Are you a senior designer looking for the next challenge, and would love to work with a highly-regarded packaging and brand design studio in Auckland? Our client is looking for a Design Director to join this indie design studio, who believe beautiful design underpins everything they create.
As the 2IC to the Creative Director, you will live, breathe and surround yourself in design - be it furniture, art, books etc. You are interested in design innovation and trends and actively engaged in the design community.
This crew are a small sized, nimble group of specialist creatives, strategists, writers and production people, together they share many decades of experience in the creative industry. They take complex problems, break them down and make them simple, then deliver creative solutions that tell unique global brand stories.
Working across a wide variety of projects and clients, you will bring with you a breadth of experience – from the boutique to corporate design experience, be adept with innovative packaging design, and well versed in brand ideation and creative - including creating compelling corporate collateral.
Culture fit means everything to this agency - they are truly searching for that special designer who is amazing. Average won’t cut it for this role.
If you have been crafting your skills in top brand agencies, have a clear vision and are well schooled in good design, this could be the opportunity you have been waiting for.
If you are craving a leadership role in a truly craft driven and nurturing design studio environment then this is for you.
Send your cv and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Hana at The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details. Ref: 21160.
Visit The Creative Store website www.thecreativestore.co.nz to view all our jobs online.
Ben, your inspiration is worthy of the leadership position you have already been recognised for. As an [old-ish] person I wholeheartedly endorse your ambition and add this observation: - Kiwis are often too fearful of 'what-others-think-of-me' - Tall Poppy syndrome ...
The saddest thing about this post, is a reminder of how sh$t this industry is. A brand puts out an RFI to the industry, which you would guess anyone non-conflicted would have responded to? A local agency (yep, owned by ...
Ok... Can you actually help with this recurring for months now issue that is sooooooooooooooooooooooooo frustrating? I have mac laptop and iphone and ipad. Google authentication keeps saying the same message EVERY time I try to authenticate (to sync Google ...
What about the kiwi employees of who worked hard on the pitch for and will benefit from the BBDO win? https://media0.giphy.com/media/etUF7IcX4Lxs3KCSEH/giphy.gif
It's not uncommon for Kiwibank to use organisations outside of New Zealand. I understand they were using a South African organisation on their failed SAP project. Seems odd for a purpose driven organisation to not "live their brand".
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