Graphic Designer, ITV News Central
Permanent Role – Part Time
Everwanted to see your work on television?
We are looking for a Graphic Designer to join our team at The Graphics Hub in Birmingham. The role provides graphic and creative input for all of ITV’s UK regional news, as well as Welsh and Northern Ireland’s regional programmes ensuring that the creative vision is successfully delivered consistently and on time.
As the successful applicant you will create sophisticated animation sequences using After Effects and C4D, create static artwork using Photoshop & illustrator and have familiarity with other desktop software including 3D. All our Graphic Designers create work in HD, then import and transfer material between different sites. You will need to understand requirements for working in different aspect ratios and be accountable for the accuracy of information based sequences.
In addition you will be required to learn new template systems and have a sound technical knowledge.
The ideal candidate will have a good level of broadcast experience in motion design. It will help to have a working knowledge of IT applications including Microsoft Word, Office, PowerPoint, Excel and cloud-based applications such as Google, Dropbox.
In order to secure this post you will have excellent communication skills and a flare for generating ideas and creative solutions so that you can communicate effectively with the production and editorial teams to create imaginative and stylish graphics to fit the programme requirements. We need someone who is able to interpret both verbal and written briefs remotely and translate them into creative work that both stimulates and answers the brief.
Closing date for application – 18th January 2018
ITVis committed to increasing the diversity of its workforce and we strongly encourage applications from candidates from all backgrounds and as a Disability Confident employer we are committed to offer an interview to disabled candidates who meet the minimum criteria for the role.
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