Graphic & Branding Designer | Auckland | $75 - $80k

  • Auckland
  • $75 - 80k

Are you strong in craft and branding? Looking to work under a top Creative Director? Our top 20 design agency client is looking for an award winning, high-end Intermediate Designer to join their creative team. Paying a top intermediate salary and the opportunity to grow into a Senior role within 12 months, this is a role not to be missed...

You'll be confident in voicing your ideas to the team, while being encouraged to do so. You'll have experience in branding, typography, layout and publication design. Bringing your high level of design knowledge and skills to every brief.

The successful candidate will work across a range of top clients, and grow with an agency set to do big things in 2018.

Keen to interview before Christmas, start ASAP, apply now!!

Required Experience:

• Min 5 + years agency experience.
• A background in fashion or lifestyle clients (a bonus).
• Strong across both print and digital design.

Required Skills:

• A passion for branding and ideation.
• Strong in typography, layout and publication design.
• Ability to sell their ideas to the team.
• Experience being client facing.

Required Worth Ethic:

• Strong attention to detail.
• Confidence in their own work.
• A passion for branding and design.
• Highly organised, ability to multi-task.
• Proactive, keen to learn and develop.
• Takes on a flexible approach, and happy to roll up their sleeves when necessary.

Required Qualifications:

Tertiary (preferred).

Personality & Culture Fit:

• Team player.
• Socialable.
• Hardworking.
• Has the confidence to share and critique ideas.

Salary Range:

$75 - 80k + KiwiSaver

Key Benefits:

• Career development.
• CD mentoring.
• Central Location with street parking.
• Health Insurance Package.
• Fun team culture.

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Let Leighton and The Pond agents help you realise your market value and future career potential. Apply today, or get in touch for more information. Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.

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