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8 months ago
Better Placed - Agency People
Salary: £24000 - £27000 per annum
Location: Cheshire, Stockport, Manchester, Bolton
Job type: Permanent
Business sector: B2C
Contact: Ian Lenehan
Sector: Design
Category: Design Jobs, Graphic Design Jobs, Creative Jobs

Graphic Designer, FMCG, Manchester £24 - 27K

Our client is a rapidly expanding FMCG business in Manchester, looking for a Graphic Designer. This is an exciting role as part of a newly formed Marketing function and will offer you the opportunity to work on lots of varied and innovative projects!

They're looking for a Designer with FMCG or Retail experience to manage various projects including; brand packaging and product concepts, pack design, label artwork, consumer and trade print ads and online/digital asset creation. You'll help develop and implement their brand guidelines, particularly for one up and coming brand within the group. There's plenty of scope to develop and progress, with the potential to recruit and train a junior as the team grows.

To be suitable for the Graphic Designer role, you'll be able to demonstrate within your portfolio, experience of Retail or FMCG. Additionally they're looking for:

  • A passionate designer, with experience developing campaigns for use across packaging, print and online.
  • Someone who is keen to learn and take on design-led challenges/tasks.
  • Confident using InDesign, PhotoShop and Illustrator on a day-to-day basis with experience creating documents to production/artwork level

For more information on this exciting Graphic Designer role in Manchester, forward your CV and portfolio ASAP!

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