• Modern offices
• Discounted Health Insurance
• Social team
Our client a commercial law firm in central Auckland, are looking for an intermediate designer with corporate experience to join their friendly team. This is a new role and you must be comfortable working independently as the sole designer, reporting to the business director.
You will be responsible for producing and building a family of documents with the company look and feel including; brochures, newsletters, internal marketing, online documents, invitations and advertisements. You will also be happy setting up templates for reports, letters, emails and PowerPoint presentations.
You will be comfortable working on both print and digital. You will need to have the ability to manage day to day content and update their website. Ideally you will be professional, resilient, possess the ability to work creatively and comfortably under tight deadlines. High attention to detail is critical.
This is an exciting time to come on board with one of NZ’s fastest growing law firms where the culture is friendly and welcoming. For the right candidate, there will be some great benefits additional to the salary.
Please get your latest CV and portfolio/web link through with your application. Apply here or email email@example.com with the reference P3074 Intermediate Designer.
Please note candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.
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