What do you need to know about the company and our Brand team?
We make amazing award-winning beers and spirits from our home in Southwold, have some great shops across the region and operate some stunning pubs and hotels.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Junior Graphic Designer, this is an ideal role for a graduate or for someone at the very early stages of their career. The main purpose of this role will be to support the Brand Team in designing and delivering printed and digital communications for the company.
What do we want?
The successful candidate will be a good communicator and a true team player with an appreciation of the brand and values. Driven by success, ideal candidates will have a passion for design and will work closely with the wider Brand Team to develop the necessary required skills, receiving on the job coaching and training.
Duties will include; creating marketing materials for all areas of the business in both print and digital, adapting existing artworks and asset management for the Brand. The successful candidate should have a BA Hons level degree in Graphic design, or a related course, with knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suit programs; key programs being In-design, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat. After Effects is desirable but not essential.
What’s in it for you?
Hopefully a sense of pride that you are working for a business that cares about the important stuff and a lot of fun working with an amazing bunch of people. Enthusiastic and hard-working people who join the company tend to stay around so we must get quite a lot of things right. We really admire innovation and are not afraid to try something new, so you get to put new ideas into practice and feel really smug when they deliver even better results for everyone.
How do you apply?
Send a copy of your CV with examples of your recent work and an email or a letter telling us why we would be mad not to give you the job. Closing date for applications is Friday 8th February with interviews taking place week commencing the 11th February.