Graduate Graphic Designer



Job Role: Graduate Graphic Designer


This role is only available to people under 25 who are receiving Universal Credit.

The opportunity is funded by Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) as part of the national Kickstart scheme. The scheme lasts for 6 months with the possibility of a long term position.


Job Summary


Your job role will include working closely with the project manager and community artist to create content for the company’s social media platforms, including keeping all social media channels updated and brand-focused, and seeking out new social media avenues and ways of connecting with audiences. This will include designing posts, creating dynamic written and visual content, and using a variety of social media marketing techniques to raise our online profile. You will create vibrant and exciting visual content that promotes audience interaction, increases audience presence on company sites, and encourages audience participation. Promote projects, services and content in a way that is consistent with the organisation’s brand and social media strategy.

Propose new innovative ideas and concepts for social media content, by developing new posts for social media strategies and campaigns. Develop concepts, graphics and layouts for new projects, illustrations, and company logos. Preparing rough drafts of material based on an agreed brief and reviewing final layouts with the project manager and suggesting improvements if required.

Essential Qualifications


BA (Hons) Degree in

Graphic Design.


Please download our Word document for full details on this job post.

We are looking for new volunteers to join our team
Are you interested in expanding  your knowledge and experiences in the following areas?
  • Working with your local community

  • Working closely with artist, leaning new techniques and skills.

  • Helping organise and deliver creative workshops, events and trips

  • Working with young people, adults, children.

  • Working with people from different backgrounds and learning ant they culture.


We will offer you
  • A positive environment to work in

  • Help build confidence and set new goals

  • Support with travel and expenses

  • A professional and friendly team to work with

  • Extensive training is provided to carry out the role.


If you are interested in art and making a difference
  • Reliable

  • Positive

  • Honest

  • Friendly

  • Approachable

  • Enthusiastic about learning new skills

  • Looking to build your confidence and excel in your work


We would like to hear from you

How to apply


“I’m a Syrian refugee I studied Architecture in Syria, but due to the war I had to Flee with my family and now live in Pendle. Community Arts by ZK gave me the opportunity to be creative again, learn new skills and make contact with other people in the community”

Hala Diarbkrly