This is an exciting opportunity to join a highly regarded, boutique agency with lots of attitude.
Our client is looking for a design director / art director / ideas generator to join their team on a 3 – 4 day a week, ongoing contract basis.
You will be a hands-on designer, supported by a senior and junior. Being a high level creative designer, unique and bespoke ideas will come easily to you, you will relish sharing your ideas and brainstorming with the team. Ideally you will be an all-round creative with 360 experience, social, content and illustration skills.
The most important aspect to this role is brand – your understanding of brand, understanding how to delve into the emotional content of brand, and being able to return the brief with well crafted design.
You will be confident working with clients, can take a mean brief and really get to the essence of the outcome clients are looking for. Being a highly conceptual thinker, you will enjoy the challenge and be full of cool ideas around brand engagement, packaging design and FMCG.
If you have swagger in your design and enjoy working on bespoke, individual design projects – and love a 3 - 4 day assignment ongoing, send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (09) 365 1077 to discuss the role further. Reference: Job 2454.
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