Design Director

  • Sydney

Are you at the Digital Design Director level and super keen to make the move to Sydney? Come and join this dynamic and growing creative technology agency located in Surry Hills.
This Design Director role offers the opportunity to join a talented studio team, who think strategically and execute creative across media; to build brands and support clients with a consultative approach.
Our client is looking for a digital creative who will guide the work through their agency, via strategy, creative and development – having the nous and confidence to lead large projects, and work collaboratively with the wider team. You will work across a range of clients including blue chip brands.

You will be responsible for directing and mentoring the junior members. Each brief will excite and enthuse you. This passion will flow through to your team. You will offer mentorship and guidance, to ensure each and every creative brief is being responded to – conceptually and to the highest standard.

Within this role, you will be focused upon creative projects that are a combination of health and consumer. For example; branding, collateral, infographics, editorial, websites visual / UI design, motion graphics, animations and more. You will have a portfolio showcasing a refined visuals aesthetic across crafted designs, branding and beautiful clean typographic and editorial solutions for digital media. You will have the love of being hands-on and the ability to execute the work yourself when required.
Working closely with the Creative Director, you will together maintain and improve the agency design product.
If you are looking to work in Sydney with a trending digital agency, enjoy all the frills and perks you’d expect from an agency along with support and structured training to keep your leadership skillset growing, send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email Hana@thecreativestore.co.nz or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.

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