Expanding our team 2020

If you have a love of the arts and want to work with some of the UK’s most exciting and important cultural organisations, come and join us.

We’ve got specific roles to fill (with links to details below).  But we’re more interested in finding brilliant people, who want to work here, than worrying about job titles.

If you really want to work here, drop us a line and tell us why.

opportunities@cogdesign.com

Digital Project Manager

Salary: around £30K

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We’re looking for the perfect mix of technical, creative, practical and personable; a confident project manager, a thoughtful negotiator, and a creative problem solver. You’ll need the tact, tenacity, patience and stamina to steer complex, long-term projects through to completion. And you’ll need to be flexible and adaptable enough pick up on multiple short-term tasks as they drop in.

This is a hands-on, studio based role with a smattering of external client meetings, presentations and workshops to run.

Designer   

Salary: £28K – £35K

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We’re looking for a designer who has the confidence and experience to take on complex website projects (amongst other exciting work).

We all work across branding, campaigns and editorial design but the majority of our work is designing considered, complex websites for theatres, venues and arts organisations.

We’re expecting to employ someone who thrives under the pressure of a full-time studio position.

We’re looking for a confident, articulate, intelligent designer who is equally comfortable talking with clients, project mangers and developers.

WordPress developer

Salary: Around £35K

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We build websites, with audiences in mind, for some of the UK’s most interesting and exciting arts organisations.

  • Somedays that might mean focusing on a new build site, creating bespoke WordPress theming.
  • Somedays it’ll mean working with our project managers, thinking laterally about specific technical problems.
  • Somedays it’ll mean working with our designers through a list of fixes and snagging points.
We focus on WordPress but do get involved in other PHP based development.

We need someone who is flexible, focused and methodical. You’ll be working alongside two hugely experienced developers who manage both the front and back-end of our sites.

They usually work remotely but the rest of us are studio based. We’re happy for you to work in ways that best suit you.

Assistant project manager (digital)

Salary: around £24K

Download the job specification for full details.

Our first priority is to find someone who really wants to work with us and grow within our team.

This is a chance to make your mark, delivering digital projects for some of the UK’s most significant (and fun) cultural sector clients.

You’ll be working in an experienced team, liaising between creative clients, designers and developers.

You’ll need to be clam, organised, and tenacious. We’re looking for a mix of of technical, creative, practical and personable; someone who can grow into a confident project manager.

This is a hands-on, studio based role with a smattering of client meetings, presentations and workshops to attend.

Design intern

Paid (at National Minimum Wage)  

We offer internships for two months, with the offer to extend by a month or two.

We are ideally suited to a design graduate who has an interest in the arts (or would like to cultivate one).

We’re not expecting you to be a fully-fledged designer but we do expect you to be enthusiastic about becoming one.

You’ll work as part of our team and we’ll match you with one person who will provide specific support and one-to-one feedback.

Download the full job description for more details.