Our client is a very busy and highly regarded advertising agency located in central Auckland. They are looking for a highly organised and efficient Studio Manger to whip the studio team into shape.
You will be a multi-tasking guru who comes from a studio and print background, however might now be looking for a more Studio Management focussed role. This role is the gate keeper between the studio and the rest of the agency. All briefs come to you to be checked and distributed to the Mac-Ops, Retouching, Digital Design and HTML 5 development.
You will have Mac Op design skills to check files and assist with design, flat art and pre-press requirements of the agencies, across print and direct work, presentations, pitches and new
You will be a passionate about detail, ensure all the work going out of the studio is correct, and looks great!
This is a busy agency studio, where you will be able to stay focussed, calm and collected under pressure, whilst still being able to have a laugh with the team and rallying the troops.
If you have the prior studio management experience, hands on design/mac op skills, strong processes and ultimately a fun person to be around, this role is perfect for you! Send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email Hana@thecreativestore.co.nz, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.
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