Graphic Designer

As part of The Tank Museum’s Marketing Department, The Graphic Designer will work under the supervision of the Media Production Manager on a range of media production projects, supporting the work and objectives of The Tank Museum.

The primary function of this post will be graphic design – but you will also be required to assist in other media production activities. The post holder will also support the Media Production Manager in the overall management and smooth running of the department.

The Graphic Designer is a crucial part of the team; responsible for transforming an idea, a brief or a proposal into eye catching creative work – and seeing the process through to publication and/or delivery. It is your job to make sure anything that is designed, printed or published looks great.

You will have a passion for contemporary user-friendly design and for advertising in particular. You’ll be a creative art-worker, an expert user of the Adobe Creative Cloud suite software packages, and familiar with the principles of design for on line, on screen and off-line applications.

You will be responsible for art-working for digital and print; adverts, leaflets, newsletters, exhibition materials and orientation signage. You’ll be asked to contribute motion graphics for video production projects. Working with suppliers, you will make sure that The Tank Museum gets the best value when purchasing print, signage and graphic installations. You’ll also be generating designs for products (such as t-shirts and other merch) that will be sold through the museum’s retail outlets.

Experience, expertise and proficiency in these areas, along with strong organisation and excellent communications skills are essential.

Candidates who have applied for this position previously need not apply. 

Salary - £25- 28,000 p/a (depending on experience)

Hours - 37.5 hours per week.  This is an office based role and you will be required to work on-site at The Tank Museum.

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