Do you want to be part of a fun and enthusiastic creative team within an organisation that is working for Canterbury?
Environment Canterbury is seeking an experienced and savvy senior designer, and a less experienced but equally creative designer to join our team.
The successful applicants will have outstanding concept and design abilities, think creatively and will be expected to design and produce a wide range of printed and electronic material from reports through to video editing. You will also be required to work directly with internal and external clients, suppliers, key stakeholders and business partners.
Skills required include Adobe Creative Cloud, PremierPro and Mailchimp, photographic and video skills. You’ll need to have the ability to take a brief from inception through to completion, with excellent attention to detail. We are a small team located within the Communications and Engagement section, so the design work is a key part in making sure the community is well informed.
Applicants should have great customer service skills and hold a tertiary qualification in design or equivalent, or have 5 years+ relevant industry experience.
More information is available in the job description online. If you believe you meet the brief please apply via http://careers.ecan.govt.nz and provide five pages of your best portfolio work. Portfolio files should be no more than 4mb - if they are larger please still apply online and email the portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications close on Monday 27 November 2017
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