P2912 Senior Designer

  • Auckland - Auckland Central

• Award winning studio
• Focus on clever, beautifully crafted design solutions
• Branding specialty – high end packaging a real bonus

Our client an award winning design agency, with a focus on quality branding projects, is looking for an amazing Senior Designer (or an amazing mid-weight who can step up) to join their small and talented team. If you have a portfolio brimming with beautifully crafted work and you have experience, working at some great studios then this could be an amazing opportunity for you. This studio punches well above it’s weight and will be one of the best places you could work.

You will have solid creative ability with the speed and technical skills to roll out exceptional work. This is a collaborative studio environment so you will work well in a team but also have the skills to go it alone when needed. You will design across some impressive clients in this role and you will need to have exposure to strategic brand development and integrated campaigns. You will be at the top of your field, with solid conceptual work that communicates directly to a targeted audience.

This is a great opportunity to join a growing agency – if this role sounds like you and you have a very strong portfolio apply here now or send your CV and portfolio to debbie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz

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

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