Hours per week: 40
Working week: Monday - Friday

We are committed to ensure we diversify our firm and continue to develop and nurture talent from non-traditional academic backgrounds. We are pleased to be offering a full time Level 3 Junior Content Producer apprenticeship (Graphic Design Apprentice). The apprenticeship will be run over 15 months in partnership with Creative Alliance.

The role / responsibilities

This is a varied and dynamic role for a driven individual with and interest in graphic design to join an ambitious property consultancy firm. Working alongside our Senior Graphic Designer to design both internal and external facing documents, marketing campaigns and collateral. This is a creative role requiring hands on design, layout and time management working to a specific design brief, developing concepts further whilst always adhering to brand image and voice. The successful candidate will need to be a confident self-starter, to have creative flair, strong communication and organisational skills.

  • Creating and updating graphics for both print and digital use following our brand guidelines including: brochures, social media banners, reports, infographics, internal newsletter and ad hoc design requirements
  • Close collaboration with our Senior Graphic Designer and wider Marketing and BD team to complete projects, learning how to bring communications alive and understanding how to get client messages across through creative visuals
  • Understanding project requirements and ideas
  • Using graphic techniques to create drafts, pitch creative concepts and explore new creative ideas
  • Using feedback from our Senior Graphic Designer and other team members to improve
  • Follow and promote our brand guidelines

Structure of the apprenticeship:
Rather than the learner just being in a classroom environment, the apprenticeship is learning within the workplace. So our training is based around Montagu Evans and the job you will be doing day-to-day. Throughout the 15 month qualification there are 14 seminars which the apprentice has to attend. These will be delivered online. At the end of the 15 months there is an end point assessment – this is how you will be judged on your learning. There are two session’s but this is completed over approximately a month.

Observation at work – An assessor visits the workplace and assesses their skills and knowledge

Set test and interview – The learner is given a blank brief and has to develop a pitch and idea for that brief. They then have to pitch and speak about it in an assessed interview.

The Degree Apprenticeship Programme has been designed to include a mix of on- and off- the job training. 

On-the-job: 80% of your time will be spent working as a full-time employee, contributing to the success of the organisation.

Off-the-job: 20% of your time will be dedicated to training away from the day-to-day work activities.

Your Apprenticeship Journey:

Months 1 – 3

  • Preparing for your apprenticeship
  • Preparing your employer
  • Seminars start

Months 4 – 6

  • Project 1 – Content Planning, developing and pitching
  • Seminars Finish

Months 7-10

  • Project 2 – Content Development
  • Project 3 – Content Production and Analysis

Months 11-12

  • End Point Assessment preparation
  • On programme training completion

Months 13-15

  • End Point Assessment
  • Applicants should be literate and numerate. Grade C and above in English, Math’s and IT are preferable
  • Applicants should be able to demostrate a portfolio of design work
Skills required:
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Adobe InDesign
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Illustrator
Training to be provided:

Junior Content Producer Level 3 Standard

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