P3718 Senior Packaging Designer

  • Auckland City Fringe

Indie Branding Design Agency
Fun Creative Team
Amazing offices

Are you a talented senior packaging designer looking for a great new opportunity with a high end packaging design agency working across a range of FMCG and boutique branding clients.

Our amazing design studio client is looking for a senior designer with specialisation in packaging design, to join their ranks. This agency is established but innovative and always looking to keep pushing the boundaries. They have a fun stable of clients who value their quality offering and great relationships with these clients.

You’ll work in incredible offices in the city fringe, close to a park, great cafes and restaurants. Be part of a team who are creative, experienced and truly passionate about the business and pushing things next level.

You will need to have considerable experience as a packaging designer and will understand the complexities of great packaging. Additionally you’ll be a team player and enjoy the camaraderie of a small creative team.

This is an incredible opportunity to be part of a team taking things to the next level. The Creative Director you’ll report to is passionate, innovative and will give you the opportunity to truly challenge your creativity. Your portfolio must be outstanding and show your talent in a range of high end packaging projects.

Please apply with your latest CV and portfolio/web link.

You must have the right to work in NZ to be eligible for this position

The contact for this role is Debbie Kitson. If you are registered with her or another Portfolio consultant already, please contact them directly referencing the job number.
Thank you.

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