P3178 Senior Digital Designer

  • Wellington - Wellington Central

- Government Sector
- Wellington location
- 5 + Years’ digital experience

Our client is a Government department, based in Wellington. They are after an innovative Senior Digital Designer to join their in-house team.

In this position, you will be the practice lead in digital design and will provide support to the design team with graphics for social media channels and advertising on website re-designs. There is also a large print based component i.e. magazine design, branding, event collateral etc.
It is important that you have a passion and curiosity for everything digital. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential. You will be required to have hands on technical skills as well as exceptional creative flair.

Requirements for the role include:

• 5+ years of digital design experience in a similar role
• Understanding of CSS, HTML/HTML5 and JavaScript
• Proven ability with UX/UI principles
• Knowledge of video and motion graphics
• Solid experience with web and device standards.
• Fluency in the Adobe Suite. A sound knowledge of Adobe After Effects and/or Apple Motion would be advantageous.

If this role sounds like you and you’ve got a strong portfolio apply here now or send your CV and online portfolio to natalie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz

Please note that you also need to have relevant tertiary design qualifications and have the right to work in NZ permanently.

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