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Topic # 198762 21-Jul-2016 14:58
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Digital Factory is hiring for two positions! Designer/digital Printer & sign writer/applicator.

In summary, Digital Factory has been operating since 2003, producing high quality digital printing and signage for nationwide projects and local businesses.
We are based in New Lynn, Auckland.

Designer/digital Printer:

 

We're looking for a hard working, customer focused individual with strong Illustrator/Photoshop skills.  Our preference being applicators with previous sign shop experience, specifically printing, finishing and/or those with a passion for design and computing.

 

Daily tasks involve dealing with retail customers and existing business customers, setting up jobs to print using industrial printing equipment and creating a finished product.  General store duties, (such as sweeping/vacuuming) with the occasional delivery or pickup.

 

40K - 50K p/a depending on experience.

CV and cover letter to be emailed directly to david@digitalfactory.co.nz

Sign writer/applicator:

 

We are looking for a self motivated qualified sign writer with the skills and experience as listed below:

- Vehicle graphics applicator
- Signage preparation and installation
- Experience with Photoshop, Illustrator

Daily tasks involve working off-site on installing signage for other businesses, sign writing vehicles and customer interaction.

 

CV and cover letter to be emailed directly to david@digitalfactory.co.nz

 

Questions welcome.

Cheers,
David






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  Reply # 1606332 8-Aug-2016 13:37
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Any casual one-offs working remotely (they are based in Auckland)? I know someone who is overqualified and would not be interested in that as a full time job but may be keen to make a buck.. - i.e. if you have $$$$K contracts to outsource..


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