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Design Manager
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The role is a mix of Design Art Director and Manager – setting the creative direction for each design project; and identifying, inspiring and directing the best designers and agencies to deliver creative work of the highest quality – across a range of budgets and timescales.
 
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Artworker
£28,586-£34,259
Using State-of-the-Art publishing software and working a shift from 13.00-21.00 Monday to Friday, the Artworker will produce quality printed and digital outputs to the highest standards, in accordance with corporate guidelines and often to challenging deadlines.
 
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Designer (Print and Digital Products)
£Competitive
In this role you will work with colleagues in Project Management, Commissioning, and Production to establish the design criteria, manage external designers and design firms as they complete projects to specs that you have set, and maintain full responsibility for delivery of the design portion of all projects, including schedules and budgets.
 

JOBS NEWS

Design Museum launches new website

The Design Museum is launching a new website ahead of its planned move to west London’s Commonwealth Institute in 2016.

 

Design Council and APDIG back call for “design quality mark”

The Design Council and the Associate Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group have welcomed calls for a “professional quality mark” for the UK design industry.

 

Design Council launches the Dad Design Challenge

The Design Council is working with Guys and St Thomas’ Charity on a challenge that aims to support designs that help dads become more actively engaged in their children’s early years.

 

Before They Pass Away

British-born, Amsterdam-based photographer Jimmy Nelson’s work is about origins, and transience; geography and anthropology; history and the future. As he shows, it’s a future where many cultures throughout the world are likely to be lost.

 

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