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Senior Creative Designer Role - could this be you?


We have an amazing and rare opportunity for an experienced Creative Designer.

The right person will have at least 4 years creative agency work under their belt, will understand the pressure of delivering the most creative solutions for a wide range of clients, and thrive on this challenge!

You’ll be outstanding at branding, print design and website design - if it’s visual you’ll nail it every time (without fail).

You’ll live and breathe creative, love speaking to clients and your colleagues, be hardworking and resourceful, and will take pride in everything you do, and we mean everything!

With offices in Swansea and Reading we are a very busy creative agency that is quickly growing, we work with an amazing range of clients across the UK and have a fantastic working ethic and location to boast about!

If you want to take on an interesting and varied roster of creative projects, and are ready for your next challenge this could just be the role for you!

The projects you'll be involved with are exciting and challenging - from brand identity, brochure and leaflet design projects, through to websites with CMS systems and email marketing campaigns.

It’s a role that has huge potential to grow as the company expands and you will be given the autonomy to make the role your own.

If this is just the chance you’ve been waiting for, get in touch

OK, so prove it…
We want to see an immaculate CV, an amazing portfolio… but that’s not it, as part of your application we want you to put your skills, experience and reasons for wanting to work at Waters Creative in an infographic, and we won’t consider an application without this amazing piece of art.

Location: Swansea
Salary: From £21 to 24k per annum + benefits
Job type: Permanent, full time
Deadline: 28th March 2014

Freelancers, contractors and recruitment agencies need not apply