Junior Graphic Designer | Auckland | $40k

  • Auckland
  • $40k

Are you a junior designer? Finished uni and ready to dive head first into student loan repayments? Look no further young one!!

An established Auckland City packaging and branding design agency, are looking to bring on a talented junior who is looking to get a foot in the door.

You’ll be mentored by a senior design team, who will support you and grow your skills.

You’ll be a natural, clear communicator with a passion for great design and be able to work smoothly with the wider team to see projects through from concept to completion.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work across a variety of large and global clients and challenge yourself while making your mark in your design career. There is no doubt you will learn an exceptional amount at this agency which will be extremely valuable as you start your career.

Required Responsibilities include:


  • Assist in the creation of quality packaging design
  • Branding and Identity development
  • Print, layout and publication design
  • Typography
  • Organised in setting up files, clear and detailed thinking
Experience and fit:

  • Ideally some experience in packaging design
  • A strong interest in packaging, especially for FMCG / Food and Beverage companies
  • A natural eye for design and the drive to grow and develop your career
What is on offer:

  • Work with a friendly team with a fantastic work culture
  • Be a supported and learn from a senior team
  • Modern central Auckland office

Get in touch with your C.V and portfolio now and let The Pond agents help you realise your market value and career potential.

Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.

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