Air New Zealand is continually capturing the world's attention for its great culture, outstanding customer service and innovations that are truly cutting edge. You'll very quickly discover that we are all about our customers and people. Our brand vision is to be recognised as a global brand that people seek to fly with, partner and co-create with through the creation of innovative and provocative brand experiences and communications, that results in brand strength, advocacy and growth.
Reporting to our Senior Designer, you will support the production of design and content elements in line with brand and style guidelines, supporting campaigns for the Global Brand team and wider Air New Zealand business stakeholders
Your key responsibilities will be:
* Complete layout, template design, or content changes and enhancements to support delivery of an array of design outputs - particularly print, digital, signage, presentation and social media formats
* Review and quality control finished work prior to releasing project for stakeholder approval
* Ensure high speed turnaround of deliverables and exemplary standard of accuracy of work
* Day to day implementation of our asset management tool, including file uploads, tagging, and reporting on licensing issues
You will be competent across the full Adobe suite including Photoshop and Illustrator, Microsoft Office including Powerpoint and have some solid pre-press / pre-flight knowledge. You will be technically strong and adept at file and content governance - including file set up and saving, management and outputs
Your ability to complete tasks on time, high attention to detail (including proof reading) and initiative, with ability to work skilfully on multiple projects in a high speed, high volume environment will see you succeed in this role.
We welcome applications from in house studio or agency background (at least 2+years' experience).
Experience in animation, video or photography production will be a plus.
**Please note that this is a 12 months fixed term contract.
Please remember to be considered, we only accept online applications, and do not accept email applications as there are specific questions which all candidates will need to answer.
If you are passionate about being part of a global brand that captures audiences across the world, apply now.
At Air New Zealand, we are proud supporters of diversity and inclusion and believe that the people are our greatest asset. While everything else we do in our operation can be replicated by our competitors, it is our people that truly set us apart. We nurture an environment that is holistically inclusive, diverse and collaborative. We are firm believers in celebrating differences and encouraging a workplace and culture where you can be yourself and thrive.
Whāia te pae tawhiti kia tata. Ko te pae tata whakamaua, kia tina. "Seek to bring distant horizons closer. Once near, seize them and make them your reality."
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