P3746 Graphic Designer - 12 Month Contract

  • Auckland

Intermediate design position with one of New Zealand's most innovative companies. This is a 12 month contract role.

Work for a NZ success story

Amazing modern work environment

Varied role

An exciting contract role is now available for a maternity cover contract, working in an in-house design position for one of New Zealand’s most innovative brands. You will be responsible for concepts, design and execution of creative solutions.

You will need:

A relevant design qualification
Experience working as a graphic designer
Strong technical skillset

Reporting to the Art Room Manager you will need to have awesome communication skills, dealing with internal and external contacts, working to sometimes fast turnaround deadlines and keeping the design within the company’s brand standards and guidelines.

Be part of a dynamic, creative team who are close knit, collaborative and supportive. Work for a business with strong developing corporate responsibilities and ethical standards. Amazing modern offices, working on Apple Macs.

This role will suit a vibrant, friendly person who can get on with their job and understand deadlines and who also actively contributes to the team culture. All creative is done in-house, from product development, brand development and conception, packaging, marketing, photography and collateral design. There is scope to develop in the role over the 12 months.

If you are interested, please apply here with your up to date CV and Portfolio or email Annie annie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz or Natalie natalie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz with the reference P3746.

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