Full-time Graphic Designer - for good reason
Creative professions too quickly enjoyed the benefits of homeworking and this currently causes problems in returning to offices and getting back to full-time employment. Access consultancy's recruitment consultants get to that conclusion after working on various vacancies, not just the last few months when we were forced up working from home but in the last two years.
Working on vacancies, which generally can be performed remotely, our consultants find that professionals from various fields who have already had the opportunity to work freelance rarely accept employment offers with full-time attendance in the company.
Professions related to design, for example, require focus, inspiration, and an atmosphere that every artist understands differently. "We currently have a client in Ruse who is looking for a graphic designer and who not only offers excellent working conditions - such as comfort, working atmosphere, and technology but also encourages openminded and ambitious people," said Rositsa Velikova, Manager at the recruitment company Access Consultancy.
Our task as consultants is to convince candidates that this way of working, required by the employer, has its advantages, but it is also necessary," said Velikova. She added that candidates from all over the country have contacted the recruitment company for the position of Graphic Designer. "We are looking for a person who is ready to enter a production unit with a lot of dynamism, with a growing customer base and with deadlines that require a quick response as well as a desire for quality completion of the customer project." Job seekers in the creative professions, such as graphic designers, as well as those from any other area, can call the consulting company to get detailed information and career guidance.
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