This is a rare opportunity for a junior to intermediate Art Director/Copywriter Creative Team to partner up and join this amazing, humble content and creative strategy agency in central Auckland.
You will have that mix of hunger and humility – the perfect combination that will slot into this great internal culture. This agency are focussed on producing the best creative output - amplifying briefs, creating compelling stories and then making them come to life. In this role you will get phenomenal exposure to the full raft of talent and skills required to bring (your) creative ideas to life including the execution - with full creative control, and mentorship from the creative director team.
Working on a wide range of global creative briefs, you will work across the full spectrum – the last minute creative projects, through to the longer-term rollouts. This agency provides a unique offering of design, content, social, VR/AR, TV / film production – your creative ideas won’t stop at a print ad!
You will have at least one years’ experience, ideally within a highly creative agency – have a love of social and content- and big ideas.
If you are a hungry and driven creative team, or a copywriter or art director, looking to pair up – and would love the opportunity to work with an innovative Auckland agency - send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Reference Job 2627.
Visit The Creative Store website www.thecreativestore.co.nz to view all our jobs online.
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How many people are left at Clems in Wgtn? I hear ddb have taken Fly Buys off them as well...
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Oh dear... This is incomprehensible.
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