Creative - Brand Solutions Agency

  • Christchurch

Are you known for your creative excellence?

Libby & Ben is a brand solutions agency. We work with brands to develop or enhance their identities and communications by crafting solutions that connect deeply with their customers. With established studios in Auckland and Christchurch, it’s an exciting time to be part of our vision to become New Zealand’s most engaged brand partner.

Due to one of our team returning home to Australia, we’re on the search for a talented new creative to join our Christchurch studio.

You’ll possess a natural design flair and have been working in an agency environment for at least four years. Brand and identity development will be second nature to you and you’ll be well versed in digital design, from websites to advertisements.

This is an exciting role that has plenty of opportunity for growth. You’ll work with a varied and appealing client mix, delivering on a range of projects, from initial concepting stage through to implementation.

Creative excellence and bold ideas are your playground, but at the same time you’ll possess an innate ability to produce work that delivers to the commercial needs of our clients.

An acute attention to detail is mandatory. You’ll love to take ownership and naturally take the initiative, but at the same enjoy being part of a creative team.

It is essential that you are highly skilled in Adobe Creative Cloud and some animation experience would be an advantage.

As a growing business, you’ll want to grow with us and be supported by an encouraging, flexible studio environment where we celebrate success along the way.


Interested to know more?  Apply via email with your portfolio to brien@sproutnz.com or further details contact Brien Keegan on 027 699 8509.

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