Thinking of applying to one of our job vacancies? Well look no further. We’ve put together a range of posts and tips for you to create the perfect application and find out a bit more about what it’s like to work for emc design.

We thought it would help if we started by telling you how we recruit, our interview process and some top tips for (hopefully) getting that interview.

How to get an interview at a design agency

Recruiting is one of our biggest challenges and finding the right person can be hard, as is finding the right job if you’re a designer. So one of the best ways you can stand out at the early recruitment stage is to have a stellar design portfolio, so here are some of our top tips for creating that perfect portfolio.

Top tips for creating the perfect portfolio

You can also find more tips for creating the perfect portfolio and creative cv via our Pinterest boards.

As mentioned in the previous post, branding your CV and Portfolio are key but do you know the importance of doing it? And are you doing everything you can to make sure you will stand out from the hundreds of other job applicants? Check out our next post to find out the extra things you could be doing to push your application that little bit further.

The importance of branding your CV and portfolio

Lastly, we thought we’d give you a quick insight into what it’s like to be a designer at emc with an interview with one of our design managers. Hear about designer manager Gavin and his background into design, style of working and how he has developed as a designer in his time at emc. You can also find out more about our design agency by taking a look at ‘A Window into our World‘ or checking our ‘Come and Work with Us‘ board on Pinterest.

Want to be a designer at our design agency? [INTERVIEW]

We hope that these posts have been useful and a good insight to what it’s like to with us. Remember applications for our Graduate Scheme close on 29th July and applications for the Artwork Commissioner and Picture Researcher should be sent as soon as possible, as we have started the interview process.