Junior Artworker

Job description

Due to growth in our core business, as well as some new exciting opportunities, we are looking to recruit a Junior Artworker to work closely with our Senior Artworker.

You will work on a variety of projects, primarily print based, ensuring that all creative work is adapted and fit for print. You will ensure consistency and quality are maintained throughout all jobs, ensuring our client’s brand guidelines are protected. You will also use your skills and detail focus to create maps, floorplans, siteplans, plot locators and other key assets for our clients as well as laying out marketing materials based on pre-existing work.

To be a successful Junior Artworker, you will be highly detailed orientated and enjoy the responsibility of being the final point of contact before sending creative to print. Ideally you will have working knowledge of Adobe InDesign as well as good knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop having worked in a similar capacity for at least a year.

You will benefit by learning from a team of highly experienced designers / artworkers in a supportive and energetic environment.

In return, you will be rewarded with a competitive salary, company pension scheme, 22 days holiday + bank holidays, additional day off on your birthday, Perk Box employee benefit scheme and the ability to work from home when required. Located at junction 8 of the M25, which is easily accessible by car or train, you also won’t have to travel into London to work!

Main duties

· Follow existing artworking processes/best practices to minimise errors

· Take briefs from client services team for client amends/additions

· Assist in checking printer’s wet proofs, GMG digital proofs and/or soft proofs

· Assist in creating/updating assets from approved designs

· Assist in managing assets/libraries for the agency

· Maintaining file/folder structure for all jobs

· Maintaining high standards and ensuring only the best work is released to the client/printer

· Collaborating across the agency to improve standards and maintain consistency


· University or College qualification from an art/graphic related course desirable in order to understand basic principles of typography, colour and layout


· Experience within an office or creative environment

· Understanding and/or experience of print and finishing processes would be beneficial


· Good written and verbal communication skills

· Adobe CS skills for print and digital (Indesign/Acrobat/Illustrator/Photoshop)

· Demonstrable ability to learn on the job

· Attention to detail orientated and able to spot minor discrepancies

· Not afraid to ask questions

· Once settled, able to work on multiple jobs during any given day and able to switch quickly if a job is deemed more urgent

· Quickly determine if further information is required to complete any particular job and advise client services team


· Able to listen and absorb information

· Be naturally inquisitive and eager to learn

· Keen on the technical side of the whole creative process

· Ability to focus on a job in a typically busy and sometimes lively studio environment until job is complete, ensuring all tasks are finished and checked

· Ask for help if assistance is required and to be able to assist others in the same way

· Willingness to self-learn during periods of inactivity

· Will work on a job until it is completed in order to meet client deadlines which may occasionally require work outside the standard working hours


The successful candidate will be expected to work in Reigate for at least 3 days a week, but most likely 4 or 5 until they are assured in their position. It is therefore essential that you are able to commute to Reigate form your current location and have considered the costs in doing so before applying.

To help filter out applicants who apply without reading the full role, please include the following acknowledgement in your application:

I have read the job description and confirm that I currently live within a commutable distance from Reigate and am able to commute to work on a daily basis

Department: Creative

Hours: 9:00am to 5:30pm, Monday - Friday. Working from home may be possible 1 or 2 days a week once settled and confident in role

Reporting to: Senior Artworker

We are unable to sponsor candidates without a right to work in the UK

No recruiters please.

The Package

20 days annual leave, plus bank holidays
IPA training programme
Your Birthday off
Company events
Employee benefits scheme
On-site parking

The Agency

Thinking Creativity