If you want to join the best Agency in Auckland and think you possess good project management skills, with a passion for advertising and design, then DDB has a great opportunity for you. DDB is looking for a junior level Producer that will work in our busy but fun and vibrant Studio.
We’re looking for someone who’s keen to work across Digital, print, TVP, so an understanding of web-based technologies and video capture/editing will be an added advantage, as our whole production facility works closely together. You’ll be working with some of New Zealand’s biggest advertisers and the work will be varied and exciting.
We won’t drop you in the deep end. We’ve got great systems in place and you’ll learn from the best. Our very experienced senior Producers will work closely with you and steer you in the right direction.
Your job will include managing each of your campaigns through the whole production process, from initial studio brief right through to artwork approval and dispatch. You will be estimating internal production time including design, photo retouching, art working and external print and art buying, including attending photography shoots.
If this sounds like you, please send your CV with a covering letter email@example.com
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Totally ... possibly the worst branding I've seen for quite a while. Isn't a brand supposed to be memorable and meaningful?
Basically it means creative agency merges with digital media agency ... and these guys are supposed to be gurus in communication lol
Love the song which i think is why it has so many hits on ytube- people trying to find out who sings it- but the comments section is disabled.
Classic Roy. Really nice.
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