Creative Artworker - Intermediate / Senior

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Are you looking for a new job in the Bay of Plenty? Now’s your chance to make the move to work with a top company who’s purpose is to inspire and empower people to live healthy lives by creating experience that remind them of what it feels like to be nourished, cared for and vitally alive. They are looking for an experienced mac op with a good design eye to join their team in Paengaroa, Bay of Plenty.

This is a hands-on role - you will have excellent knowledge of production files, with great pre-press skills, setting up print ready files and be happy producing finished artwork.

Your will predominantly focus on packaging which will make up 80% of your work, alongside print collateral, POS and creating digital assets. You will also be design savvy and have speed and accuracy in your work. You may also have additional skills in marketing and sales to contribute to communicating their brand and product messages.

This is a happy and nurturing environment, where you will bring your inquisitive personality and will be encouraged to explore new ways of problem solving and embrace innovation. You will always be striving for better and work within a team who support courageous ways of thinking to improve both the business and themselves.

You will be upbeat, friendly, proactive and curious.

If you are interested in an intermediate / senior level role with a great company, where you will use your impeccable design and mac op skills - send your CV and work to Charli Grimes at The Creative Store, email charli@thecreativestore.co.nz or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 to discuss this role further.

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