Intermediate/Senior Designer with stand-out portfolio for small North Shore design studio working across brand, packaging, product and design thinking.
• Collaborative creative team and culture
• Long term, entrepreneurial clients
• Down to earth, open and honest (no prima donnas need apply!)
This small design studio flies a bit under the radar but that's because they let their work do the talking. And you'll know it when you see it! With long-term brand clients across brand/packaging/product/design thinking, they're now looking for a Senior Brand Designer to join their team. Ideally you will already be a Senior Designer, but we are also open to an exceptional Intermediate Designer if you can prove you're ready, or nearly ready, to step up.
Working closely with a collaborative team, your role will be to develop creative design concepts and solutions for their clients. You will be actively involved with clients as well as being able to confidently contribute in client meetings and present your work with passion and strategic understanding.
Your portfolio will show a strong conceptual ability across all areas of design, but with strength in brand and packaging. You also have strong production skills and the ability to work effectively with a job from conception to delivery.
You will need to be confident and outgoing with a good sense of humour and be keen to work hard to produce outstanding results.
This role is ideal for a self-starter who is happy to be a team player and collaborator. If you can see the potential in this exciting new role, apply now by sending your CV and portfolio to email@example.com. For questions or a confidential chat, call Jo Bayley on 021 972 054.
Please note this role is only open to those already living in New Zealand and legally entitled to apply for a permanent role.
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