• 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 firstname.lastname@example.org using the reference P2979 Intermediate Mac Op or apply here.
Please note that candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.
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Predictable, safe and vanilla. Will be forgotten pretty quickly I suspect.
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