P3492 Mid Weight or Senior Designer

  • Melbourne

Our Client is looking for a really great designer and is open to either a Mid Weight or a Senior Designer.

They are a team of 15, working from a lovely studio above a great cafe in central Melbourne. Their work is focussed on brand design and brand experience – including digital, environmental, communications and campaigns. Working with some of Australia’s best-known businesses, they take a hands-on approach to their work. And take great pride in what they do, too.

They are looking for someone who is super motivated, highly adaptable and driven to do great work. Someone who thinks big - but still cares about the finer details. Someone with visual sensibility and a sound understanding of typography and design craft.

Articulate and confident, you’ll be proficient in InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop. And you’ll be the sort of person who works well as part of a team, applying a can-do attitude to everything you do.

You’re highly conceptual, with some client facing experience. You’ll be the sort of person who works well as part of a team, applying a can-do attitude to everything you do.

For the Mid Weight, you’ll have min 5 years’ experience in a design group under your belt. For the Senior you’ll have 7-10 years’ experience in a design group under your belt.

If you are looking for the next step in their career and this sounds exactly like you, please send through your up to date CV and PDF Portfolio or website to natalie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz and use the job reference code #P3492

Please note that you must have the right to work in Australia.

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