• Parnell offices
• Retail focused
• Nurturing, supportive environment
A well-established advertising agency are on the hunt for an Intermediate Mac Op to join their Auckland team. You will play a key role in a collaborative design studio. They are located in Parnell – close to high end shops, bars and an awesome park. The company culture is one of reward and it is an understanding, supportive group. They have a lot of fun together!
To be eligible for this role you will need to have no less than 4 years’ relevant design/studio experience (preferably in the retail environment) and a strong portfolio of commercial work.
Requirements for this job include:
• An eye for design – a ratio of 70% mac op work to 30% design is expected
• Speed and accuracy - as deadlines are tight
• Work skilfully on multiple projects
• Technical excellence with a structured approach to formatting artwork
• Great written and verbal communication skills
• Attentive to detail
As an Intermediate Mac Op you’ll be responsible for producing fast and accurate work. The ideal candidate will be an all-rounder as there is lots of variety in the role and you’ll be working across the design of; mailers, press, EDMs, TV, Catalogues, web banners, video content etc. for their various clients.
This is a great opportunity to join a well-established agency with some exciting and long term clients.
Please email Natalie Sievers with your CV and website or PDF portfolio email@example.com using the reference P2979 Intermediate Mac Op or apply here.
Please note that candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.
From what I heard, both companies were missing the mark so probably a smart move. Interesting that UX, CX and ‘organisational design’ (whatever that is) are cited as a core pillar of the combined entity when neither were considered strong ...
Isn't the whole point of this article to parody exactly that? I.e. the idea that many in the industry don't know what they're doing, which leads to all the flashy/fishy practices described in the article?
Not wanted in that agency were you? Cheer up.
Awful. Badly written, terribly made, no idea. I have no idea why you would PR this level of work.
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