Mid Level
Senior Designer
Sowden + Sowden

Salary: Competitive

Closing Date: Tuesday, 30 June 2020

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Your key responsibility will be to brand manage a range of clients within the tech, education and
healthcare sectors. As an agency our work is varied spanning a wide range of services and sectors,
including digital and social campaigns, on and offline advertising and web design.


Skills: Concept design, artwork, typography, repro, basic animation and digital with a clear
understanding of social media, digital marketing and website design


Software packs: Adobe Creative Suite; Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator


Beneficial packs: After Effects, Flash and knowledge of basic HTML and CSS


Ideally, you’ll have 3 years min. agency experience as a mid-weight designer who understands the
ethics of design from both a marketing and copy point of view backed up with excellent
communication and organisational skills. You will work with a marketing agency that thinks
differently and a studio that delivers high quality, innovative and effective campaigns with style
and quality at their core.


Do you have:
+ Proven track record and portfolio in the design sector
+ Minimum 3 years agency experience/in a studio
+ Good organisation, communication and project management skills
+ A passion for being the best


Sowden & Sowden is one of Yorkshire’s longest established communications agencies with nearly
four decades of experience, an established track record and a portfolio of long standing local,
national and international clients. This is a great opportunity for someone to make their mark and
work in a superb Yorkshire location with a very talented and happy team. Not to mention a
competitive earning capacity and benefits…


If this sounds like you and you’re an ideas person who wants the freedom to create, please
send your CV and design portfolio.


Only candidates to apply direct please, unfortunately this is not a junior position. The job role
advertised is a year’s contract to cover maternity leave in the first instance.

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