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Graphic Designer

Graphic Designer

  • Location

    Ireland

  • Sector:

    Marketing

  • Job type:

    Interim

  • Salary:

    45000

  • Contact:

    Joan Fahey

  • Salary high:

    50000

  • Salary low:

    40000

  • Job ref:

    5480

  • Published:

    11 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2018-01-07

  • Consultant:

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This is a great opportunity to work with a global sporting governing body managing the integrity of a global sports brand across it’s portfolio of events and platforms.  12 month contract reporting into the Brand and Events Manager.

Responsibilities

  • Deliver brand designs for media campaigns, corporate events and tournaments
  • Manage relationships with external creative agencies, providing strategic direction and managing outsourced work
  • Work with stakeholders such as event sponsors and tournament hosts on a daily basis to deliver brand requirements including style guides

Experience

  • Qualification in visual communications or similar
  • PC based operator is preferable
  • Minimum 3 years graphics experience, studio management desirable
  • Experience managing brand identity and brand approvals
  • Proficient in Adobe suite, InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop for production of artwork to high standard and print ready format
  • Proven success working cross functionally in an organisation with different departments providing reports as required

Competencies

  • Strategic and creative mindset
  • Ability to manage multiple projects at one time, prioritize workload and deliver projects within deadlines and within budget
  • Must have a broad range of graphic design skills and expertise
  • Must have an ability to identify internal clients design needs and provide guidance and recommendations in accordance with brand strategy
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with a natural ability to build rapport and manage internal and external working relationships