Graphic Designer, Cambridge -
We’re delighted to be working again with one of our best clients, on a Graphic Designer role. Think fun consumer technology, that everyone with a pet would want… their technology is proven, reliable and the best in the business. So much so they’ve recently been acquired by a multi-million-pound giant – the great benefit being this business still keeps its ‘family run’ routes, but will a heck of a lot of funding and investment.
We’re looking for a Graphic Designer to join their creative team. We’ve placed a number of candidates into this function and can vouch they are an excellent bunch. The team there is integral and very integrated – they act as an internal creative agency so are looking for someone who’s happy to get stuck into anything across the creative mix. For this role we’re looking for someone with a love of creative and visual design. The position will also have a digital focus, so you’ll need a bit of experience in email, some web banners, website design some basic HTML experience.
To say the company are going from strength to strength is an understatement… their products can’t be bought quick enough. They’re a stable and proven business who are now looking for new offices nearby which are triple the size. They’ve got a huge budget for training and development so are looking for someone who really wants to progress and learn and grow with them.
If this sounds like you so far, get in touch!
Due to the location of this Cambridgeshire office, this role is commutable from Cambridge, Cambourne, Papworth, Huntingdon, Fenstanton, Bar Hill, Swavesey, St Ives, Longstanton, St Neots, Stretham, Waterbeach and Newmarket.
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