A leading New Zealand skincare and beauty brand is looking for their next intermediate Graphic & Digital Designer. This 12 month maternity contract is an opportunity not to be missed, working on a renowned brand with GLOBAL reach!
This role will include working closely with the marketing and digital teams, involving the mentoring of a junior designer and managing the design team workload and delivery. You'll need to be switched on, highly organised and passionate about delivering innovative ideas and design that will drive this NZ brand forward.
Fit for brand, ethos and culture is highly important. You'll also need to have a strong handle on packaging and product design and the ability to produce design across traditional print and digital platforms. This is a critical role in a vibrant and VERY busy brand.
This may suit someone who has been working in an agency and is looking to move in-house.
Or, someone who has been client side and wants to make their mark on a well-know beauty brand.
Don't hesitate, apply now for this rare opportunity!
• 5 years experience
• Beauty industry experience (ideal)
• Full design process: briefing, concept design, final print & digital production
• Manage design team workload & delivery
• Mentoring of a junior designer
• Lead packaging & product design
• Create print ready artwork for all brand & marketing material
• Creation and management of all Web, EDM and digital assets across required channels
• Creation of engaging social media content; GIFs, animation and video content
• Maintain all projects on time and within budget
• Full use of adobe creative suite (Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Premiere Pro)
• Digital & video experience - highly beneficial
• Roll out concepts through the line
• Maintaining of all files for creative assets
• Ability to liaise with key external stakeholders and agencies
• Use of HTML, EDM and CRM tools such as dot.mailer and campaign monitor
• Photography & video production skills
• Excellent written & verbal communication
• Relevant Tertiary Qualification in Design
Personality & Work Ethic:
• Proactive & passionate
• Highly organised with an eye for detail
• Creative & innovative
• Autonomous & diligent
• Calm under pressure, able to prioritise
Let Brooke and 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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