Are you keen to be part of something new and exciting? Get in on the ground floor with this international creative production agency setting up their Auckland operation. They have big plans. Their speciality is retail and the new team will service one of NZ's largest brands. They're looking for a passionate committed team of 'do-ers' who can help them create an awesome culture. Their aim is to be "one of the most sought-after places to work".
Our client is seeking an outstanding Intermediate all round Designer. The Designer our Client is looking for must have both print and digital agency experience, along with solid retail experience and a great portfolio to back this up.
• 4 years commercial experience in an agency or studio environment.
• Relevant Tertiary level qualifications in graphic design and digital/web
• Fluency in Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop is critical. Adobe Animate experience would be advantageous.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Self-starter and highly motivated
• Ability to work under pressure
• Team player
Candidates will need to be experienced and resilient. You'll need a 'can-do' attitude, always delivering exceptional work to your highly responsive retail client.
If you're the star candidate I'm looking for, apply here now or send your CV and portfolio to email@example.com with the reference P3376 Intermediate Designer - Retail
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