Are you a talented Intermediate Graphic Designer, with a knack for design that resonates in-store!?
You'll play key part in a large team that leads the creative charge in disrupting the status quo in the competitive retail space. You'll be responsible for designing customer-focused communication solutions, marketing and promotional collateral and creative visual merchandising to make the in-store experience pop.
You will be an abundant ideas generator able to craft brand narrative into a strong single-minded proposition. You will have a high level of competence for interpreting internal briefs to deliver compelling storytelling, translating across a range of mediums with the primary focus of driving an exceptional in-store customer experience.
This role would suit someone with either agency or in-house experience, looking to take their skills to the next level and can showcase your ability with retail leader.
If this is the role you have been waiting for, then APPLY NOW!
- Min 4 years of experience in Graphic Design
- 1 year Visual Merchandising Design experience a bonus
- Design inspiring seasonal creative to meet marketing and promotional activity
- Understanding of customer-first design principals
- Ability to present ideas and designs with confidence and rationale
- Experience working with production teams
- Strong pre-press knowledge
- Design from concept to delivery for a wide range of in-store mediums
- Adobe Creative Suite
- Tertiary Design, Visual Arts or relevant field qualification
Personality & Culture Fit:
- Ability to work with urgency in a fast paced and demanding environment
- Self-assured and confident in themselves and their ability
- Proactive and positive attitude
- Takes full responsibility for their role, contribution, decisions and the customer experience
- Loves all things design
- Good attitude, fun to be around
-Eager to learn & grow
Let Bella and The Pond agents help you realise your market value and future career potential. Apply today, or get in touch for more information.
Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.
A very good point. The forming of KPEX whilst not at the same revenue level as TV was groundbreaking. The closing of KPEX is commercial suicide and has handed yet more money to the behemoths.
It'd be interesting to see if TVNZ's $17m loss wasn't written off.
TVNZ isnt the main issue. TV3's real competition is Google & Facebook who are hoovering up all the media spend and having the added advantage of having a tax free existence.
Or a case of the competition having a blank cheque with tax payers money
Clown's looking for something client-side
It could be suggested that this is better written comedy than anything on TV3, but it's actually just a tragic tale about leadership incompetence.
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