Intermediate Mac-Op/Designer

  • Auckland Central

You:
You will ideally have a degree in graphic design as well as a few years experience at the coal face, within a studio environment. You will be proficient in Creative Cloud, InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator and be able work under pressure in a retail environment and as a team. If successful, you will be instrumental in the production of retail point of sale, ticketing, catalogue production, product packaging, EDMs and advertising material for some of New Zealand's leading retail brands.

Them:
Our client is a leading retailer with operations in the homewares, stationery, accessories and jewellery sector, and stores throughout NZ and Australia. The opportunity exists for an intermediate designer to join the in-house team based in their central Auckland CBD production studio.

Us:
To find out more, call Clinton Ulyatt on (+64) 021442295, or in the first instance email your CV and Portfolio to cv@3rdeye.co.nz quoting job Ref. #5172SP.

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