Another fantastic opportunity has come up for a Senior Creative with one of the UK’s leading marketing services agencies. You’ll be based on site in Northampton at one of the agency’s largest blue chip clients.
As Senior Creative, you’ll be responsible for producing outstanding work that covers a broad range of typography, layout and art direction supported by a strong rationale, proactively managing client relationships, taking creative responsibility for projects from brief to finished product, interpreting briefs, and providing a strategic vision for creative. You will also be expected to critique creative work and intervene on briefs when necessary, mentor creative teams and aid the build of a successful digital team, take a leading role in pitches and presentations, develop a portfolio of photographers and illustrators, sign-off on work, and ensure excellent time and budget management.
The ideal Senior Creative must be able to take a brief, research and conceptualise ideas, provide scamps and storyboards for video, animation and games, pitch and present, design and handle art direction, create headlines and illustrations, mentor a team, engage with PR and handle internal communications, negotiate cost, plan a creative and media strategy, and direct external suppliers. This is another great chance to work for an extremely successful marketing services agency on a reputable and well-known blue chip account; a client facing role in its truest form.
So if you have all of these skills, we want to hear from you! Send your CV to Debra Bullmore-Dunn at email@example.com, or call 0115 955 0894 for further information. Please be aware that, due to the high volume of applications expected, if you have not received a response within 72 hours your application has not been successful.
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