Graphic Designer

Location: Colwick

Hours of work: Full time

Closing date: 30th March 2017

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About the role

To work within the design studio covering both offline and online projects. The role will primarily focused on supporting the offline print team, providing creative input and delivering against a range of creative briefs - from leaflet design to exhibition graphics. A solid understanding of print processes are a must, along with solid art-working skills. The candidate must also be technically skilled in the Adobe creative suite (InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator). The role requires a skilled Graphic Designer with a solid background in print to work across two brands (Hillarys and Web Blinds, our sister e-commerce site).

The purpose of this role is:

The above duties and responsibilities are not exhaustive and are subject to change. You may also be required to undertake additional duties within the scope and grading of the role.

About you

Education and/or Experience:

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Any questions or to apply email or submit an online application form.

Why Hillarys?

Hillarys are the UK’s largest provider of windows dressings and furnishings. We have come a long way since the company was established in 1971 and we’re proud to do things differently. From start to finish, we strive to give the highest standards of service across all we do. At Hillary’s we understand that our people are our most important asset. We know that we will only prosper and grow if everyone works together to provide top-class products and customer service.

We work hard to attract and develop the best people at all levels, with challenging and rewarding careers. Hillarys is a great place to work whether you are talking to our customers, making our blinds or planning our marketing activity. Lying at the heart of our business are our “Signature Service” values:

Hillarys offer great benefits to their employees including generous holiday entitlement, a pension scheme and staff discount.

Hillarys are an equal opportunity employer, committed to the principle of equality regardless of race, creed, colour, nationality, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation and religion or belief.