Job: Senior Brand & Communication Designer
|Title||Senior Brand & Communication Designer|
|Date Posted||09 April 2019|
I am looking for a Senior Brand & Communication Designer to bring ideas to life in new and inspiring ways. You live and breathe design in all shapes and form, can think and design out-of-the-box and have an exceptional portfolio that showcases your creativity and skill. You’re a master of the visual language with the ability to spot a pixel off from 10 meters. You’re a visionary designer, able to distill complex ideas into compelling and emotive stories through design.
You’ll be working closely with the marketing team to own the visual brand in many different forms and mediums. This is an exciting role for anyone that is interested in joining a fast-growth company and owning the domain of Communication Design.
Excited yet? Send me your creative CV & Porti!
Aaliyah Hoosain – Creative RecruiterAaliyah has a background in HR and a love for working with and helping people. She finds it easy to encourage others and has fit right into the RD team. When she’s not working she enjoys spending time outdoors, on the beach or enjoying a good meal. She loves to explore new places and going on adventures. Above all, Aaliyah believes that a positive mindset can take you places.Contact manager
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