We are working with a boutique brand agency to find them an integral part of their growing team, leading brand design within the hospitality, leisure, and lifestyle spaces. The right candidate would be either an established Senior Designer looking to step up or an already established Design Director looking for a new challenge.
We are looking for someone with the confidence to guide others, someone looking for greater responsibility and connection to clients. You’ll be responsible for shaping businesses, designing brands that make a difference. Working within several sectors, you’ll be gifted an array of exciting projects to lead. An ability to conceptualise across different disciplines, connecting digital journeys to real world experiences.
This position will suit a top-class creative with a portfolio of ideas driven brand work. Idea based work over style-based projects is what excites this agency. Someone who is a clear thinker with the ability to distil complexity into beautifully simple ideas. As a boutique agency they are looking for a leader who can develop junior team members and direct seniors and freelance resource.
The position comes with the usual benefits, however, the longer-term vision of career progression for the right person towards a position on the management team with performance related profit share is arguably the most exciting opportunity.
Responsibilities will include turning client briefs into vibrant, believable brands, simplifying complex information into compelling ideas, whilst being able to listen well, ask the right questions, challenge client thinking where appropriate. Leading from the front creatively, elevating ideas of what’s possible, motivating others, maintaining effective processes, presenting with authority and enthusiasm, helping frame projects – from timings to resourcing, developing awareness and opportunities, developing strong relationships with clients that expand projects, speak with authority and passion about issues relevant to our clients through our channels and external media.