Mac Operator

  • Auckland - Auckland

Do you like long walks along the beach and candle light dinners?
That’s not really up for grabs but what about a suave mac op position!

We are a small but dedicated team looking for an enthusiastic mac op to take sole ownership of one of our favourite clients.
There’s an opportunity for some new blood to join the ranks and share the same passion we have for all things creative.
Our client requires a high standard of work across a large range of sub-brands.
If you think you are energetic, resilient, can take direction well and have fun doing it, you may have found the right place.

Background check:
3 + years’ experience minimum
Agency know-how
Versed in the Adobe suite, Illustrator black belt
Experience in packaging

Superpowers:
Execute a brief flawlessly
Strong layout skills
Able to closely follow strict brand guidelines

Skills:
Technically focused
Accurate and precise
Pride in work
MacGyver like problem solving skills
Willing to get the job done

Required qualifications:
Tertiary or relevant industry experience

All we ask is:
Team player!
Team player!
Team player!

Cherry on top:
Swanky offices in sought after Britomart area.
Free membership to our Social Club.
A magic fridge that automatically refills itself.

Please get in contact with Paul today with a copy of your detailed CV and portfolio.

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