10 March 2021 The New Statesman is hiring a Creative Artworker Sign UpGet the New Statesman\'s Morning Call email. Sign-up The New Statesman is seeking a creative artworker. Reporting to the head of production and working closely with the creative team, you’ll produce the pages on the New Statesman weekly magazine and supplements, as well as a range of material for the commercial, events and marketing teams. This offers an exciting opportunity to work on a leading politics & culture title during a period of expansion. You will have at least two years’ experience in magazine production, excellent Adobe skills, especially InDesign and Photoshop, a great eye for detail, and will be willing to work late one night a week. An ideal candidate will show evidence of print and digital proficiency, with strong examples of infographic design. Experience in magazine production is essential – monthly or weekly titles ideal. Salary DoE Key responsibilities: – Managing editorial and advertising pages in the New Statesman magazine and supplements – Putting magazines and supplements to press with the head of production, including pre-press checks and liaising with printer – All ad production – Managing the design templates and ensuring correct use – Flowing and art-working editorial pages from the appropriate template, adjusting layouts when necessary – Using CMS to upload ads to app Qualifications: – Two+ years’ experience in magazine design/production – Experience with artworking and pre-press production processes – Ability to create/process ad artwork and liaise directly with clients – An understanding of advertising theory – Confidence in independently taking magazine from template to print-ready product – Detailed understanding of InDesign templates (master pages/paragraph styles/GREP styles…) – Strong InDesign and Photoshop skills, good Illustrator and infographic skills – Meticulous eye for detail Send cover letter, CV, and low-res portfolio to the head of production Peter Williams at email@example.com › Why the construction skills crisis threatens UK climate targets Subscribe For more great writing from our award-winning journalists subscribe for just £1 per month!