An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Graphic and Motion Designer to join the marketing team at our head office in Leeds.
Harrison Spinks is a family business with a focus on quality, innovation, and sustainability. We’re not your average business, but if you’re willing to work hard, get stuck in and have some fun along the way, then we’d love to welcome you to our team.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Graphic and Motion Designer to join the marketing team at our head office in Leeds. Working in a team of two, you will be a true creative, happy to help us maintain our luxury brand proposition and standards. You'll have experience of working with Adobe Creative Suite and be as comfortable working on print design as you are on motion graphics.
Full time position, Monday – Friday. 8am – 4pm, Hybrid working model
This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Graphic & Motion Designer who wants to make a positive difference through their work. We want to hire someone who will enjoy working in small but highly talented team.
Key Skills & Experience:
As a Graphic and Motion Designer you will be working on traditional graphic design and digital publishing using InDesign, Illustrator and Acrobat. A working knowledge of Photoshop would also be advantageous.
With a keen eye for detail, you will have excellent communication skills both written and verbally whilst having a creative flair to add to marketing objectives.
As a key team player, you will have an enthusiastic and flexible approach to react on a day-to-day basis for requests.
You should be proficient in After Effects and Premier Pro.
There is also the occasional need to create web mock-ups so knowledge of Adobe XD, Anima and Figma.
What we offer in return:
• Hungry - a manageable and sustainable commitment in doing a job well and going above and beyond when it is truly required.
• Smart - asks good questions, listens to what others are saying and stays engaged in conversations intently.
• Humility - shares credit, emphasises team over self, and defines success collectively rather than individually.