Are you a Senior Designer looking to work on an out of the ordinary role, then we have a great opportunity with a fantastic behavioural science brand? You'd be the driving force behind making a positive impact in people's lives across a variety of topics including diversity & inclusion, mental health, performance, interested, then read on...
This brand are looking for a strong conceptual thinker & strategic senior designer with a genuine interest in making a difference in this world and who has the portfolio projects to showcase this.
You'll help lead a team of designers as well as work closely with the psychologists to bring engaging and meaningful campaigns, marketing materials and presentations to life with a lovely craft to your work and eye for detail. With a new business model and an increase in hires, this is a very exciting time to join and work within a switched-on and innovative team.
If you are a Senior designer who can show the following work we would like to hear from you:
* Behavioural change work - campaign that has transformed thinking
* Detailed case studies of Conceptual design - we want to see the journey from initial thinking and your craft of how you got to the end result.
The role is offered at £50-55k + a bonus (up to 15%) - OTE £60k+
Client is based in Central London and works a hybrid model.
If you would like a confidential chat about this role or your next career move, then please get in contact with me: Sarah.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Contact: Sarah Ellis-Jones