• Branding agency
• Great City fringe offices
• Work closely with CD
A well-established brand and strategic design agency are looking for an Intermediate/Senior designer to join their Auckland team.
• Exceptional crafting and typography skills
• High level of technical skills and knowledge
• Strong and original creative concepts for print and digital platforms
• Innovative and effective creative solutions
• Great organisational skills and attention to detail
• Strong communication skills
You will be a strong branding designer at high end Intermediate or Senior level with great relevant design experience (preferably in a brand design agency). An impressive portfolio of commercial design work is essential. This role requires at least 4-5 years commercial design experience. It is an opportunity to work with a small team of likeminded branding professionals developing beautiful, creative graphic design for a range of top level clients.
The ability to problem solve is essential and you’ll need to be effective at producing quality, innovative design solutions, in a timely manner. Day to day you will work closely with, and report to, the Creative Director. If you’re ready to make the step into a Senior role, then there is definite potential for the right person
You’ll need to be strong across branding, document layout, typography and ideally have experience in digital.
This is an amazing career move to be involved in a well-established design firm doing a fabulous range of work.
Please email Debbie Kitson with your CV and website or PDF portfolio email@example.com with the reference P3675 Intermediate/Senior Designer
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