This Senior Brand Designer role is pivotal in the Future Super creative team, leading the design and visual identity of the business. We are in the process of building our visual identity, and this would be a core facet of your role. You will push our visual expression forwards with creative ideas, design and craft, and strategic thinking.
The Senior Designer reports into the Head of Creative, which sits within the Marketing team.
We’re looking for someone who:
Brings brand strategy to life as brand expression
Can brainstorm initial ideas and carry them through to concept development – ultimately taking the expression through to a system based on principles, and final implementation
Is experienced at giving and taking feedback in creative ideation, design, and strategy
Is on top of what is going on in the world – design / art / fashion / creativity and culture and bring that information and inspiration into the creative team every day
Collaborates with copywriters, strategists, and freelancers to bring campaigns and assets to life
Has a point of view on brands and the impact they can have on the world
Is comfortable engaging with strategy and generating new ideas from a strategy
Skills and requirements
4-6 years’ design experience
Knowledgeable about brands and how they exist
A willingness to experiment, try new tools, formats, and experiences
Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign – motion, video editing are a big plus
You’ll love working here with:
Team lunches, drinks and company-wide events
14 weeks’ paid parental leave for all genders and a generous parental superannuation package, Employee Assistance Program (EAP), formal training and development with continuous improvement opportunities, a continuous supply of healthy office snacks and membership to Bicycle NSW as part of our sustainable transport policy
Future Super is an equal opportunity employer – we provide flexible working hours, the option to work from home and a laptop you can use to work remotely
We value our teammates for their unique perspective on the world, and we strive to create a creative environment where we are psychologically safe, in order to brave creative work. We don’t believe that one should come at the expense of the other.
We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with a disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, mature age workers and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people. Seriously. The problems we face are complex and the more diversity of experiences we can bring to the table the better our solutions become.