Graphic Designer | Auckland | $90k - $100k

  • Auckland
  • $90k - $100k

Are you a strong designer, with confidence in leading a team? Looking to work on award winning projects?

My client is a small agency located in central Auckland, and they are growing! They're looking for a senior Graphic Designer to work on the tools, and lead the design direction of the busy studio.

The successful candidate will have a strong portfolio, showcasing their design talents. They'll also be in a senior design role, looking to add more leadership to their day-to-day responsibilities. The candidate will have a passion for all things branding and design, and will be able to present this to clients and the wider team. Reporting to the Creative Director, the candidate will be vital in the growth of the business in 2018.

If you have an outstanding portfolio, and are looking for your opportunity to immerse yourself in a dynamic, modern studio then get in touch today!

Required Experience:

• Min 8+ years experience
• Design / Ad Agency preferred - confident with tight deadlines
• Leading a design team, working with leadership teams on concepts, presentations and new amazing ideas
• Managing a diverse range of projects simultaneously

Required Skills:

• Experience building brand identities from initial meeting to finished product
• Strong communication skills, able to present to clients
• Confident in writing project proposals and working with budgets
• An attention and passion for structured and functional design
• Strong understanding of typography, layout, colour, photography, and identity systems
• Able to write briefs for project collaborators
• Able to lead and direct the design team when needed

Desired Skills:

• Digital Design
• Motion Graphics Design / 3D
• Photography

Required Qualifications:

Tertiary Qualification (preferred)

Personality & Culture Fit:

• Energetic
• Passionate
• Career driven
• Confident


• Dynamic workplace
• Award-winning projects
• Social, fun team

Let Lorna 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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