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​middleweight graphic designer jobs in ​birmingham

At Beyond The Book we specialise in recruitment in the Creative, Marketing and Digital space, including Middleweight Graphic Designers.
Typically, a Middleweight Graphic Designer will be based in a multidisciplinary team either within a creative agency or an in-house marketing or creative team. The role would be managed by a Creative Director and would require multi-tasking and working to tight deadlines, in a fast-paced environment. The role traditionally involves a lot of print collateral and can also include digital design. 
 
A Middleweight Graphic Designer role would be suitable for a Graphic Designer with around 4 years’ industry experience, with a view they will develop their career to senior level or studio management. The individual will ideally show a flair for layout, typography and illustration, and be skilled in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign.
 
The Middleweight Graphic Designer role would usually encompass the following responsibilities:

Design layouts for print collateral including catalogues, brochures, adverts, POS, POP, retail graphics, menus, posters. Design logos or infographics. Digital work can encompass email campaigns, social media assets, web banners and web pages. Work closely with brand guidelines. Create new designs and amend existing designs. Develop knowledge in marketing and brand communications. Occasionally work on creative briefs to develop conceptual abilities.

 

About ​Birmingham
Birmingham is Britain's second-largest city and is famous for its network of canals, which are said to be longer than those in Venice or Amsterdam
Birmingham is home to many cultural institutions including, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the Birmingham Royal Ballet, the Birmingham Repertory Theater, the Library of Birmingham and the Barber Institute of Fine Arts. The city has a thriving and vibrant art, music, literary scene
The Midland Metro tram line extension, which now runs through the heart of the city, has been important in the regeneration of the City and its transport infrastructure.
The Custard Factory in Digbeth, which was built by Alfie Bird to produce Bird’s Custard in 1906, is now a hub for digital start-ups, creative and boutique agencies and is a thriving and modern part of the city with events and the famous Digbeth Dining Club.
The Mailbox is Birmingham's iconic shopping and lifestyle destination with upmarket stores such as Harvey Nichols and is also is the national headquarters of BBC English Regions and the headquarters of BBC West Midlands and the BBC Birmingham network production centre.
People from Birmingham are sometimes referred to as Brummies, a term derived from the city's nickname of "Brum", which originates from the city's old name, Brummagem.