DDB’s Production Team is looking for a detail focused senior level Producer, working predominantly with print. Your organisational skills will be top class and you’ll be an outstanding relationship-builder with both colleagues and suppliers.
You’ll manage campaigns right through the production phase, from the initial production estimate brief right through to approval and dispatch, and also ensuring the print is delivered on time.
You’ll be quoting internal design, retouching, art working, plus external photography, illustration, image buying, and printing and you’ll monitor the progress on jobs tracking through Production. You’ll attend and manage photography shoots and attend print press passes when required.
DDB has great systems in place and together with your great project management skills and passion for advertising and design, this will be a super opportunity for you.
You’ll be working with some of New Zealand’s biggest advertisers on varied and exciting projects. The DDB people are friendly and you’ll love the many benefits on offer to our staff.
Interested? Please send your CV with a covering letter to email@example.com
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How many people are left at Clems in Wgtn? I hear ddb have taken Fly Buys off them as well...
Nah no biggie
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Oh dear... This is incomprehensible.
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