Wellington or Auckland.
Content creation/Copy writing.
Hands-on design role.
Interested in high-end design? Specifically high end furniture? You will be a highly driven digital jack of all trades. A content creator capable of spotting opportunities in the business and maximising them through digital and traditional media. You will work with the design team (based in Wellington) to further enhance the quality of the clients offering. As well as shaping the design look of presentations and pitch/tender documents. You will be responsible for website maintenance and the social media presence. You will have a sharp eye for emerging trends and Technologies.
A leading manufacturer of high end furniture. Working with blue chip clients on large scale production, with an Australasian focus. A New Zealand company heralding from the South Island with a strong heritage and impeccable credentials. A history that spans close to 30 years.
If the above sounds like you, give Clint a call on +6421442295 and send your CV/portfolio to email@example.com, quoting job ref. #5235SP, or click the "Apply via Email" button.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Preference will be given to applicants entitled to work and currently residing in NZ.
My lord what horizontal will this company not try? 'Anyone got any ideas,... we've done journalism, media, internet, websites, power, taking on netflix... yeah... anyone.. anything else??... Did someone say health insurance?? Genius, let's do it!'
A brilliant call.
Delving into it a bit more, you say that lots of people have drawn things using gps. That would be ok if you leapt from miscellaneous drawings to the idea of drawing dicks. But this didn’t. This went from drawing ...
I'm afraid it kind of is man. The drawing of dicks using the maps was someone else's idea. It was then repurposed for a advertising purpose. And let's not pretend that the creatives who 'repurposed' it didn't see the original ...
Sigh... no. It wasn't "just a logo"on the end. Delve into a bit more. Use your brain. You're better than this. (Hopefully.)
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