Designer (In-house, Junior)

  • Auckland - Auckland CBD

Based in the heart of Britomart, TRA is an award-winning insight agency. We use intelligent analysis and design thinking to put people at the heart of NZ’s leading businesses.

We are looking for a super-talented junior designer to join our in-house design studio.

You will be involved in all aspects of the creative process and be responsible for producing visually stunning and engaging design across a range of mediums.

As a designer you are:

- Design degree qualified
- Experienced in publication and digital design
- Competent in the Mac platform and Adobe CC Suite with an expert understanding of InDesign
- A team player with a positive, engaged, and committed attitude
- Able to think innovatively and creatively to find solutions and are open to new ideas
- Able to take direction and are energised by great design
- Able to juggle and prioritise workloads and work to time pressures

Most importantly you love great design and aren’t afraid to get stuck in and get the work done.

If you want to work in a collaborative environment for a fun and innovative company that seeks out beautiful design, contact us now. Send your CV and cover letter to work@tra.co.nz, telling us why you are perfect for the job.

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