VACANCIES

Experienced Graphic Designer (PC Based)

Full- or part-time

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced graphic designer to join our small design and publishing team. We specialise in biodiversity, working with nature conservation NGOs and clients both nationally and internationally.

Applicants must be:

  • Proficient in the Adobe suite of applications: Indesign/Photoshop/Illustrator/Acrobat Pro
  • Able to layout newsletters, complex reports and high quality illustrated books
  • Able to follow client’s style guidelines and branding
  • Create charts, graphs and infographics
  • Have a good eye for design, typography and sub-editing
  • Take responsibility for the accuracy of own work
  • Liaise with the client throughout the production process, from receipt of text and image files to final pdfs
  • Able to update the company website and bookshop content
  • Interested in wildlife and ecology.

This role can be full- or part-time. Salary: £23000-26000 p.a. pro rata.

Email your CV and a covering letter explaining why you are the right person for this position to: post@naturebureau.co.uk

Closing date for applications: Monday 27 January

NatureBureau (founded 1990) is one company with two passions – ecology and design & publishing. Our Design & Publishing department provides a unique combination of creativity and enthusiasm for wildlife and the environment, producing exceptional nature reserve guides, newsletters and technical reports, as well as a wide range of natural history books under our acclaimed publishing imprint, Pisces Publications. Our knowledge, creativity and attention to detail has been rewarded with a loyal client base, including inter-governmental bodies, statutory agencies, research institutes, national and international voluntary organisations, private individuals and companies. Our Ecology department offers professional expertise in both marine and terrestrial ecosystems in the UK, Europe and further afield. We specialise in preparing protected area management plans, site surveys and assessments, wildlife management, stakeholder consultation and engagement, writing and editing briefs and background papers, organising study tours and drawing up project specifications and grant proposals.