Posts Tagged ‘vacancies’

want to be our head of creative?

Tuesday, October 14th, 2014

Together is looking for a new Head of Creative to join and lead the brilliant creative team here in our Lace Market office. What we want, in a nutshell, is a driven, intensely original and highly creative designer or art director – or indeed a current Creative Head. You will guide and work alongside the team, seeing projects through from conception to their final creation. If you fit this bill, we want to hear from you!

Your day-to-day tasks as Creative Head involve all aspects of agency work. The role demands someone who can simultaneously inspire and lead a team of fellow creatives. We also require someone with the confidence to present, convince with and sell their own fresh and exciting ideas.

A strong team player with agency experience and prior involvement in leadership roles, you will possess both conceptual skills and brilliant design abilities (with a bold sense of humour to top it all off). We really do need the whole package for this particular job, which we believe could be the perfect step if you’re looking for progression in your work, or simply a new challenge if you’re an existing Creative Head wanting to join a new agency.

Naturally, the role entails a heap of responsibility, so we need to see an incredibly strong portfolio which demonstrates both your conceptual and design abilities in various outlets; from advertising right through to web design.

When applying, we ask that you email us with your CV and salary expectations alongside this brilliant portfolio, as well as a little bit about why you’re the one that we want. In your email, please use the subject line: I want to be your new Head of Creative.

No agencies please.

creative artworker vacancy

Monday, October 13th, 2014

Are you somebody with serious artistic flare, a great eye for design and a drive to take others’ creations from plausible to perfect one clever tweak at a time? If so, we want you!

Here at Together Agency in Nottingham, we’re in search of a Creative Artworker to join our fun and talented team. Taking our designers’ work, you’ll be using your creative genius to re-craft, spruce up and perfect its overall appearance. Your experience in type guidelines and conventions coupled with a serious attention to detail will stand you in good stead for fashioning pieces of work ready for pre-press and print.

We want to hear from anyone with a minimum of three years’ experience, and a real love for their work. Proficiency in all the relevant design applications is also really important.

We welcome team players with a great work ethic and a serious (slightly ridiculous) sense of fun.

If you or anyone you know could fit the bill, send us over an email with the subject line: I want to be your Creative Artworker. We need a CV, a salary expectation and some examples of work, plus a little bit about why you’re awesome at what you do.

No agencies please.

graphic designer vacancy

Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Are you a talented, creative and ambitious designer who can make something look so unutterably beautiful that usually sane and sensible people will want to gaze upon it and stroke it longingly?

Then this is going to be right up your street.

We’re on the lookout for a talented and experienced Graphic Designer to join the Together team here in Nottingham. You’ll have a proven ability to generate wonderful ideas and concepts, be able to sell them like your life depended on it and then execute them beautifully across print and online.

We’d like you to have a degree or equivalent qualification in design, with outstanding typography, layout and technical skills. You’ll need to have at least 3 years’ industry experience and a strong portfolio to demonstrate all of the above. Naturally, advanced skills in all the current design packages is a must.

You’ll also need to be a fantastic team player, with excellent self-motivation and a cheeky sense of humour.

If this is you, email us with your CV, salary expectations, your best work samples and a bit about why you’re brilliant. Use the subject line: I’m a designer, and I’d like to work with you.

Also, please share this advert with anyone you think might be suitable (i.e. awesome enough) for the role.

No agencies please.