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design director jobs in ​buckinghamshire

At Beyond The Book we specialise in recruitment in the Creative, Marketing and Digital space, including Design Directors.
 
Typically, a Design Director will play a key role within a creative agency or in-house marketing and creative team, usually reporting to the Managing Director. The Design Director role is often strategic and conceptual, providing leadership and design direction for a team of Graphic Designers.
 
A Design Director role will suit someone who has had a successful career as a Graphic Designer to senior level, ready to take on responsibilities in team leadership and design direction. Ideally, with experience of print and digital communications, working in-house or for an agency with multiple clients in various sectors or specialising in certain sectors such as retail, leisure and hospitality, or corporate communications, or 2D and 3D disciplines.
 
A Design Director role would usually encompass the following responsibilities:
 
To provide design direction and ongoing mentorship for a team of Graphic Designers, Digital Designers or 3D Designers. Actively manage client relationships to develop future business pipeline and ensure all design work is delivered in accordance with brand guidelines, on budget and on time. Able to share and take advantage of extensive experience working with clients and brands in B2B and B2C sectors. Keep up to date with digital innovation.
 
About ​Buckinghamshire
On the Northern outskirts of London Buckinghamshire is a sprawling county up to the edge of the Midlands.
With an estimated population of 808,666 the main towns in Buckinghamshire include Aylesbury, High Wycombe and Amersham the biggest town in the county.
A third of the county is designated as green belt land, making Buckinghamshire an outstanding area of natural beauty and ranking as one of the UK’s top rural areas to live and is home to the stunning Chiltern Hills, which is hugely popular with walkers, runners and cyclists.
Accessible via great travel links to London, Birmingham, Oxford and Milton Keynes the county an extremely popular place to live for commuters. Being such a desirable location house prices have boomed in recent years with an overall average price of £424,653.
Buckinghamshire has the 2nd fastest growing economy in the UK with a modern economy and entrepreneurial spirit it is home to the most successful business start-ups.