This is a fab opportunity to join a lovely events agency in West Yorkshire. They're known for creating high profile events, bringing ideas to life for some of the best loved brands in the UK.
Due to client growth, they're looking to recruit a full-time Junior Creative This person will be dedicated to preparing and producing a whole range of visual proposals for new and existing clients.
Day to day you'll be responsible for collaboratively shaping ideas for corporate events and bringing these ideas to life by producing detailed proposals for clients. You'll be tasked with getting to know a client's brand, understand their brief and what their event is all about and help develop ideas for every aspect of the event. You'll be responsible for working directly with the project management and account management teams on smaller events, developing ideas and producing proposals, and then working as part of the wider creative team on the larger pitch projects.
While we don't need you to be a qualified copywriter, we are looking for someone with a friendly, down to earth writing style, who can paint a picture and tell a story with words — explaining our vision and plans for the event, including both styling and content. The proposals themselves will need carefully crafting with well thought through imagery to match our ideas and copy.
What We're Looking For:
• An eye for design
• A great tone of voice when it comes to writing copy
• PowerPoint and/or basic InDesign skills
This is a fast-paced agency with live event deadlines, so you'll be used to working under pressure, super organised and have excellent communication skills.
If you think this role would suit you, please apply via the link below or call Angela Hough on 0113 2183550 for a confidential discussion about the position.
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