- Develops effective and engaging design solutions in line with the brand guidelines, translating design briefs to finished materials.
- Acts as ‘brand guardian’, ensuring work is produced in the Society’s design style, and communicates effectively to its different audiences.
- Schedules and prioritises design jobs based on the requirements set out in the design brief, making sure stakeholders are regularly updated on project status.
- Advises colleagues and external project partners on design and production processes, lead times, the correct use of the brand and using templates.
- Works with external suppliers including photographers and printers to deliver a consistent ‘look and feel’ across materials in line with the brand.
- Demonstrates a sense of ownership for all projects, involving the use, development and interpretation of the Society’s brand.
To apply, please submit a covering letter, CV and link to your online portfolio (pdf portfolios will also be accepted – maximum file size: 10mb).
The covering letter and CV should clearly outline the following:
- Why you would like to work for the Royal Society?
- Why this role specifically appeals to you?
- How your background and skills are suited to this role?
Applications that do not follow this guidance will not be progressed.
Closing date for applications: 25 June 2018
Interview date: 10 July 2018
Hours: 35 per week
Pay Band: D