Intermediate Content Designer - Digital - Social - Motion
A digital designer who is a jack-of-all trades: part designer, part social media implementer, part motion creator. You will be looking for a role that offers you flexibility. Take sole charge of the deliverables and work where and when you need to get the job done. You will have worked in the digital space for a few years in businesses that have a social and content focus for their clients. Take ownership of projects, client-facing where required. You will be savvy with creative budgets. Contract or full time are both options that could work for you.
A fledgling media agency. Offices in Ponsonby. This is a newly created role which will bring the team to a total of three staff, and growing. Plenty of options to define the role and help shape the business. Work for the owner who is a respected and accomplished media practitioner with experience within some of the biggest traditional and new media environments. And a nice person to top it all off.
If the above sounds like you, give Clinton a call on +6421442295 and send your CV/portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting job ref. #5441SP, or click the "Apply via Email" button.
To be considered for this role, you must have the right to live and work in New Zealand. Only successful applicants will be contacted.
In recent memory Kiwibank have been for the most part, somewhat different than the others. This is very same same. As in same as the BNZ. Same as an insurance company. This is good enough, but the same.
It was really rewarding to see all the Graphic judges this year awarding themselves golds. Nice guys!
I understand some of these words
Wow! Congratulations to the whole team.
Hilarious, until the next fatal local shark attack...
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