Senior Designer | Consumer Brands & Packaging

  • Auckland

A boutique design house, based in downtown Auckland is looking for a top level Senior Designer to slot into their team.

You will be able to inspire, motivate and mentor a team of over achievers. Talking to them in their own language and driving world-class design work for the business and for your clients. You'll be someone with proven ability and success working in Consumer Brands/FMCG and Packaging at a very senior level. Your results for your clients will speak for themselves and serve as a beacon to others in your team.

Your focus is squarely on getting the best out of the team as a collaborator and leader, directing their energies, crafting the work and channeling the focus. The success of the team is as much with you as it is them.

A top tier Consumer Brand Agency, with a enviable stable of clients, many are household names and others soon will be as a consequence of the work they do with their agency. Independently owned, where the Company Director is hands-on in the day-to-day running.

Apply in complete confidence to Clinton Ulyatt 021442295 or email your CV to, quoting job Ref. #4931SP.

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