Graphic Designer

PRP Studio
London

We are currently looking for a Graphic Designer to join our busy and thriving team at our London studio working closely with our architects.

The Graphic Designer is responsible for the organisation and delivery of graphics related projects for the London Studio. You will be working with the Head of Graphics in maintaining efficient allocation of graphics resources and staff, in order to meet project deadlines on behalf of internal clients with a view to taking this on in full. You must be adept at interpreting client and project needs, seeking out and presenting creative design solutions as well as leading implementation of the solutions through to project completion. The role requires the holder to advise, challenge and suggest alternatives to encourage a more creative approach to graphic design across the client group.

You will also be tasked with delivering the layout of high quality architectural bid brochures, Design and Access Statements, presentation panels and boards, publicity material, advertisements, posters, PowerPoint and Acrobat presentations and other graphics related material. Photoshop rending of masterplans, layout plans and sketches. You must therefore have a strong proficiency in Adobe CC Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, and a proficiency in MS PowerPoint and be able to monitor and make recommendations for developing and improving the graphic design team’s skills and software as well as improved practices.

A quality driven approach is required, with strong organisation and communication skills in order to fully support both internal and external requirements. You will be playing an integral role in ensuring a high standard of graphical output to clients.

Although role will be mainly London based, you may be required to work from our Surrey studio for short periods.

Salary offered is very competitive.

To apply, please send a CV with examples from your portfolio (no larger than 8mb) to:

PRP Human Resources
recruitment@prp-co.uk

PRP is an equal opportunities employer.