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WebMD/Medscape is looking for a qualified graphic designer to join our B2B Marketing Team in the London office. The Medscape Education Marketing Team produces communications and sales materials in the healthcare education market. Reporting to the US-based Creative Director, this role will be responsible for leading the global design efforts, developing creative presentation strategies and materials, and maintaining the most current and innovative design standards. The candidate will be comfortable with receiving constructive feedback and demonstrate an ability to take direction on the development of materials.
· Higher education degree (or equivalent) with focus in graphic design, art, or marketing communications
· 3+ years graphic design experience for a professional audience (Healthcare, Wellness, or Education preferred)
· Portfolio that demonstrates a variety of design projects for business-level audiences
· Expertise in design software programs, particularly the Adobe Suite (PhotoShop, Illustrator, InDesign)
· Understanding of social media platforms and associated design styles
· Ability to work cooperatively with staff, share ideas and develop effective materials
· Ability to manage multiple and competing work priorities, demands, and changes