P3824 Graphic Designer

  • Queenstown

Our client is a New Zealand brand and design agency based in Queenstown with a diverse set of clients and a community focus. Their Clients range from start-ups to established national brands and everything in between.

They are on the hunt for a new Graphic Designer to start ASAP and would ideally like to freelance the candidate before placing the candidate in a permanent position.

They have a close-knit team, with a very strong culture. Due to the small nature of the team, they all wear lots of different hats. They work hard in a collaborative way and treat each other with respect. They also welcome diversity and innovative thinking into their workplace and operate in a different way from your average agency.
The new Designer needs to be excellent at building and maintaining relationships with clients and internal team members as well as enthusiastic and confident. Previous varied freelance experience would be highly valued.

The successful candidate will need to have exceptional communication skills; be a self-starter; exceptional creativity and innovation; strong conceptual skills; an understanding of branding from concept to completion; strong typographical skills and a high level of technical skills in the Adobe Creative Suite. Web design proficiency preferred, but not a deal breaker.

All going well there is an opportunity to grow in to an integral part of the team so an appetite for this is essential.

If you’re the star candidate I’m looking for apply here now or send your CV and online Portfolio to natalie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz with the reference P3824 Graphic Designer.

Note: You must be eligible to work in NZ.

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