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Junior Designer

Havas Lynx is a global communications group, formed from Creative Lynx and Havas 4D, leading digital agencies in Europe and the USA respectively. With 250 employees and supported by the wider Havas network, we deliver truly global campaigns based on robust local insight. As a group we have been responsible for a series of industry firsts in social media, closed-loop marketing and mobile. We actively partner with Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Stanford Persuasive Tech Lab and practice fusion and these partnerships facilitate our ability to innovate on behalf of our clients across the healthcare, education and culture sectors. Blending this innovation with sector insight and design pedigree, our team of over 125 professionals, based in the heart of Manchester city centre comprise our European head office, from which we work closely with colleagues in London and New York.

We are proud winners of prestigious awards for effectiveness and innovation, and as part of our continued growth, we now have an opportunity for a Junior Designer to join our team.

Our existing team is made up of extremely strong creatives at a range of levels and we are looking for someone who is flexible and broad ranging in their approach to complement this dynamic. We are looking for a junior creative who is ideas led and who has either worked on digital projects, or who can demonstrate a passion to work within the sector – you need to show you can think of innovative concepts and apply these through various mediums. Here you will have the opportunity to apply your ideas across the full range of digital and print media; from iPad and smartphone applications, to websites and brochures.

We work with an extremely broad range of clients, from global pharmaceutical businesses through to public sector organisations, local restaurants and universities. What we would love to see in your portfolio are great ideas and an ability to hit the right tone in a variety of styles and approaches. It goes without saying that you’ll also need excellent mac skills and that you’re happy working as part of a fast paced, busy team.

In return, we offer an excellent working environment, we’re centrally located, extremely busy and your appointment will be part of planned expansion across the business as a whole.

Interested applicants should apply to Sophie Jackson via sending a copy of your CV, a covering letter and most importantly, your portfolio.

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    27th Nov 2012
    12:08 pm
  1. This is about the third time this year this job has been advertised…something odd going on there??

  2. GlennGlenn
    27th Nov 2012
    6:35 pm
  3. As far as I can see only twice and for two different position. But yeah the information is pretty much identical :)

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