Graphic Designer

  • Napier-Hastings - Hawkes Bay

Are you an intermediate to senior level graphic, with digital design skills, either currently based in Hawkes Bay or keen to get out of the city for a more mellow change of pace? Here’s your chance!

You are a creative designer who can self-managing and has great interpersonal skills. With this design company you will be working with some very exciting clients on a wide range of projects, from brand identity through to brochures, website design and promotional material.

This is a fast-paced environment and some projects have short timelines, which requires you to be flexible and be able to efficiently prioritise jobs accordingly with the clients’ needs.

You will be highly proficient using InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and Wordpress. Some experience in Video editing and UX design would be an advantage – allowing you to work across a wide range of projects along with amplifying client briefs and providing the most engaging solutions.

You will be a collaborative team member who understands the need for a strong customer focus. You will be flexible to work in with clients’ needs and can multitask with ease. Strong creativity and attention to detail is a must have.

If you are looking to leave the city commute behind you and enjoy the benefits of producing world class creative in regional New Zealand – send your CV and work to Hana al Chadwick at The Creative Store, email or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Reference Job: 2874.

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