Southland Museum and Art Gallery, Full Time.
Southland Museum and Art Gallery Niho o te Taniwha is at the centre of preservation of heritage in Southland. Our exhibitions, historical and contemporary, are sourced from Southland and beyond. We also have the world renowned Tuatarium attracting visitors from all over the world.
We're looking for an experienced graphics designer - someone with a passion for exploring and implementing visual concepts - someone who can listen to and interpret ideas and turn them into high quality graphic design. Energy and innovation are a must, as are excellent communication skills and the ability to work within a changing environment.
In this role, you will be responsible for providing creative and high quality graphic design services for exhibitions and publications, PR and marketing, public programmes and education, retail and commercial, wayfinding, signage and visual brand identity
Working at this level, you'll of course have a recognised qualification in the arts/design field. You'll know Adobe Creative Suite like the back of your hand, and have demonstrable experience producing quality work in both print and digital. You are well-organised yet flexible - meaning you'll take the busy nature of this role in your stride. You'll enjoy the challenge of creating beautiful designs to engage and inspire our community and visitors.
For more information please see the full job description online or contact the Invercargill City Council on 03 211 1777.
Apply online at www.icc.govt.nz
Applications close 26 January 2018
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