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26 February 2024

Senior Digital Designer - Manager

Our client is an award-winning boutique childrenswear store, offering over 250 of the best-loved brands and delivering to customers across the globe. They carry the values of family, creativity, innovation, and heritage. It is this inspiring sense of family that got them featured in The Sunday Times, Best Companies to Work For. They are looking for a new Senior Digital Designer (Creative) at the management level to join their incredible team.

This is a hybrid role that requires 1-2 days working onsite in Tunbridge Wells (just a 1 hour train journey from central Lonon). The rest can be from home.

As the Senior Digital Designer, you will lead and execute the company’s creative vision. By working closely with leadership, you will deeply understand the brand identity and the customer base to ensure the values and the customer are at the heart of everything.

It is vital for this role that you will bring extensive experience within the brand and commerce space. Our client is looking for someone with a minimum of 3 years of experience bringing brands to life across the spectrum of digital channels. You develop and implement successful strategies and marketing campaigns for the continual creation and improvement of the brand and its marketing design.

You will own the entire journey of conceptualization through to delivery, bringing a good understanding of technology and how it can enhance the experience of engaging and shopping with this brand in the digital age.

Other responsibilities include:

  • Creating engaging designs that feel authentic and relatable to the customer base and their lives as families and emphasises our brand values.
  • Offering ways to improve asset management, workflow, and inter-team processes, as well as all other intern processes to improve efficiency and foster creativity.
  • Championing and guarding the visual guidelines across all platforms and mediums, adapting the right tone for the different channels based on established needs and strategy.
  • Suggest innovative ideas to bring this brand to life across their channels, driving customer growth and brand awareness in all targeted international territories.
  • Working together with the Production and Images teams to create inspiring and innovative visuals for campaigns and marketing collateral.
  • Working closely with the wider Creative and Marketing teams to ensure consistent and impactful campaign execution.
  • Presenting design concepts to higher management and key stakeholders to inspire, build understanding and excitement.
  • Supporting the creation and maintenance of house standards for all in-house design work.
  • Stay up to date with the latest media platforms and technologies and shopping trends, ensuring the brand remains culturally relevant with their customers
  • Continuous monitoring and understanding of the relevant industries, global retail environment and e-commerce trends.

 

Your communication and management skills will be second to none as this role will see you lead, mentor, and develop the Creative Design team. Here you will foster a collaborative and innovative work environment whilst supporting their growth and nailing deadlines. This will also assist you in articulating your ideas to non-designers to build momentum and excitement for what is to come.

This role is a hybrid work model with 1-2 days a week working onsite in the Tunbridge Wells office, which is just a 1 hour journey from central London.

To sweeten the deal, this company offers a company pension plan, health plan, fully subsidised gym membership, in-house yoga classes, company shuttle, generous holiday allowance and company discount.

Our client is looking for a designer with a passion for all things brand and its connection to its customers within the commerce space. Iif you bring at least 3 + years in this space, and have your finger on the pulse, then we want to hear from you today.

Due to the volume of applications, we can only reply to candidates who are suitable for our current roles.

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