The Drum daily jobs round-up: T.J. Morris, Digimania, Mr B & Friends, David Thatcher Recruitment, Workhouse
A job is available for a studio manager with T.J. Morris in the north-west of England. For a salary of £35,000, the company is looking for an individual to manage its graphic design studio, and requires someone with excellent knowledge of Mac software and Microsoft Office, as well as an understanding of photography equipment. Previous experience in retail packaging would be desirable for the role, which involves working with the buying team and creative to ensure delivery of work to deadline.
An opportunity is available at T.J. Morris
Digimania is seeking a marketing manager in Central Scotland to oversee the marketing and promotion of its flagship product, Muvizu. A proven track record in marketing is essential, alongside an ability to successfully promote new products, ideas and technology. The successful candidate will be responsible for defining and implementing the company's social media strategy and presence and should hold a degree in marketing or a related discipline. Digimania is looking for creative applications for this role, which has a closing date of 2 April.
A client services director is required for Mr B & Friends in the south-west of England. Applicants should be educated to degree level or similar, with at least eight years' agency or client side experience. Expertise in managing brand projects is required, as well as up to date knowledge of modern marketing techniques. The position comes with bonuses and benefits and the company is seeking an ambitious individual to fill the role.
David Thatcher Recruitment is on the hunt for an account director based in London for a B2B agency specialising in financial services. Salary for the position is set at between £45,000 and £60,000 and the closing date for applications is 19 March. The agency is seeking applicants with project management skills and experience in developing on and offline campaigns.
A role for a senior creative designer is on offer from Workhouse in the north-west of England. The agency works across a spectrum of services from photo shoots to iPad magazines and requires an individual with a diploma or degree to get on board. At least five years' design experience is required alongside full knowledge of Adobe's creative suite. Salary for this position is between £25,000 to £30,000.
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