Graphic/Motion Graphics Designer 

London (GB)
starting from £35,807
04 Apr 2019
End of advertisement period
23 Apr 2019
Contract Type
Full Time

Graphic/Motion Graphics Designer 

Directorate of Educational Innovation and Development

Salary: starting from £35,807

Location: London Stewart House

35 hours per week

Job reference: 001356

University of London Worldwide is the oldest distance learning organisation in the world – our degrees have been accessible to students worldwide since 1858. Today, we have 50,000 students in more than 180 countries studying 100 different programmes. With an annual turnover in excess of £60m this is a successful and expanding operation funded entirely by student fees, which provides a significant surplus to support the wider work of the University of London and its Colleges. Our global footprint and flexible study method enables students to study wherever they are in the world. Our students have won Nobel prizes, governed countries and written great works of literature. They work at all levels in the legal profession, in education, in banking and finance and as business leaders and managers.

About the role:

This role is situated in the Education, Innovation and Development directorate which is responsible for the design, development and support of a portfolio of distance and online degrees.

We are looking for a highly motivated professional with experience in creating video motion graphics, illustration and graphic design for print and digital to support in the development of our online and distance learning programmes.

This exciting and varied post will work with learning designers, learning technologists and video experts to create rich and engaging instructional content in a timely and cost-effective manner.
To apply:

To be considered for this opportunity, please submit your covering letter (including a link to a show reel or portfolio) and CV before the closing date at 11.59pm on Tuesday 23rd April 2019. Applicants who do not supply a link to a show reel or portfolio will not be considered. 
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