Graphic & Web Designer

Department: Sales and Marketing

Reporting to: Marketing Manager

C £27,000 + benefits

Location: Cambridge

 

About the Role

Arcus Global is a technology disruptor- we deliver transformational change via Cloud-based solutions for the Public Sector. Our Solutions help the Public Sector save costs, become more efficient in their working practices and provide a Digital environment for all those operating in and coming into contact with Public bodies.

We have a lot to say, a lot to show and there’s a whole lot more exciting stuff emerging!  So now is the time to talk about what we’ve been up to and the impact our work is really having on the services we work with. The best way to do this is with dynamic, highly creative design and imagery using the latest creative approaches that people love to watch, listen to and read.

This role is integral to making this happen. A new position within the business, we are looking for a talented Web and Graphic Designer to execute web, digital assets and online content activities.

What you’ll be doing

You will work closely with the Marketing Manager and the rest of the sales and delivery teams to seek out, identify and develop creative content deliverables, according to company objectives and brand.

For corporate website and digital communications

  • Website design and development- to be the operational custodian of the website

  • Design concepts for digital campaigns such as social media channels, email and banners

  • Define and maintain asset and photography requirements for Arcus’ digital use

  • Creating short motion graphics animation and infographics to bring messages to life

  • Assisting in the management of social media campaigns

  • Produce monthly digital analytics

 

For Campaigns and promotions

  • Work with marketing manager and product owners to create product communications concepts and designs
  • Design  assets as appropriate for thought leadership, exhibition and print purposes

  • Design high impact visuals/templates as required by other members of the organisation for both internal and external use.

Kate Warboys