Addison Global Limited

  • Creative Designer

    Job Locations GI-Gibraltar
    Job ID
    Permanent Full-Time
  • Overview

    The creative designer will play an integral role in bringing our distinctive visual identity to life; creating marketing assets that jump off the mobile screen. If you’re a master on creative suite, driven by innovation of design and get excited by the iconography of challenger brands, then this is the opportunity for you.


    What you’ll do

    • Create best in class visual assets that are consistently on-brand, in vogue and stand out from the crowd
    • Harness your creativity and contribute to collaborative innovation across communications, product and service
    • Help bring our brand identity to life, delivering compelling visual storytelling across multiple touch points
    • Create compelling cross-platform content assets that are scalable to multiple international markets
    • Be a key stakeholder in a team of dynamic creatives, all hungry to put an exciting new brand on the map
    • Think big and different. Act small, personalised, decentralised and localised. Fail fast. Test and optimise, build, measure and learn rapidly


    Who you are

    • A talented designer with a proven track record in creating innovative visual content that delivers results
    • A tech savvy operator with a finger on the pulse of what’s trending across the digital design landscape
    • You have mind-blowing skills across Adobe Creative Cloud – Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator and can turn projects around quickly and efficiently allowing our brand to capitalise in the micro moment
    • You demonstrably create scroll-stopping social graphics that can be templated for multiple international markets
    • You are passionate about active participation in the customer path of our hyper-connected and mobile first target audience
    • An innovative ideas person, you have a strong instinct for what makes today’s audiences tick in the worlds of sport, gaming, technology and popular culture


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