Graphic Designer/Artworker

Graphic Designer/Artworker



Date Ending

January 13, 2022

Contract: Permanent at 37 hours per week 

Salary: Up to £25,000 p.a. (depending on experience) plus excellent benefits

Location: Remote working with flexibility required to attend occasional meetings at the Head Office in Stevenage.


Herts for Learning’s Graphic Design team are currently looking for a highly creative Graphic Designer/Artworker with the ability to translate business communications into compelling and engaging visual communication outcomes for print and digital purposes.


The Graphic Designer/Artworker will report to the Studio Lead (Graphic Design) and work closely with the marketing and digital teams to create, develop and implement a wide range of creative concepts, templates, graphics, layouts and illustrations for print and digital purposes. On receiving a graphic design brief, they will be responsible for the full design process – concept, production, print and delivery – and should be confident in liaising with third party suppliers as required (e.g. printers, proofreaders and freelancers).


It is essential the successful candidate has extensive experience of working with InDesign and is competent in working with other Adobe software packages. A confident communicator, the candidate must have an exceptional eye for detail, excellent organisation skills with an enthusiastic and flexible approach to work. They must also be confident acting as a brand champion for the company.


The team are currently working remotely, however post Covid-19 regulations you will have the opportunity to work in the office for a maximum of two days per week, if desired. As there is a permanent home working element to this role, you will need to ensure you are equipped for home working.


If you think you think you have what it takes to join this fast paced environment, working across numerous projects simultaneously, then you are the one we are looking for.


For an informal discussion regarding the role, please contact Jo Leigh on Jo.Leigh@hertsforlearning.co.uk.

If you’re ready to apply, download and complete the HfL application form along with the supporting statement, explaining how you meet the requirements of the job outline, and the equal opportunities form. Once completed, please submit the forms in a word format to hfl.recruitment@hertsforlearning.co.uk along with three of your best pieces of work in a PDF format.

HfL Application Forms

As part of our move towards eradicating unconscious bias within the recruitment process, we ask that you follow the guidance stated in the application forms.

For recruitment queries, our Central Recruitment Team can also be contacted on the hfl.recruitment email address above.

We would love to hear from you.

Closing Date:  Thursday 13th January 2022 at midnight

*Interview Date:  Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th January 2022

*Please note that the interviews will be taking place remotely. Should you be successfully shortlisted, then you will be required to share your full portfolio of visual design work during the interview for the panel to review and discuss.

HfL is committed to being an equal opportunities employer. We insist on the equal treatment of all current and prospective colleagues and will never condone discrimination on the basis of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, gender identity, or marriage and civil partnership.

HfL is also equally committed to becoming an anti-racist organisation and we encourage you to view our Black Lives Matter statement which gives clarity on our anti-racist stance. In our relentless efforts to be an anti-racist organisation, we recognise the negative impacts of under representation and lack of diversity in our organisation, our education system and in all aspects of our society. Therefore, for recruitment into any HfL post, where we have 2 or more candidates of equal merit, candidates with protected characteristics will be given advantage over candidates without such characteristics. This is sometimes referred to as a ‘tie-breaker’ and is referred to as ‘positive action’ in the Equality Act 2010.

To help us meet our high standards and aspirations of a fully diverse and inclusive workplace, we strongly encourage suitably qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply and to join us.

Please note that if you are invited to interview, we will expect you to be prepared to discuss unconscious bias with us; we find these conversations more than any others give us all a good idea of what working together will be like