Designer Lexington CommunicationsHolborn, London, England, GB
Lexington is a leading independent communications consultancy based in Holborn, central London. We provide advice to clients on how to present themselves to the media, to political audiences and to the public, helping them shape the messages they communicate about themselves to deliver the greatest impact.
We currently have an in-house designer, working on documents and graphics for a wide range of clients across the property, pharmaceutical, education and media sectors, and we’re looking for a junior designer to support them as our design workload increases.
Work will primarily be focused on developing attractive, compelling pitch documents and Powerpoint presentations for new business work, as well as a range of client work that might include infographics, brochures, branding and digital content.
We are looking for someone with skills, but also a willingness to learn and great attention to detail. A good understanding of Creative Suite and MS Office is essential, as well as the ability to develop solutions and convey text and ideas in eye-catching and memorable ways. Additionally, if you have skills in one or more of web, social media or animation design, that would be a huge bonus.
We are looking for someone with the following skills:
- Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator)
- Powerpoint – developing presentations and creating templates
- Able to manage their time and a busy workload
- Able to take direction and ready to learn
- Conscientious with great attention to detail
- Team player, able to build effective working relationships with colleagues across the agency
- Ability to interrogate, question and understand briefs.
- Video, animation or web skills
- A recent graduate in design or related subject
If that sounds like you, and you’re interested in this position, which pays between £20-22kpa depending on experience, then please get in touch with your portfolio, a link to your website or even just your CV – we look forward to hearing from you. We’re also open to the idea of part-time or flexible working, so even if a 5-day a week position isn’t necessarily of interest, that’s not a deal-breaker.