Take your proven graphic design success to new heights and work for one of Australasia's most progressive fast fashion brands!
This leading female fashion brand is on the hunt for their next super-star Senior Graphic Designer. Join an iconic, women's fashion in-house studio delivering the latest trends. Drawing inspiration from all over the world, they are passionate about leading the ever-changing fashion market.
Are you a talented graphic designer with great relationship management skills and killer style, up to speed with the latest communication trends in the world of fashion? Do you know and love the world of fashion and want to take the next exciting step up in your creative career? Have you been designing communications for the fashion industry and want to work in the big league?
If this role sounds like you then do not hesitate, APPLY TODAY!
• Minimum 5 years Graphic Design experience
• Experience in retail fashion industry
• Team management experience a bonus
• Champion design best practice for the brand
• Drive Innovation - creatively push industry boundaries to new heights
• Authentic leader – clear, inspirational & empowering
• Understand local & global competitive landscape, trends & markets
• Ideation and concept development for seasonal change-outs
• High-level understanding of print production requirements
• Packaging design (bags, gift cards, swingers, neck tags)
• Develop in store POS concepts and ensure they’re on brand and within budget
• Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign)
• Digital Design (EDM, Banners, landing pages, social & video content)
• Professional stakeholder management (print suppliers, specialist freelancers etc)
• Basic image retouching
• Strong on design systems and processes
• Able to share and articulate information, ideas and expectations clearly
• Tertiary (Diploma/Degree in Graphic Design or equivalent)
• Ability to work with urgency in a fast paced and demanding environment
• Self-assured and confident in themselves and their ability
• Proactive and positive attitude
• Takes full responsibility for their role, contribution, decisions and the customer experience
• Loves creativity & fashion
• Sociable - great relationship management skills
• Eager to learn & grow - handles constructive feedback well
• Sociable & fun in-house studio
• Staff discount & perks
• Let Will and The Pond agents help you realise your market value and future career potential. Apply today, or get in touch for more information.
Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.
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