P3991 3D Industrial and Spatial Designer

  • Auckland Central

Auckland Central Location
Award-winning creative studio
Fantastic opportunity

We are on the hunt for a 3D Industrial and Spatial Designer to join an incredible award-winning design agency in Auckland. This role is a full-time position where you will be working alongside a passionate team who produce work for a fantastic portfolio of clients.

This role requires someone with experience that spans industrial, spatial, exhibition and object design. You will be capable of producing high-quality designs and renders using CAD applications such as Solidworks, Rhino and Blender – experience with other programs is a bonus.

We will consider applications at any level from Junior to Senior, but you will need to have commercial experience in a creative environment and a standout portfolio that shows some beautiful industrial/spatial projects

If you're the star candidate we’re looking for, apply here with your CV and portfolio/website link or email tash@portfoliorecruiment.co.nz using the reference P3991

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