High end brand design
Career advancing opportunity
Diverse creative role
Our Christchurch based client is a high end strategic brand studio, and they are looking for an intermediate designer to join their small team.
This is an amazing opportunity to work under an award winning Creative Director in a role that will have a lot of autonomy and offer career development in spades.
Having worked on print and web design work, you will ideally also have some experience in digital marketing and content generation along with user experience and interface.
Any programming or development experience is a bonus.
You will need to have a quality portfolio of work.
Small team, flat structure.
You’d be working on brand development projects within digital environments/platforms producing high end work.
If you have a couple of years’ experience and are looking for that next move, this could be it. Consider a change of scene and a move to Christchurch as it continues to develop and rebuild. We are really excited about this opportunity and are looking for an incredible mid weight creative who is hungry, focussed and genuinely driven to be a world class graphic designer.
Please send your portfolio/web link and CV through for review to Natalie, with the reference P3111 Intermediate Designer, firstname.lastname@example.org
You must have the right to work in New Zealand.
Well done Steve and team.
I don't work in the beer industry however I do work in FMCG and the global trend towards health and wellbeing is what would of driven this brief. Perhaps the Government had indicated mandatory nutritional labelling and this was a ...
It’s just so cringe worthy and forced and for what? People don’t need nutritional info to want to drink beer? what dim witted marketer came up with this brief?
Congrats Willie. You and Matt in NZ are a formidable leadership team. Well deserved.
The set on this shoot is just plain weird, as is the wardrobe. Bohemian shabby chic squat?!?
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