* In-house corporate role
* Be part of the marketing team
* Great offices located in Takapuna
Our client currently one of NZ’s fastest growing brands in NZ with Financial Advisers,
an innovative team, a challenger in their industry, and known for their out of the box thinking are looking for a junior or intermediate Designer.
You will be part of a small marketing team, responsible for managing workflow across all levels of the business.
They are looking to hire someone who is an all-rounder with the ability to work across all channels including digital, with a degree in graphic design and at least 2-3 years' experience within a studio or agency environment. You will be proficient in Creative Cloud, InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator along with experience in Adobe AEM and Microsoft PowerPoint. Working in a small team handling multiple projects at one time, there is a huge amount of variety in this role - no day is the same! Following established brand guidelines, the majority of your time you’ll be creating forms, brochures, internal company documentation and putting together presentations for tender.
If this sounds like the next step in your career and you have a stand out portfolio demonstrating your ability, send your CV and portfolio to email@example.com with the subject P2894 In-house Junior/Intermediate Designer.
Please note that candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.
Not really their forte the big brand stuff... as you say, this isn't anything fresh or brave. Or funny.
It's okay I guess, nothing too brash, brave or exciting. But it's not going to capture the nation's heart either (which is what I presume they were trying to do given the overly deep and meaningful link around 'giving'). I ...
From the SparkLab website ..... "To have a digitally savvy business, you need to take a holistic view on making your organisation successful. That’s why we’ve partnered with The Icehouse to give Spark Business customers a special $200 discount on ...
https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/9962726a564ec243622ac01cab794a9e681cb1563d200181063a4ea4eb3e0565.png Pot calling the kettle Guinness Black.
And after 9 months they finally caught up. Errr is that a good thing.
This article would have been good if it wasn't paid for by the company. Instead it is propaganda. Dilutes the power of the message significantly.
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