For general vacancy enquiries and sending applications please email:
Sue Smith: email@example.com
We are on the lookout for a graphic design and digital superstar to join our high performing Community Relations team. Reporting to the Communications Manager, you will be involved in all aspects of the creative process, responsible for producing visually stunning and engaging design across a range of mediums from print to digital. You will work closely with a team of skilled and professional marketing staff delivering campaigns and be an integral part of our major website project in 2020. Together with the Communications Manager you will also be responsible for social media, EDM newsletters, digital asset management and SEO. You will be given the opportunity to take the lead, be included in a diverse range of projects and initiatives and be supported by a team focussed on leading the way and having fun whilst doing it.
With a design degree and a minimum of three years graphic design industry experience, you will know the Adobe Creative Cloud (especially Photoshop, InDesign & Illustrator) like the back of your hand and have a strong understanding of graphic design principles and typography. Your digital experience will include website CMS, social media and email marketing. Experience in Google Analytics, website projects, and photography/videography will be advantageous.
The role will be 9.00am – 4.00pm, Monday to Friday (32.5 hours per week), however we will be flexible for the right candidate. If successful you will enjoy a range of additional benefits and work in a team and workplace culture second to none.
If you feel you possess the vision, energy and initiative required, please submit your cover letter of no more than 150 words, school application form, CV and portfolio link.
Applications close at 4.00pm on 13 January 2020.
Email your applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. Initial phone enquiries can be made to Stu Munro, Head of Marketing and Communications on 027 614 1852.
Please note Rangi Ruru has a shutdown period from 20 December 2019 to 13 January 2020.