Have you been waiting to join a major brand design agency power house and show-off your impressive design thinking, brand and storytelling abilities across a range of channels? Then this is the Wellington agency role you have been waiting for!
Located in central Wellington – you will join an engaged team of 11. You will have juniors to mentor and support, will work closely with and report to the Design Director.
You will get exposure to crafted designs across some of New Zealand’s most innovative and exciting brand identities, packaging projects, rebrands and design briefs. You will excel in amplifying briefs, have the ability do multiple creative territories rollouts, and confident and articulate when discussing your projects.
You will be an upbeat, positive person who is very happy to get stuck in and own projects, taking immense pride in the work you produce. This agency is looking for that touch of magic – they are self-described “design rebels” keen to define new ways of working and keeping the customer front of mind.
You will have at least 2+ years’ experience as designer with agency or inhouse experience - creativity is key.
If you are keen to redefine creative approaches and bring the magic – come and join one of New Zealand’s best agencies – based in their Wellington office. Send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email Hana@thecreativestore.co.nz or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for further information. Reference Job: 2984.
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