• Work across multiple advertising channels
• Part-time role (4 days a week)
• Based in Auckland
At Westpac NZ, we know that to be a great place to work, we need great people like you. We’re on the lookout for a senior or intermediate Graphic/Digital Designer to join our in-house marketing team based at our Takutai Square location in Auckland, New Zealand.
The face of design is changing. Our customers are increasingly becoming more digitally-savvy and we’re aiming to stay one step ahead. As part of our in-house marketing studio, you’ll help our internal teams create on-brand content that communicates our brand in a seamless and approachable way.
We want to catch the attention of our customers in a way that is clear and to the point, inspiring them to be confident with their finances. That means creating impactful, recognisable, eye-catching creative in the many advertising channels our customers use to communicate with us.
Your work will cross between multiple advertising channels such as print advertising, experiential, merchandising and technology-based advertising like website, eDM, and social. This role requires a fresh conceptual thinker, with recognised experience in branding, marketing and communications. You’ll also need to be skilled in HTML and CCS programmes for the build of digital banners and adverts for our Westpac One, mobile apps and other technology-based advertising.
• Minimum 3+ years in Graphic/Digital design
• Strong visual, digital and UI designer
• Skilled in the latest Adobe CS and related software (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat)
• Skilled in HTML and CCS programmes
• Strong print and digital artworker capabilities
• Good understanding of the briefing process, clear and detailed thinking
• Good print processes knowledge
• Ability to work in a 'one-team' environment
Working with Westpac, you'll find a positive, enthusiastic work place with plenty of challenges, inspiration and support. If this opportunity feels like the type of job you're passionate about, and it fits with your skills and experience, please click apply below to send us your CV and Portfolio with a covering letter explaining why you'd be right for Westpac NZ.
Please note that this is a four day per week role and candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.
You can contact John Williams, Recruitment Consultant, at john.williams-HR@westpac.co.nz.
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