Quirky yet stylish? In -house Mid-weight graphic designer - High-street fashion retailer - £25-30K

Central London
13 Nov 2012
13 Dec 2012
Business Type
In-house / Client-side
Creative, Design, Digital
Fashion, Luxury, Retail
Contract Type
Full Time

This quirky yet stylish high-street fashion retailer is currently seeking an experienced multi-disciplined mid-weight graphic designer to join their in-house team.


Potentially they have plans to groom this mid-weight into a senior designer within in the next 12 months and therefore the ideal candidate must already have a few years’ experience as a mid-weight under their belt and be well–versed in how to bring a brand to life across multiple platforms from catalogues and brochures, pos and campaigns through to window design and packaging.

This role isn’t just about implementation and the designer will be involved in many and varied projects from concept through to delivery - although there is artwork support. With this in mind, we are looking for a portfolio of great ideas that are crafted beautifully and evidence of innovative thinking that pays no heed to convention or process.

Experience of designing for the fashion sector would be advantageous, however an avid interest in fashion and current trends is essential.

The ideal candidate will:
+ Already be working as a mid-weight designer as part of an in-house or agency team
+ Have a dedicated retail branding/ comms background with experience of working across a wide variety of communications including digital platforms.

+ Be an innovative designer with an ideas-led approach and exacting attention to detail
+ Have experience of mentoring the more junior members of the team
+ Have a keen interest in fashion and retail
+ Be willing to go the extra mile to make the most of this opportunity
+ Educated to degree level

If you have all of the above and would like to be considered then please send your cv and samples of work that demonstrate your skills and experience in retail communications

We regret that due to time restraints we are only able to respond to successful candidates