Consumer Brands / FMCG / Packaging - Singapore/Shanghai - Senior Designer
• Roles in Singapore & Shanghai
• Ready to change gear and go up a notch?
• Available now?
You may be a designer that has been educated in NZ. You will have earnt your stripes working in first-tier design houses either here in NZ or aboard. You will have a love of packaging, brand and FMCG. And a specialisation that points towards packaging. If you are up for an adventure and want to have the backing of a truly international design then this is for you.
You’ll be the Lead Designer on new projects and pitches, generating and executing original Branded Packaging design concepts; with a core focus on Premium FMCG packaging in the Food & Beverage, Personal Care and Beers, Wines & Spirits Categories.
Working with the Client Servicing Team to produce engaging and award Design solutions that meet client needs. Input to briefs and presenting to clients as required. Supporting New Business Development Team with Pitches and Proposals.
Partnering with the Structural Design Team, the Creative Service Director and Production Department to ensure Design Intent and Quality is maintained throughout the Creative Process as projects move into the Delivery Phase. Working within the Team on a day to day basis as appropriate to deliver a high level of creativity and quality; consistently exceeding expectations. Participating in WIP / internal reviews as required, preparing compelling presentations of concept work.
Supporting the ECD and CD in building a dynamic, thriving creative environment; motivating and enthusing the design team, contributing to the growth and development of the company. Additionally, the role requires a proactive approach to building and maintaining creative and commercial knowledge; high awareness of current design trends, client sectors and client competitor activity.
Our client is one of the Top 3 Design Agency Networks in AsiaPac and now the #1 International Agency in China, with offices in Shanghai, Singapore, London and New York. The business has a long-standing reputation (founded 1967) for creating, crafting and managing world-class global brands. An established Roster of Global MNCs including Unilever, Nestle, Mondelez, Danone, Wyeth, Heinz, Reckitt Benckiser and Ferrero & a host of other leading brands. Their key strengths are in the areas of innovation, ideation, implementation strategy and design across branding, packaging, graphics, structural design and consumer experience.
If you have a solid CV and Portfolio with a good representation of packaging/consumer brands work - we need to hear from you. To find out more, call Clinton Ulyatt on (+64) 021442295 or in the first instance email your CV and Portfolio to email@example.com quoting job number #5694.
Please note candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.
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