JUCY is on the lookout for a new Senior Designer to head up our in-house design studio. You'll be part of the marketing team, an enthusiastic, energetic and passionate bunch of people who work hard but have fun while doing it! It's fast-paced here, and no day is ever the same.
You'll be working with the marketing manager to make sure the day-to-day business deadlines are met, but will also take overall responsibility for ensuring brand guidelines are adhered to, while driving evolution to the brand as required.
We need someone who is not only an outrageously good designer themselves, but who is also able to lead the rest of the design team (two other full timers, plus a library of freelancers). We want a real leader in this position - you'll also be making development plans, coaching and mentoring to ensure they're always doing their best work.
Everything JUCY is created in our in-house studio, so you'll be working on everything from campervan wraps through to print and digital design. We've recently added a Chief Digital Officer and a UX Director to the team, who are going to lead a major overhaul of JUCY digital channels. This presents an opportunity to make your mark, so experience in UI design would be a real asset.
We do a little bit of everything, so we're also keen to hear what other skills designers might bring to the table: i.e. video editing and signwriting.
Our company culture is ACE. Our values are Family, Fun, Pride and Passion and you can see it as soon as you walk through the doors of our super cool Britomart offices. We're all about people, so come join us for the coolest colleagues and some pretty sweet perks while working on one of NZ's most popular brands.
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Apply by Emailing your portfolio and/or CV to Johanna.Seibel@jucyworld.com
Completing the application form linked from this advert. We need both of these things.
To apply for this job go to: http://jucy.recruitmenthub.co.nz & enter ref code: 3718703. Applications close 13 September 2017
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