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Multimedia Designer - University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Employer: University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Department: Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Location: Birmingham

Salary: £26,565-£35,577

This role is based at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital but provides services to all Trust locations. This post is a 21 month fixed term, or secondment to support the Umbrella Service until the end of the current contract.

Please note application is via NHS jobs only and support information provided within the application should contain a link to view a digital portfolio of your work.

We seek a Multimedia Designer to join our creative team at one of the largest NHS Trusts in the country; working to promote the Umbrella Sexual Health Service across Birmingham and Solihull and producing content to support the delivery of the key priority outcomes of the service.

The role will be responsible for creation of high quality moving image content across a wide range of platforms and new technologies to engage with and provide education to the diverse population of Birmingham and Solihull.

The ideal candidate will have imagination, artistic flair and talent to produce the best design solutions for a project. They will keep themselves up-to-date with trends and technologies; possess a creative eye and artistic aptitude and have the ability to easily turn a script or a concept into an impressive computer-generated animation.

To excel in this role, you must be highly skilled in motion graphics and 3D design software and storytelling and have a strong working knowledge of social media.

With proven experience in a multimedia design role and a relevant degree, you'll have an expert knowledge of the full Adobe Creative Cloud suite along with specialist animation software e.g.Cinema 4D, Blender etc. and be experienced in managing animation and design projects from conception to delivery.

We are seeking someone who is politically, culturally and socially aware; who can handle diverse, complex and sensitive situations; and who can develop relationships internally and externally.

Key tasks

  • A capability to run the pre-production aspects of a production including reading scripts and storylines to understand animation and design requirements
  • Ability to communicate visual concepts to clients clearly
  • Prepare presentations with raw designs to clients
  • Develop storyboards for the initial stages of production
  • Create models, drawings and illustrations by hand or electronically
  • Communicate visual concepts to clients clearly and with flexibility to ensure their understanding
  • Ensure synchronization of frames and audio
  • Confidently trouble shoot issues with images or sound
  • Collaborate with production crew (designers, directors etc.)

Skills and Experience

  • Degree or equivalent experience in computer animation, 3D/graphic design or relevant field
  • Ability to analyse and identify trends and make recommendations
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Good organisational and prioritisation skills
  • Strong IT literacy, Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Ability to take direction, give direction and work as part of team
  • Ability to critique your own and others work constructively to deliver best outcome

About Umbrella

In August 2015 Birmingham City Council (BCC) and Solihull Metropolitan Borough

Council (SMBC) commissioned Umbrella to provide a new, unique, outcomes-based sexual health service that would enable greater access to sexual health services for all Birmingham and Solihull residents.

Umbrella seeks to achieve this greater access through an innovative combination of training, education, health promotion and partnership working, building the most integrated sexual health service for all of its service users.

The Umbrella model has completely redesigned the traditional sexual health service.

Prior to Umbrella, sexual health service models had been fragmented, treatment-based and predominantly delivered in specialist clinical centres. Umbrella has transformed the model into a prevention-based, community-focused service with education, empowerment and self-care at its core.

The success of the Umbrella service is measured in terms of its performance in supporting 10 sexual health priority outcomes around which our social media, marketing and promotional activities are centred:

  1. Reducing under-18 conceptions
  2. Increasing chlamydia diagnoses in the 15–24 age group
  3. Reducing the late diagnosis of HIV
  4. Improving support for people vulnerable to, and victims of, sexual coercion, sexual violence and exploitation
  5. Providing better access to services for high risk communities
  6. Ensuring prompt access for earlier diagnosis and treatment
  7. Increasing the use of effective good quality contraception
  8. Reducing the number of people repeatedly treated for STIs
  9. Reducing the number of abortions; repeat abortions under the age of 25
  10. Reducing the transmission of HIV, STIs and blood borne viruses (BBV)

 

Closing Date: 17/08/2018

Contact Name: Julia Ricks

Email Address: julia.ricks@uhb.nhs.uk

Link: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/501f447b482ab969e849da6d3209aaab/?vac_ref=915178904

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