Are you a designer well-versed in the world of packaging and looking for a fresh start for 2019?
Keen to work on some of New Zealand's high profile FMCG accounts?
My client, a globally recognised, Auckland based, packaging design agency are looking for a new superstar Intermediate Packaging Designer to join their successful and growing design team! They are looking for a designer with at least 3 years commercial experience who has proven abilities and skills in the FMCG space or direct packaging design.
The successful candidate will assist in the development of design concepts while demonstrating a high level of proficiency in all aspects of branding, development, ideation, typography, layout, packaging, and technical understanding of printing methods. In this pivotal position, the designer could be called on to be a participant in and contribute to each and every part of the process: from the acceptance of the brief, planning of the project, assisting in the creation of outstanding design, assisting with client presentations all while being mentored by a hugely successful design team.
The successful candidate will have plenty of experience in an agency environment, and a fresh eye for design. They will be knowledgeable about consumer branding and have a strong understanding of current industry trends.
This is an excellent role for a designer looking to take a step up and learn from some of the best! With a passion for great design and a good attitude, the opportunities are endless in this agency.
•Min 3 + years agency experience
•Confident across FMCG packaging and branding with portfolio examples to show - this is a MUST!
•A passion for branding and packaging
•Strong in typography, layout and publication design
•Ability to sell their ideas to the team
•Fast and deadline driven
•Managing a diverse range of projects simultaneously
•On the tools experience in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign
•Experience in communication with clients
•Confident in presenting their ideas to others and occasionally, clients
Personality & Culture Fit:
•Sociable - will fit into the agencies dynamic 'family-like' culture
•Senior and CD support / mentoring
•Auckland City fringe location
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