It’s Nice That is looking for two new creatives to join the team and work across our editorial and commercial projects. This is a rare opportunity to help shape the future of one of the most respected creative platforms around.
Since launching in 2007, It’s Nice That has been dedicated to building a credible and accessible creative destination like no other. Over the past 12 years, It’s Nice That has received critical acclaim and cemented itself as a trusted pillar in contemporary creative culture, reaching an online audience of over half a million readers a month and a total reach in excess of 1.5 million.
We are actively looking for two creatives to join the creative team and work across all It’s Nice That projects, including the website, our bi-annual magazine, our monthly event Nicer Tuesdays, and our commercial partnerships.
Ideally you are a creative who has an interest in working in many modes, including concept, art direction and design. For more information on the roles and to apply for either the junior or middleweight creative role, please click on the relevant link here: Junior Creative or Middleweight Creative.
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