Junior Designer Vacancies
This is an excellent opportunity for someone who wants to start or continue a career in design, working for a growing visual communications company with a prestigious international client base. The ideal candidate will have a design or multimedia education background and will be a self-motivated, reliable, hardworking and a confident team player who works well within a small creative team. In addition, the candidate must have creative vision and be a competent, efficient worker who is comfortable working to tight deadlines and communicating with clients and colleagues alike.
Candidates must have:
- An education in design or multimedia
- A good working knowledge of Microsoft Office; experience of PowerPoint an advantage but not essential as training will be provided
- Strong attention to detail
- Experience with Illustrator or Photo Shop
- Understanding of Apple Keynote helpful but not essential
You will be required to work from the Liverpool-based head office Monday to Friday 9am-5pm, with the potential for out-of-hours work and travel (including international) when required.
This is a fantastic prospect for a committed and ambitious designer hoping to build a career in presentation design.
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Cindy Simpson, Sodexo
I sincerely appreciate all your team did and the process defined by m62 that ensures focus on client value (benefits, not features) [...] Ultimately the outcome was fabulous. The final presentation helped us to tell a powerful story, “Why Sodexo?”, and why we were the best choice for our prospect. Both the presentation and coaching by the m62 team during practice helped to keep us focused and on track. The imagery did what we had hoped by evoking emotion and conveying our story in a way words could not.