• Video, digital and print
• In-house role with lots of variety
• Excellent opportunities for professional development
This is an amazing opportunity for an Intermediate Multimedia Designer to join this awesome in-house design team, which is part of their marketing department. Our client are leaders in employer advice, training and events. You will be part of a small marketing team of 6, within a companywide team of 75 people.
The role is to provide video production, digital and print graphic design, coding and creative services to the wider group as part of the marketing services team. On the technical side, you will produce web-based video and audio projects, motion graphics, video streaming and live webcasts/webinars. You will work closely with internal customers and take guidance from the Marketing Services Manager.
- 4 years’ commercial experience in an agency or studio environment
- Relevant Tertiary qualifications related to Video Production, Digital and Graphic Design
- Digital knowledge, including email marketing and social media
- Basic understanding of HTML, CSS, PHP/JQuery coding.
- Fluency in the Adobe Suite is essential.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
For the right candidate our client offers a generous salary with the following benefits: additional bonus, basic health insurance cover (this also covers any pre-existing conditions), Income protection; Training opportunities and on-site car parking.
This is a great opportunity to join a successful and growing in-house team and really own the look and feel of the multimedia work our client produce – if this role sounds like you apply here now or send your CV and portfolio to email@example.com
Please note candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.
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I like a big money-grabber acknowledging what we're up to and relegating their part to letting us get on with it.
Spark just did a VO montage.
I think we all can agree that if StopPress actually applied some rigour around its 'Ads Of The Week' decision making rather than just giving it to any old brand with a new ad (ahem, I'm talking to you Holden) ...
Yeah, the use of a montage, loosely drawn together by a VO is super grown-up. And "long-term" is right - Spark were doing them back when they were still called Telecom.
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