Product Designer/ Developer

Recruiter
Burgon & Ball
Location
Dorset
Salary
Salary c.£30,000.
Posted
01 Feb 2019
Closes
01 Mar 2019
Job Discipline
Other
Experience Level
Executive
Sectors
Other
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

PRODUCT DESIGNER/DEVELOPER

Exciting opportunity for a highly creative Product Designer / Developer to join a dynamic and expanding garden tools and lifestyle company, part of an international group and based in a prime location on the Dorset coast.

With a min HND in Product or Industrial Design you will have gained key experience in overseeing the complete product development process from initial concept and design through prototyping, sampling to mass production.

You need to be confident in using Rhino/Photoshop/InDesign, familiar with a broad spectrum of materials and manufacturing processes, and possess a natural flair and awareness of fashion and trends. 

Trend researching, supplier sourcing and budget responsibility, with a sound understanding of costs, margins, profit and sales, will also be integral to this role.

Naturally organised, an excellent communicator and persuasive team player, you will be responsible for co-ordinating with all inter-company departments and fostering the great relationships necessary to ensure a smooth and successful product launch.

An interest in gardening would be a huge plus. Salary c.£30,000. 

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