P3419 Senior Mac Op

  • Auckland Central

Technically strong
Quick, willing and able
Boutique design agency

Our client is in need of an accomplished Senior Mac Operator to join their Auckland central studio. They produce beautiful work for some impressive clients.

If you have a special talent for producing amazing packaging design – a mix of boutique and FMCG brands – and have a portfolio brimming with beautifully crafted projects of this nature –and you have experience, working at some great studios this could be a great opportunity for you. Digital experience would be nice, but not essential. Packaging experience is mandatory and retouching.

As a Senior Mac Op you will be confident taking your design through to finished artwork, have strong attention to detail and be able to manage and meet deadlines.

This is an exciting opportunity to join an award-winning agency and work alongside a stellar creative team. There is room to move into a Production Manager role in future.

If this sounds like the role for you please apply here or contact Natalie at Portfolio Recruitment and supply a CV and portfolio – natalie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz use the reference code P3419

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