·       Job Title – Senior Artworker 

·       Location – Thorp Rd, Manchester M40 5BJ 

·       Working rota – Mon-Fri

·       Working hours – 8:30 am-5 pm 

What You'll Be Doing: 

The JD Sports Fashion Plc Studio is looking for a Senior Artworker to become part of its energetic and diverse team. Working within the Design and Production studio, the right candidate will provide skilled and technically accurate input and support on all aspects of the artwork production process. This position requires a natural flair for layout design, as well as excellent knowledge of digital practices. It is vital that the applicant is up to date with the latest developments and proactively pursues new interaction design and page layout techniques.

 

What We're Looking For:

  • Proven experience within a senior role.
  • Confident with providing constructive feedback and challenging performance.
  • Able to work quickly and effectively whilst maintaining a high level of accuracy and managing workloads.
  • Excellent knowledge and understanding of the Adobe Creative Suite especially Photoshop and Indesign.
  • Strong typography, layout and typesetting skills.
  • Ability to clearly articulate ideas to line manager and other non-graphical team members.
  • Educated to degree level or equivalent (in a creative discipline) is advantageous.

 

The Company:

The JD Group is a leading omnichannel retailer of Sports Fashion, Street & Premium Fashion, Outdoors and Gyms with over 60,000 colleagues over 3,400 stores across several retail fascia's in over 30 markets around the world.

We are an equal opportunities employer who embraces and values differences. We recognise the importance of an inclusive workplace culture in which everyone can thrive irrespective of their background or identity.

To be a part of this successful and continuously growing company, you will have the desire to ingrain our strategic goals of being a people first, a digital leader and customer focused organisation which provides operational excellence and is continuous with identifying new areas of growth into our day-to-day.

We know our employees work tirelessly to make JD Sports the success it is today and in turn, we offer them some amazing benefits:

  • Incremental Holiday Allowance
  • Staff Discount on qualifying purchases across Group retail stores and online
  • Exclusive Colleague Bike Discount scheme
  • Discounted Gym membership
  • Personal development opportunities to learn and develop at work
  • Access to Apprenticeships and accredited qualifications

Interested?

If you are interested in this position, then press the Apply Now button.

Due to the high volumes of applications our opportunities attract, it takes time to review them all. If you don't hear back within two weeks of your application, please consider your application to have been unsuccessful on this occasion

Applications that meet the skills criteria will be contacted for a 1st stage meeting with the talent team. Shortlisted candidates will then be invited to interview with the hiring manager.

Thank you again for your time.

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