Junior designer needed
The Jewish Chronicle is excited for a new Junior designer to join our Team. The successful candidate will be a designer with some experience in newspapers and magazines. The main focus of the position will be the news section of the newspaper. Trained in graphic design, the candidate will have a can-do attitude and be happy to help out with all types of art related tasks across print and digital.
Design the newspaper, supplement and magazine pages with meticulous attention to detail
Design digital materials for the newspaper and magazines
Design print and digital advertising for the newspaper
Image research for print and web
Image editing and correction for print and web
Experience working with Editorial design - newspapers and magazines - and comfortable working in a fast-paced environment
Proven ability to design layouts and communicate visually for news and features
BA or equivalent in Graphic Design
Adobe Suite, especially Photoshop, Indesign and Illustrator
Excellent attention to detail – this is a must have - on press days you will be able to perform all requested changes by the editors and the creative director before sending the pages to production
Desire to constantly grow your skillset, eagerness to learn and to apply cutting-edge techniques to projects
Experience working in digital and video
Experience creating content for social media platforms
Experience designing for mobile and digital platforms
The hours are 9:00 to 5:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. On Wednesday, our press day, we leave when the newspaper is sent to print. A rota system is used for Wednesdays.
Hybrid work - we are currently working 2 days a week in our Kings Cross office and 3 days at home. We hope to go back to being based full-time in an office soon.
Please click Apply now and email your CV and portfolio to our Creative Director, Gus Condeixa.