• Corporate retail Account
• Mt Wellington Offices with a carpark
• Great team environment
A well-established retail design agency is looking for a talented intermediate designer to join their busy team.
• Strong communication skills
• Corporate and retail branding experience
• Strong typographical skills
• Motivated self-starter
• Great organisational skills and attention to detail
You will need to have 4+ years’ experience with retail branding and a strong portfolio of commercial work, with the ability to follow style guides when required. This is an inhouse role where you will be supporting the account service team, providing creative services and demonstrating strong client service skills, with the ability to work to tight deadlines in this busy studio.
As an intermediate designer, you’ll be responsible for producing quality design and artwork including trade catalogues, flyers, press ads, EDMs and web banners.
You’ll need to be strong across branding, document layout, typography and digital.
This is an amazing inhouse role with room to grow in this global company.
Please email Natalie Sievers with your CV and website or PDF portfolio firstname.lastname@example.org with the reference P3261 Intermediate Designer.
Please note all candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.
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