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​senior creative artworker jobs in ​worcestershire

At Beyond The Book we specialise in recruitment in the Creative, Marketing and Digital space, including Senior Creative Artworkers.
Typically, a Senior Creative Artworker will play a key role in a busy design studio, often overseeing other Artworkers, within either a creative agency or in-house marketing and creative team. The role would be managed by a Studio Manager or Creative Director and requires multi-tasking, working to tight deadlines, managing workflow and helping more junior members of the team, in a fast-paced environment.
 
A Senior Creative Artworker role would be suitable for someone with 6-7 years’ creative artwork experience who understands studio process, print production and skilled in working with scamps or key visuals and developing into artwork assets for either marketing or advertising collateral.
 
A Senior Creative Artworker role would usually encompass the following responsibilities:
  • Creating new artwork and amending existing artwork files, for a range of printed marketing collateral including catalogues, brochures, leaflets, point-of-sale, signage, billboards, out of home, advertising, annual reports, also artwork for digital assets such as web banners, web pages, social media and email.
  • Act as an authority on print production, preparing artwork, typography, layout, and software skills in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
  • Guiding junior members of the team and managing workflow.
  • Rolling-out pre-existing designs and concepts across multiple sizes and formats as well as making text and imagery amends.
  • Sourcing and maintaining brand assets, aligning your work to brand guidelines.

​About Worcestershire
Worcestershire was first populated at least 700,000 years ago and was the heartland of the early English Kingdom of the Hwicce. Nowadays, the classic English country town of Worcester is the largest settlement known for its impressive cathedral. Other major towns in the county include Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Evesham, Kidderminster, Malvern, Redditch, and Stourport-on-Severn.
Possibly its most notable export is Worcestershire Sauce which was invented by chemists John Wheeley Lea and William Henry Perrins in 1837, hence the alternative name Lea and Perrins.
Worcestershire is one of three counties associated with the Border Morris style of English folk dancing. These were village dances performed in winter for fun and to entertain locals for money. It usually includes three to twelve dancers.
It is claimed that Worcestershire was the inspiration for The Shire, a region of J. R. R. Tolkien's fictional Middle-earth, described in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Tolkien was thought to have named Bilbo Baggins' house "Bag End" after his Aunt Jane's Worcestershire farm.