Callaghan Innovation is New Zealand's innovation agency. We help businesses grow faster for a better New Zealand. We do this by providing a range of services, including research and development (R&D) solutions, skills development programmes and grants co-funding. We provide a front door to the innovation ecosystem for businesses of all sizes.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Marketing Designer to join our busy Marketing, Communications and Experience team. It's the perfect opportunity for an intermediate designer with an outstanding portfolio and a few years' or more of experience to learn and grow in a dynamic, supportive environment.
You'll be responsible for delivering creative and engaging design work that is aligned with our brand and shines across multiple channels. The work is interesting and varied - like our customers - and will test your problem-solving and workflow management skills.
You'll be an enthusiastic and proactive person with a passion for delivering ingenious and high-quality design solutions. You'll also enjoy building relationships with a diverse range of people.
You'll report to our Brand and Design Specialist - our senior designer - and work alongside our Senior Copywriter and other talented marketers, communicators and event managers.
A career with Callaghan Innovation will challenge you and provide opportunities to showcase your skills and abilities and help create a better New Zealand.
If this sounds like you and you are looking for a change or new opportunity, then apply now.
To find out more about the role, please refer to the Position Description below. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
You must be legally entitled to work in New Zealand to be considered for this opportunity.
To apply for this job, please go to our job site http://www.callaghaninnovation.govt.nz/ and enter the job code 8443STPP.
Applications close on Sunday, 8 July 2018.
Fantastic work. Also hearing great things about the Drive project in low-income communities. Congrats to all involved!
1989 called... They want their idea back. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmNymPocKro
Absolutely, have to admit this was confusing to me and my team as well.
Oh man, this is TERRIBLE!!!!!! So damn confusing...just have a straightforward rationale and stick with it Lightbox...
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