Junior Designer, It's Nice That


Job Summary

It's Nice That are looking for a Junior Creative to join the Creative Team in London.

Job Description

About It's Nice That

Since we were founded in 2007, It's Nice That has become the leading platform to inspire creativity around the world. Across our online platform, and through our events and top ranking podcast, we reach an audience of over 2 million people every month - from juniors joining the industry to creative thought leaders.

Built by creatives, for creatives, our readership looks to It's Nice That to inspire their creative lives and guide their next steps. As a result, It's Nice That offers authority on the greatest creative work being made today, both in the projects we champion and the commercial partnerships we produce with brands.

About the Role

We're looking for a passionate and enthusiastic Junior Designer to join our Creative team in London. The Junior Designer will be responsible for implementing and delivering the design vision for It's Nice That across our projects. They will be asked to deliver brilliant design work for a breadth of editorial features, annual campaigns, events and brand partnerships. We're looking for a talented graphic designer, who is eager to learn, has a great eye for detail, and who is technically proficient with Adobe Creative Suite programmes. We're looking for someone who is highly motivated, positive and can balance and be nimble across a variety of tasks.

Job Requirements

About STEP

STEP is a training programme for young East Londoners local to the Olympic Park, who are ready to bring ideas, creative energy and perspectives to the creative and cultural sector.

You must be;

  • Aged 18 to 30
  • Resident of Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest
  • Priority will be given to those that have attended school or college in these boroughs

Through STEP, you'll get paid London Living Wage over a 12-month training programme to develop a range of skills and creative approaches and build on your network across different organisations or departments. You'll complete a work-based placement, grow as part of a peer network, take part in regular professional development workshops, and get a budget to produce a collaborative project. We'll also connect you with a specialist industry mentor, provide careers coaching and continue to offer support as part of our community after the programme.

Job Responsibilities

We're looking for someone who has a passion for the creative industry and has a strong cultural and creative awareness. We're looking for someone who is able and willing to proactively fulfil work asked of them, who can largely manage their own time, who is hungry to learn and is happy being flexible.

We're ideally looking for someone, who has some experience in the following areas, and has started to build up these skills:

  • Graphic design across a variety of projects (typography, layout, art working and image-making)
  • Research and idea generation
  • Contribute to conversations and propose creative talent to commission across internal and external projects
  • Building presentations for internal and external projects
  • Suggest potential content for It's Nice That's editorial content

Useful Links

How to Apply

Complete our STEP application form by 10am on Sunday 25 June, you can upload video or audio responses.

If you require information in an alternative format, or want to speak to us about any access requirements, please contact us at goodgrowthub@anewdirection.org.uk

Go to the Good Growth Hub website to find out more here about the STEP programme, book in to attend one of our information sessions, hear from STEP alumni and read out application guide for some expert tips.


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