Fast growing dynamic company, exciting career opportunity
Graphic Designer / Creative Multi Talented Marketing Whizz
J&P Turner Ltd is searching for a talented Graphic Designer / Creative Marketing enthusiast to join our fun, innovative and fast paced marketing team.
Leverage your exceptional design skills to independently write and construct marketing communications from the ground up. Work along-side the marketing manager to re-invent and graphically design;
and all things in the marketing space.
We are seeking a person with sophisticated visual finesse. If you enjoy cutting edge design and appreciate modern packaging ideas as found on Dieline, Pinterest and similar sites, this role could be for you.
This is a substantial career opportunity for an energetic, can do, detailed focused, smart person.
Key requirements include:
Graphic design experience and a great portfolio
A can do attitude - able to assist the marketing manager
Slick copy writing skills
Creativity and fresh thinking
Nice to have:
Website design and build experience
Confidence with Social Media
About the company
J&P Turner Group is an Auckland based, family owned, fresh produce, flowers, organics and FMCG marketing company. The group has an extensive portfolio of domestic and international brands and products which we distribute through retail and foodservice partners.
To apply for this job go to: www.freshdirect.recruitmenthub.co.nz & enter ref code: 3681065.
Applications close 08 September 2017
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