Graphic Designer / Auckland / $70k - $80k

  • Auckland
  • $70k - $80k

AMAZING in-house Graphic Designer Opportunity!

Do you have a passion to grow and take ownership of a design role in a fast-paced and demanding in-house environment? You may come from an agency background and have the knack to sell and pitch your design OR you may have been working client side and are looking for your next creative and innovative challenge! This position is key in acting as an overall brand guardian for one of New Zealand's largest financial institutions.

In this role, you'll be responsible for 2 key areas: Graphic Design and Key supplier management. You'll also need to have skills and ability to hit the ground running, conducting brand landscape reviews, presenting new brand architectures and visual brand refreshes - all with the skills to roll out across a variety of traditional and digital brand touch-points.

Day to day activities will range from campaign ideation, graphic design, infographics & data visualisation, brand development & colour way management, print/publishing layout, digital & visual content and stakeholder management.

There is room for big ideas and growth in this role! Love design, innovation and finance? Apply NOW!

Required Experience:

• 5+ years graphic design experience
• Understanding of digital design
• Insurance industry experience a bonus! (but not essential)

Responsibilities:

• Overall graphic design; advertisements, brochures, magazines, reports & infographics
• Deliver effective design solutions that communicate, inspire, inform, capture and ultimately sell a product/service to the primary audience
• From design pre-press through to production
• Brand identity & toolkit development
• Review & management of print suppliers
• Define & advise best strategy for client internal Marcomms team projects

Required Skills:

• Knowledge of emerging design trends, technologies & competitive set analysis
• Ability to deliver to necessary targets
• Understanding of internet programming languages
• Knack to sell and present design to necessary stakeholders
• Proficient in full Adobe suite

Required Qualification:

• Relevant Tertiary Qualification (Graphic Design / Visual Comms or Digital Design)

Personality & Work Ethic:

• Excellent written & verbal communication skills
• Understands client needs
• Strong business acumen, visionary & strategic
• Takes ownership & accountability
• Quick, willing and able
• Organic problem solver
• Team Player / contributor

Let Will & The Pond Agents help you realise your market value and future career potential.

Apply today, or get in touch for more information.

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