• North Shore location
• Part-time role
• Beauty and retail in-house brand
Our client, a natural beauty retailer is on the hunt for a talented Intermediate Designer to work part-time (20 hours per week/3 days a week) in their North Shore Head Office.
A sound understanding of InDesign, and the CS packages, including Illustrator and Photoshop will be essential. Pre-press knowledge is a must, and you need to have a great eye for detail and a lot of initiative. You will also need to be comfortable working independently on projects.
Your time will be split evenly between design and mac op work and you will be supporting and reporting to the Creative Director on all projects.
The role involves setting up artwork for print; creating retail collateral (POS, window displays, wobblers and price points), creating material for conferences and catalogues as well as working on website/banner updates.
Essential requirements for this role include:
• Graphic Design Qualification
• Pre-press knowledge and experience
• 4 + years commercial experience
• A background in retail
This is a great opportunity to join a growing beauty retailer in a phase of significant growth and play a key role in the creation and implementation of their visual identity. If you feel that you meet the above criteria please get your CV through to: email@example.com along with your CV/Portfolio/web link.
Please note candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.
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