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Job Vacancies

Web Directions are recruiting!

We’re looking for talented, self-motivated and reliable candidates in the following positions…

Mid-Weight Designer

Salary dependant on experience
Must have:

* Excellent knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator)
* Thorough understanding of print and production processes with technical knowledge of setting up artwork for large format printers
* Excellent eye for detail and willingness to work to deadlines to get jobs completed
* Confidence to communicate well with clients and colleagues
* Ability to produce top quality artwork under pressure and juggle multiple projects as and when required

Experience in the following an advantage but not essential:
* Coding CSS, HTML, JavaScript and PHP for websites and HTML emails
* Working with WordPress and creating/editing custom WordPress themes
* MailChimp

Please apply with your CV and a selection of work examples + your salary expectations to kevin@webdirections.co.uk

Strictly no agencies please



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