We are looking for an incredible junior designer, passionate about form and function and putting them in the hands of customers.
Electric cars are coming faster than most people can imagine. According to Stanford University, by 2025 there’ll be no new petrol or diesel cars in production. Just like the iPhone revolutionised phones, Tesla is revolutionising cars. But you probably know that - you’re a talented designer, but you’re also someone with a passion for progress.
And it’s not just Tesla - BMW, Nissan, Renault, Volkswagen and Hyundai all have great electric vehicles today, and more are expected imminently.
This is a change to join one of the UK’s most exciting start ups - making it easy for individuals and businesses to get electric cars, electric fleet, and other electric vehicles. We are a successful technology start up, with a team of over 50 people and revenues that make us blush. We’re dedicated to driving sustainable change and already serve tens of thousands of consumers with fantastic customer service.
What you’ll be doing
We are looking for an incredible junior designer, passionate about form and function and putting them in the hands of customers to pick up and steer our communications to the next level. Someone who is constantly curious and eager to learn, keen to work alongside other talents in the design and tech departments and a joy of engaging with people.
What we are looking for
A drive to create frictionless experiences and strong examples of your work
Core design skill set - Sketch / Invision/Adobe Creative Suite
Ability to take an idea from a light bulb moment to full implementation
Ability to engage with internal and external stakeholders
Entrepreneurial flair with a strong customer focus
Interest in technology and/or sustainability
Strong writing skills (words are half the battle)
Experience with print
Experience working with development teams
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