P2766 Intermediate Designer

  • Auckland

Independent creative agency seeking a very special human to join their family:

• Challenge the status quo
• Join a passionate team of creatives
• Channel your creativity to make a difference

If you value collaboration and connection and want to be involved in purposeful creative work that matters, read on….

Our client is looking for an intermediate level designer with a drive to do good in the world! The ideal person will have a huge heart and a genuine interest in social, environmental and cultural issues.

This role involves web, print and brand/identity design with the aim of helping to change and guide the narrative of complex social issues.
Along with 3-5 years’ commercial experience as a designer, the agency is looking for someone who really fits in with their cultural ideals. This is an excellent opportunity to work with clients’ who are change makers and visionaries.
You also need to be someone who has excellent organisational/time management skills, be up for a challenge and passionate about learning new things and stretching their creativity.

Skills Required:

-Adobe Creative Suite (particularly InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop)
-Microsoft Office Suite; in particular, PowerPoint
-Basic understanding of HTML & CSS
-Familiarity with Digital CMS Platforms such as WIX, Squarespace, Strikingly

To find out if you could be the one they are looking for, get your CV/Portfolio through to us
emailing natalie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz with the subject P2766 Intermediate Designer.

Please note that candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.

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