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Due to some very interesting client wins, the need for another creative at this excellent digital b2b agency has grown. So, if you're looking for a diverse design role that will give you exposure to a mixture of print, video, events and digital then this could be for you…
The agency, which is 30 years old, is going through a real purple patch at the moment; a new MD has come on board to free up the CEO who was spread far too thinly - meaning the agency is really driving forward and forging some excellent client relationships.
Creative is huge in the b2b space, so the need to be able to create concepts that turn heads and influence decisions is paramount.
As a passionate and talented Midweight Designer, you'll have the ability and initiative to take control of briefs and help to develop the creative with a solid understanding of all aspects of the design process: from concept through to artwork.
You'll be able to work within existing guidelines but also look for new ways to push boundaries, translating brand and marketing objectives into clear visual communication. Specialising in digital you'll set the standard for web, display, email and social media design.
Aside from the salary of £35k, you'd have access to the wider list of benefits such as private healthcare, 25 days' holiday, excellent personal development plans, life insurance, up to 10% profit related bonus and a buzzing social calendar. The offices are in a beautiful riverside spot and the office dogs are great for team morale...
Be sure to send a folio over brimming with diverse and head turning work...
This agency was the most decorated agency at the B2B awards last year, and as such, have grown and grown. The work they're producing is brilliant; incredibly creative and they are able to really bring technology to life.
What they're looking for in this Junior Copywriter is someone who can hit the ground running in the B2B space, have a strong understanding of desk-based research, thought leadership and creative content writing (through-funnel). You'd have the chance to collaborate with other creatives in form additional writers, art directors and designers.
Given the way they work, it's essential that you've worked in a marketing agency previously, coming from a client-side role isn't going to work I'm afraid, and you'll need to have demonstratable examples of writing for technology-focussed brands.
The agency has around 50 heads and are really riding the crest of their success over the last few years. The working environment is great, with their other 2 businesses feeding into the bigger picture. They were the most decorated B2B agency at the industry awards last year and were commended for their creativity.
Alongside the £27k salary, on-site you've got a whole host of shops, a hairdresser, a beauty therapist, loads of parking and a café to sort you out during the week. Aside from offering you the chance to really grow your career and work with some of the largest tech brands in the world. They offer a pension scheme, 20 days' holiday (plus your birthday), a shutdown over Xmas, 9 - 5:30 with a 4:30 finish on Fridays.
If you feel the above could be for you, then fire over your CV and your folio and we'll take a look…!