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Creating and designing visual communications and marketing material (both print and digital) for University of the Arts London’s Student Enterprise & Employability (SEE) service in consultation with the SEE Events and Showcasing team, SEE programme managers and other University of the Arts London colleagues. Art directing projects for print. Commissioning artists and designers, ensuring all work is well-executed, on brief, and deadlines met. Ensuring SEE’s visual identity and UAL’s wider brand guidelines are applied consistently and coherently to all completed design work. To contribute to the ongoing development of SEE’s visual identity. Day-to-day web content creation, updates, editing and administration, to ensure all web/digital content is up-to-date, accurate, accessible, timely, consistent and fit-for-purpose for target audiences in consultation with the Digital Communications and Web Manager. Management of SEE’s social media presence and monthly newsletter. Creating and coordinating content, enhancing and monitoring SEE’s marketing strategy against set targets and objectives in consultation with the Digital Communications and Web Manager and Assistant Director. Promotion of SEE’s events, programmes, opportunities, services and news via the SEE website and social media platforms, and via a network of internal comms partners (e.g. College Web Coordinators, the UAL Communications team and Alumni team); liaising closely with the Digital Communications and Web Manager. Working with the SEE Directors to assist in the delivery and development of broader communication strategies and objectives, for a range of internal/external partnerships and stakeholders across the University. To research and maintain a visual communications image bank and database of designers and other creatives, as potential design/creative suppliers for SEE in the future. To maintain an understanding of the enterprise and employability needs and interests of the University’s students and graduates, and to implement, maintain and promote a range of communication tools to meet these.