• Fashion and retail beauty brands
• Amazing location
• Variety of work
Amazing opportunity to work in a busy in-house design studio who produce a range of fashion and beauty products that are sold locally and globally.
Our client is looking for a junior designer for a permanent opportunity. The work load includes packaging, product photography, textile design, pitch and proposal design and social media content and online material.
You’ll need to be a strong creative with great technical ability and the drive to develop those skills and be thirsty to learn new techniques and programs.
Essential requirements of this role include:
• Graphic Design Qualification
• Strong skillset in Creative Cloud – predominantly InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator
• Pre-press knowledge and experience
Some HTML5 and in-house design experience would be advantageous.
Benefits of this role include subsidised parking, staff discounts, a day off during your birthday month and regular staff social events.
This is a role that will suit someone who uses their initiative, is enthusiastic and driven to produce quality work. Someone who can and is happy doing the technical, pre-press and roll out work as well and the creative.
If you feel you fit the bill as above and have great attention to detail and can work to quick deadlines when required, get your CV and portfolio/web link up to date. Apply here now or send your CV and portfolio to email@example.com with the reference P3055 Junior Designer.
Please note that all candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.
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Hey Findlay, if you're talking about 7pm ratings - shouldn't you also be talking about Shortland Street on TVNZ2?
I agree with you on all accounts. This is incredibly good news in the most part, and advertisers will adapt. They always do.
No clear commercial agenda in this "article".
Awesome news. Facebook's become full of spam, clickbait, fake news stories and mundane ads. The only issue is that people don't actually create much content themselves so it may get a bit boring..
lots of actors in it, unlike recruitment
NZTA falls apart with the dated look and delivery. Nothing believable, just advertising. Sorry but more realism, storytelling and believability could have made this standout, but it fails.
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