Multimedia Designer

Employer Benchmark Communications
Location Tyne and Wear
Job Type Permanent
Salary Depends on Experience

Dealing with both in-house and external clients, including well known brands, you will help drive a dynamic new division of a leading events & communications agency.

Experience in project and account management would give you a distinct advantage. 

Undertaking a wide variety of design projects from web design and programming, digital video for on-line content to print design for leaflets, booklets, advertising, signage and more.  

This exciting and constantly developing role will work alongside our Media Design Manager.   

SKILL SET: You will need good  knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite 5, including InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere Pro (AfterFX a plus) and web design and programming language like XHTML, CSS, JS, PHP and  MYSQL.

Salary subject to skills and experience.

Please send in your CV and a covering letter to: hr

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