Creative Content Producer: Design
The main responsibility of the Creative Content Producer – Design is to create interesting and engaging graphic design and other digital content that people want to engage with and share.
These will job adverts, case studies and events that all need creating and sharing.
You’ll be part of the marketing team but expected to also be able to work independently following a brief.
Core Duties: Working alongside our team, you will be involved in and learning skills related to every aspect of design production.
You’ll need to design and edit all your material and follow our brand guidelines and those of our funders.
We’ll expect you to communicate professionally with people who you’re featuring in the films and manage productions from concept to completion.
We’ll want you to ensure your creative work is completed to the highest standard and upholds our standards, ensuring business professionalism and reputation for excellence
There will be general admin and office duties as appropriate to the role. You’ll be assisting with production in the office, including research and pre-production tasks. And like everyone in the company, we expect you to make tea and provide client hospitality.
We’d like you to research into current clients, market trends and competitors and report back to the senior management team how these are using video content.
You’ll also manage online content – design, create and manage graphic design content across social media platforms including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
We’d like you to blog for us. You might help to create, circulate and monitor content, ensuring we are growing our reach against our targets.
You’ll need to adhere to company processes, policies and procedures, particularly GDPR data protection legislation and health and safety best practices around social distancing.
Ensure compliance with all relevant funding conditions and reporting requirements.
Act as a point of contact for external enquiries and communication.
Work in a way which celebrates diversity in practice, programmes and projects and encourages best practice.
Act as a positive advocate of the company at all times.
Ensure that safeguarding and health & safety policies are observed and positively implemented. Following our Safer Recruitment Policy we will be obtaining an certificate from the Disclosing and Barring Service to make sure there are no reasons why you should not work with children and vulnerable adults.
Carry out any other reasonable duties as required and agreed with your line manager
Understanding of Adobe software. Able to work swiftly and accurately.
Able to communicate enthusiastically and clearly with a wide range of people.
Organised, punctual and reliable.
Confident and able to contribute your own ideas within a team.
Training to be provided:
We will look at which of the Digital Skills for Business courses (coding & web design; digital content production; design; digital marketing) best meets your development needs and you will attend that level 3 certified 60-hour tutor led course provided by Creative Alliance.
You’ll need to be confident and polite in talking with people and have excellent communication skills as you’ll need to talk with customers and other team members.
A flair for creativity – we will need to see examples of work.
A understanding of using different software packages to create different effects
Interested in people, learning and creativity.
Interested in kick starting a career as a creative content producer.