Bright New Graphic Designer Wanted!

We are looking to add a creative graphic designer to our team. Coastline Graphics is well established in many fields of visual communication. Based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, we are looking for a talented and creative graphic designer to contribute their skills in a wide range of design projects.

Candidates should have industry experience, be extremely motivated, cope well in a fast-paced, varied environment with a need to impress in everything they undertake.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be a qualified Graphic Designer with experience in Adobe software.
  • Be able to work on various projects to tight deadlines.
  • Be able to work well as part of a team and individually.
  • Be well presented and confident with dealing directly with clients.
  • Be able to take detailed briefs.
  • Have excellent proof-reading and writing skills.
  • Have an astute eye for detail.
  • Have knowledge in printing and digital production. (desirable but not essential)

Hours will be Monday-Friday 8:30am – 5:30pm (40 hours per week).

Salary dependant on experience.

If this sounds interesting then submit your impressive CV and Portfolio to james@coastlinegraphics.co.uk

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