Are you an Intermediate Designer? Our client is looking for the cream of the crop to join their team.
* Established multi-disciplinary, city fringe design studio
* Highly collaborative and creative team
* 3 + years’ commercial experience required
This is a fantastic opportunity for an amazing Intermediate Designer to join this fast paced and well established studio, where you will be pushing boundaries and working on award winning work.
In this role you will work on a wide variety of outputs for a range of NZ clients. You will be working on strategic brand development, designing across both print and digital, liaising with team members to output design work and artwork files to a finished print ready standard.
• 3 years’ solid commercial experience
• Knowledge of and experience with Adobe CC
• Familiar with CMS platforms
• Strong conceptual thinking
• A team player with superb verbal and written communication skills
• You will also have a great eye for detail and a passion for all things creative.
• Bonus skills - copywriting
If you have an outstanding portfolio and solid commercial experience, then please get your inspiring CV and Portfolio through to Natalie at email@example.com with the subject P2953 Intermediate Designer. For the right person our client offers extremely competitive remuneration, parking is free and the hours are flexible if traffic is an issue.
Please note that candidates MUST have the right to work in New Zealand.
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