Magazine Designer

  • Auckland

Do you have a passion for magazine design and looking to work 3 or 5 days a week?
This is an excellent opportunity to join an established investment management company located in Takapuna. They have a very stylish office space, open plan, relaxed and very friendly.

You will be experienced in magazine / publishing and be intermediate + to senior level.

Looking after their quarterly magazine, you will be instrumental in the look, feel and content design. Each issue is made with love, and a high level of design.

You will be full of ideas and enjoy working in a collaborative environment. You will be confident to voice your ideas with the editor – working in tandem to produce this outstanding publication. Having the prior publication experience, you will be confident dealing with the printers, press passing and ensuring the process runs smoothly.

Working within the wider marketing team, you will also be tasked with the design of social and content material, invitations for events and keeping the website updated with new creative.

If you are a senior level designer, with publication / editorial design experience and looking to advance your career, this is a great opportunity to put your name on the inside cover of this publication. Send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email hana@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call the Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.

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