• Part-time role
• Central Auckland location
• Amazing staff benefits
Our client, an Auckland City-based financial corporate is looking for a great Senior Mac Operator to join their team in a part-time capacity, three days a week. Hours are 7:30am-3:30pm. You will work fixed days, although there will need to be some flexibility to cover hours on the other days.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who has a proven Mac Operator background, which will be reflected in your Portfolio. You will work across print, digital and video outputs to support the Economics Team. On top of salary, our Client offers some amazing staff benefits and the opportunity to grow your career with a prominent NZ corporate.
• Strong publication skills
• Pre-press knowledge
• Digital experience i.e. web and social media banners
• Fluency in Adobe CC (InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop). Experience using other emerging software would be beneficial as well.
• Able to work quickly and accurately to deadlines
• A good eye for layout and design
• Flexible attitude
Please apply here with your CV and Portfolio showcasing your Mac Op experience using the reference code P3498. The contact for this job is Natalie.
If you do not fit the above criteria or do not currently reside in NZ, or if you do not have the relevant working Visa we will not reply to your application.
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