Graphic Designer – Mid-Senior - Wellington
Our client is a leading Brand Consultancy in Wellington. They are looking for a talented Graphic Designer to become part of the team.
Attitude is important to this team. Despite being one of Wellington's leading Brand Consultancies, they are a small, tight-knit unit that has worked together for numerous years. You will want to be part of that team and willing to work collaboratively to create great work and equally great outcomes for their clients. You will be someone who is prepared to get involved to push yourself and encourage others to produce great work. The role will suit someone who has drive and ambition and works across a range of deliverables, in print and online environments.
We are interested to hear from designers with a range of experience and ability. This is a role for someone with an established track record, but need not be a true Senior Designer. Our client is prepared to help grow and develop talent; the Designer who is leaving was with the team for 11 years and began as a relative junior.
With a heritage that spans 30 years, this design studio has become a Wellington institution. They have maintained a strong contemporary relevance and their work remains at the top of the game. Situated in the Central Business District in the vicinity Cuba Street, their outputs range across a great mix of commercial, Government and culture work.
Send your CV and portfolio to Clinton Ulyatt quoting Ref #5842SP to email@example.com or call Clint on 021442295
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