Consumer Brands. NZ Premium Manufacturer and Brand Developer - Home Fragrance.
An up and coming Finished Artist with an impeccable eye for detail and a minimum of 1-2 years' experience, preferably in a studio environment. You will have an understanding of consumer brands, FMCG, love high end packaging & consumer brands and enjoy a fast paced environment with plenty of variety. From trade event materials, stands and promotional material through to point of sale and packaging deliverables this is a varied positon with plenty of opportunity to learn on the job from experienced hands.
An initial 6 month contract is offered.
The role will focus on the production of home fragrance products for local and international clients, all major household brands in the premium space. Working with suppliers locally and in China it could be an advantage if you had a working knowledge of Mandarin? (or the desire to pick it up).
You will be the kind of person that wants to be involved in every step in the process, from mood-boards to photography, prototyping, finished art, printing, styling, press passing, quoting, supplier relations & packaging finishings.
A leading NZ home fragrance brand. Based in Auckland. Privately owned and with a 25 year pedigree of producing amazing fragrances in beautiful, on trend and refined packaging.
To find out more, call Clinton Ulyatt on (+64) 021442295 or in the first instance email your CV and Portfolio to email@example.com quoting job Ref. #5171SP, or press the 'Apply via Email' button.
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