You will be a seasoned Art Worker & Designer looking for a change of scene. Perhaps you have had enough of large studios where you are treated like just another bum on a seat? And want to be part of a team where you feel valued by your manager? You will be resilient, pragmatic and speak your mind. You will have learnt the ropes and know how to get job out the door without mistakes or missing deadlines. You are big on the detail; and enjoy getting it right even when the pressure is on.
You love retail advertising and fast-moving accounts and relish the challenges that retail brings.
You will thrive in a fast-paced studio and have the ability to manage tight deadlines, work skilfully on multiple projects, prepare quality files through to finished art/output stage. You’ll have excellent layout and typography skills and will have worked with established brands, brand guidelines and upholding brand standards. You will be technically strong with a structured approach to formatting artwork (setting up style sheets and specifications), communicate effectively in a team based environment, be attentive to detail and have a positive approach to challenges – a solutions, not problems mind-set!
It has been a big a big year for our client. They have moved into new premises on the city fringe, and are excited about the prospects that change brings. They have been in business for the last 21 years. An independent agency with a retail focus as well as a broad array of non-retail clients. A supportive CD and nurturing environment.
To find out more, call Clinton Ulyatt on (+64) 021 442 295 or in the first instance email your CV and Portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting job Ref. #5512SP.
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