P3452 Intermediate Packaging Designer

  • Auckland Central

- 3+ years’ agency experience required
- Award-winning brand design studio
- Passion for packaging

A well-established central Auckland design studio with a strong reputation is looking for a talented Intermediate Designer, with a portfolio full of beautifully crafted work. [Note: Packaging work is essential!]
This is a collaborative studio environment with incredible central city offices. Their Client base is impressive, and you will get the opportunity to work on some amazing strategic brand development and integrated campaigns.

This role demands solid creative ability, but also the speed and technical skills to roll out exceptional work. You will be a team player, however; you will have enough experience to confidently work independently. Our Client needs an exceptional candidate, with solid conceptual and implementation ability.
If you would like to develop a career in brand and packaging design and have the desire to work with the best in the industry this could be the perfect next step for you. Apply here now or send your CV and portfolio to natalie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz with the reference P3452

Please note that you must have the right to work in New Zealand.

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