The Brand Agency, part of Australia’s largest communications group WPP AUNZ, has a new opportunity for a Graphic Artist in its Auckland office. This role will see you work on artwork and concepts across a range of mediums including press, catalogues, brochures, digital and TV in a fast paced environment.
As well as attention to detail that’s second to none, your speed and proficiency will be put to the test as you multi-task your way through numerous jobs at any given time.
Whilst working closely with all departments, you will have excellent layout and typographic skills as well as the ability to work within clearly defined brand guidelines to produce high quality work.
You are a problem solver who attacks challenges head on with drive and passion.
The role will see you:
Have a firm understanding of pre-press and are an absolute master of InDesign (and its shortcuts), Photoshop and Illustrator within a Mac environment
HTML/CSS skills – not full on front end development but some experience working with HTML/CSS to understand how a web asset is built and ability to make animated web tiles
CMS Platform experience, for example Sizmek
Experience working with developers and designers
There will be a crossover between print and digital so a good knowledge of setting up and preparing files for output are required
Please do not apply if you are seeking a design position. This is a finished art/digital role and you should thrive on creating technically accurate work.
Ideally you will have 3-5 years experience in an agency environment.
If this sounds like you, please email your CV and a brief cover letter to: email@example.com referencing TBA240718.
To apply, you must have the right to live and work in New Zealand.
We appreciate your understanding that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and that due to the high number of applicants we receive, we are unable to reply to individual phone calls or emails.
No recruitment consultants please.
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