Print Producer - Parental Leave Contract-In-House

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Print Producer - Parental Leave Contract - In-House
Got ink on your hands?

You:
Are you a seasoned Print Producer looking for a fixed term contract? Got a handle on making things tick?

Leading retailer seeks an experienced Print Producer for a 12-month fixed term contract to cover for parental leave.

An integral administration role with a good level of responsibility required to support the smooth running of all print requirements.

The role will help to in the development, production & delivery of store-wide point of sale, advertising material & merchandising materials.

Supplying accurate schedules to marketing department & external suppliers in a timely manner.

Monitoring job progress to ensure all job timelines are met & raising any concerns with the Studio Manager & Marketing Communications Manager.

Them:
A household name in retailing, with a history in retailing in NZ second to none.

Stores the length and breadth of NZ.

A secure employer with a great range of work.

Keen to avoid the city crush?

Then this is a great opportunity to head south and avoid the hot spots.

US:
For a detailed job description or to find out more feel free to contact Clinton in confidence on 021442295 or email your CV to cv@3rdeye.co.nz quoting vacancy reference #5592SP

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