CO2 Design is a graphic design company situated in Paisley adjacent to Paisley Grammar School,
less than 15 minutes from Glasgow city centre. We specialise in branding, printed material, websites
Role: IT – Web Developers
Business : CO2 Design Limited
Salary: Very Competitive
Contract : Permanent/Full-Time
They specialise in branding, printed material, websites and e-flyers. Founded in 2003 with over 20
years experience, CO2 Design is one of Scotland’s most successful graphic design companies.
CO2 provide robust, practical and exciting solutions to any communications challenge. Their market
knowledge gives them a unique insight into the needs of all their clients.
As a young company they offer a service to switched-on local SME’s, start-ups or established
companies that realise the necessity to produce first class promotional material.
They help develop the image of companies by designing professional logos and continuing the
branding theme throughout stationery, marketing material and any other media Companies wish to
use to communicate with their customers.
Ideal Candidates will have Programming experience in PHP/ MySQL, HTML/CSS and
The candidate will be responsible for the design and development of websites, web applications,
email and web marketing campaigns and the day to day maintenance of existing websites. The
candidate must be a team player, self-motivated, creative and have a good understanding of design.
Please email your CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org with a covering letter saying why you think you
would be good for the position, samples of your work and any relevant link to recent work.
Entitlement to work in the EEA is essential.
• Programming Experience
• JAVA SCRIPT/Jquery
Skills & Core Capabilities
• Team working
• Report writing
• Digital media understanding
• Meeting deadlines
• Desktop research
• Microsoft office – word, excel and PowerPoint
• Entitlement to work in the EEA is essential
Applicant’s data and privacy will be maintained at all times under the requirements of the
Data Protection Act