you want to apply for an internship please email a pdf portfolio (of no more than 5mb). We are usually looking for people with a strong background in typography. We look at every portfolio but due to time constraints will only answer e-mails if we are really looking for someone. If you you do not hear back from us this does not necessarily mean that we do not like your work.
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