P3230 Digital Developer

  • Auckland - Ellerslie

Are you keen to be part of something new and exciting? Get in at the ground floor with this international creative production agency setting up their Auckland operation.

Our client is a leading independent production agency, specialising in content creation and innovative technology.
They have an exceptional opportunity, based in Auckland, for an experienced Digital Developer to join their team.

Technical Skills:

The ideal candidate should display a high competence in the Adobe Suite. Additionally, you should have high competency in the following:
Mobile Responsive Design

Qualifications & Experience:

Minimum 5 years code experience
Strategic thinker
Excellent portfolio of work
A great communicator
Self starter and highly motivated
Ability to work under pressure
Team player

Your folio will need to demonstrate clean and strong technical design and experience working on a variety of digital work.

To be successful in this position you must possess a motivational drive, good work ethics, have an excellent eye for detail and be able to meet strict deadlines with high levels of accuracy.

Please send your up to date CV to annie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz with the reference P3230 Digital Developer. You must have an appropriate work Visa for NZ and be eligible to work in a full time permanent position.

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