We’re looking for a Retail Design Star:
You’ll have a great eye for modern, beautiful design and understand how this interacts with and supports successful campaigns and strong retail expertise. You will enjoy being involved in the day-to-day tasks, whilst maintaining the ability to consider the bigger picture. Ideally you will have an agency background and be ready to step up and have an enthusiasm for helping us deliver to our growing retail-client base. If you are an experienced Designer, great at multi-tasking and have an amazing attention for detail, we want you.
In order to fulfill the requirements for this role, you will be expected to:
• Working closely with the creative design team and offering creative solutions and assisting direction
• Working in all areas of design from retail branding, marketing execution through to packaging
• Strong Retail design expertise
• Able to provide constructive feedback to other team members
• 3+ years of industry experience as a graphic designer
• A great eye for layout and typography
• A strong production background, able to manage a large volume of artwork
• Experience working within established brand standards and templates
• Excellent communication and inter-personal skills
• Extensive working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and Indesign
• The ability to work effectively and think critically in a fast-paced environment
• The ability to design for both print and digital
• Strong attention to detail
Nice to have:
• Technical skills for print & packaging artwork
• Illustration skills
• Experience with Die-line creation
• 3D Modelling
• Front-end development
In addition to having the above skills, to apply for this role you would need to fulfill the criteria to be eligible to work in New Zealand.
If you think this is you then please forward your CV with a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
It'd be interesting to see if TVNZ's $17m loss wasn't written off.
TVNZ isnt the main issue. TV3's real competition is Google & Facebook who are hoovering up all the media spend and having the added advantage of having a tax free existence.
Or a case of the competition having a blank cheque with tax payers money
Clown's looking for something client-side
It could be suggested that this is better written comedy than anything on TV3, but it's actually just a tragic tale about leadership incompetence.
The clown looks like he could nail a few scripts and concepts to... a team maybe?
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