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Graphic Designer

Everton Football Club

Everton Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Liverpool that competes in the Premier League, the top tier of English football.

Posted
4 Aug 2022
Status
Full Time
Location
England
Closing date
3 Sep 2022

About the opportunity:

Everton Football Club are in an exciting period of commercial growth, with an expanding portfolio of global brand partnerships and a new world class stadium in development.

We are looking for an experienced innovative creative to support our key commercial objectives and support the Commercial team with the acquisition and retention of new and existing commercial Club partners. This role will be integral in supporting the continued growth of the business as it enters one of the most transformative periods in its history.

We are looking for a highly creative Graphic Designer to drive and deliver the creative vision behind our sales proposition, developing unique and imaginative content that showcases the unique marketing platform Everton has to offer, whilst bringing partnership assets to life for some of the world’s biggest brands.

As Graphic Designer supporting the Commercial team, you will be responsible for developing partnership sales materials and presentations, producing globally appealing campaign concepts that integrate Club and Partner brands and creating eye-catching assets that showcase the potential of key partnership rights.

Other core responsibilities include:

  • Supporting our commercial outreach through adding value to the design process, applying your creative vision to produce industry-leading sales collateral to take to market
  • Creating fully customised brand proposals that bring the potential of our commercial partnerships to life for brands that we are engaging with
  • Developing graphics to illustrate sponsorship activations
  • Working to schedules to ensure all work is put through the design studio accurately, on time and to brief
  • Working collaboratively as part of the commercial team to strive towards commercial partnership revenue growth
  • Supporting the development and creation of club-led campaigns to support commercial objectives, from conception through to execution across omni-channel platforms
  • Ensuring all artwork supplied both internally and externally adheres to the Club’s brand guidelines, liaising with colleagues in the Design Studio and Marketing Team to maintain regular dialogue and good working relationships
  • Interpreting briefs and independently managing schedule of commercial requirements to ensure creative concepts, solutions and campaign inventory delivered in a timely manner

Knowledge & Experience:

  • Excellent knowledge and demonstrable experience of working with the Creative Cloud suite including InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop (Aftereffects, Flash and Power Point desirable)
  • Experience working within a commercial setting
  • Understanding of creative and brand strategy with the ability to apply understanding to marketing and commercial objectives
  • Good knowledge of design trends
  • Understanding and confidence to apply and challenge guidelines

Who we are looking for; 

We are looking for a highly creative individual who will harness the story of Everton Football Club and be able to translate that into eye catching and compelling sales collateral. You will be driven by working as part of a wider team chasing commercial revenue targets and have a hunger to add value across the sales function.

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Additional Information

Status
Full Time
Job Type
Media & Digital
Sport
Football
Pay Information
Competitive

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