Would you like to work with one of the best advertising agencies in New Zealand, an agency that consistently is awarded with accolades for their creativity and thinking?
This is an intermediate Art Director role, you will have an excellent book of work, have the 360 experience, and be up to date with industry trends, digital, activation and brand.
Being the creative thinker you are, brainstorming will be the highlight of your day – whether you are working alone or with a copywriter. You will be a great thinker with ridiculous amounts of great ideas. You work to understand the problem and offer left-of-centre solutions for use across all channels. You “get” retail and understand it’s more than shouting and big prices, and understand the nuances of brand using the positioning, purpose and platforms in your creative. You are adept at social media, storytelling and activations and know how they integrate with traditional channels.
You will ideally have industry creative recognition under your belt, and if not, you will definitely be aspiring to achieve these.
If you are ready to work with a top agency, great team, win awards with your thinking and work hard - send your cv and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.
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Sounds good. Though, with a reduction in the average number of agencies per pitch, I hope there are some provisions encouraging testing out smaller or new agencies as well. Look forward to reading.
Perhaps Agencies could employ these same best practice parameters when pitching Directors against each other?
When did JustOne become a 'digital specialist agency'?
An unsurprising but still disappointing decision from the toothless ASA and BSA - did TVCAB have any opinion on this? http://www.medialawjournal.co.nz/?p=682
I wasn't going to congratulate Craig on his appointment to MBM. Now I'll send him condolences.
Dick move from GF. Not their first, probably won't be their last.
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