KEEPING LORD'S WORLD CLASS
Founded in 1787, Marylebone Cricket Club is the most active and famous cricket club in the world and owner of Lord's Cricket Ground - the Home of Cricket.
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Closing date for applications: 11/03/14
Marylebone Cricket Club (“the Club”) is the world’s most active cricket club, custodian of the laws of cricket and is also the owner of Lord’s Ground, affectionately known as the “Home of Cricket”.
The MCC and Lord’s brands are renowned worldwide and are synonymous with excellence, prestige and providing an enjoyable customer experience, whether at an international cricket match with 28,500 spectators, or for Sunday Afternoon Tea in the Long Room.
A new opportunity has arisen for a Design Assistant to support the Brand & Design Department, which now services most departments across the Club, with the delivery of consistent and high quality graphic design and artwork across a variety of media including print, digital, signage and merchandise.
Working within a small team you will provide support on projects from conception through to production and completion. This will include: inputting into the creative process down to choosing the appropriate media and style; producing artwork and submitting proofs for review; liaising with print suppliers and finishing as required to design specifications. It is imperative that all work is delivered to a high standard of quality and accuracy as is expected of the MCC and Lord’s brands.
Required skills and experience
This role will suit someone who has recently achieved either a degree or diploma (or equivalent) in Graphic/Digital Design, or can demonstrate proficiency through experience. In addition, you will have advanced working knowledge of software packages including Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft. An ability to use Flash or After Effects and Final Cut Pro would be beneficial. Good working knowledge of Apple Operating Systems would be valuable.
With a passion for Design, you must be able to work without supervision to meet multiple deadlines. Attention to detail and accuracy is key, as are good literacy and communication and organisation skills. Flexibility will also be required during the cricket season as you may occasionally be required to work shifts and during weekends. An interest in cricket would be advantageous.
Values and behaviours
In line with the Club's Values, you will also demonstrate:
Please email your CV, your design portfolio* and a covering letter outlining the reasons you believe you are suitable for the role for the attention of Shereen Hussain, HR Assistant (ext. 8516) to email@example.com before 11 March 2014.
*Your design portfolio should be sent as a PDF attachment of no more than 3MB. Alternatively, please email a link to your design website.Back to Job List