A renowned GLOBAL, natural health & lifestyle brand is looking for a dynamic Creative Artworker (Mac Operator with a strong emphasis on design) to join their in-house team in the Bay of Plenty.
Are you looking to leave the city smog behind? Are you looking to move South and want to secure a great role with a global brand? Or are you already living in Tauranga and looking to step up into an exciting new local opportunity?
This role will ideally suit someone who has experience in an in-house creative studio. The successful applicant will need to be competent across the full Adobe Suite including Photoshop, Indesign and Illustrator. They will have a good flourish of design flair/technical eye, with a visual ‘spark’ but be happy to deal with the daily churn and a busy, studio environment!
Sunny, warm Bay of Plenty is calling your name.. apply now!
∙ Min 4 + years experience
∙ In-house Studio, agency or production background (preferred)
∙ Software: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat and FTP Systems
∙ Eye for design
∙ Worked with established global brand guidelines
∙ High-end print ready artwork file preparation
∙ Pre-press knowledge
∙ Can manage a diverse range of projects simultaneously
∙ Publication & layout design
∙ Product mock up visuals, POS & Packaging
∙ Quality file saving, management and outputting
∙ Internal & external marketing collateral
∙ Able to collaborate with internal & external teams
∙ Technically strong (setting up style sheets and specifications)
∙ Retouching - basic image retouching
∙ Tertiary (preferred)
Personality & Culture Fit:
∙ Team player
∙ Enjoyable to have around
∙ Global brand
∙ First class studio & creative environment
∙ Organised work environment
∙ 10% bonus component - based on performance
∙ Immediate start. 4 weeks notice is not an issue.
Let Will and The Pond agents help you realise your market value and future career potential. Apply today, or get in touch for more information.
Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.
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