Creative Director - Integrated Digital Agency - Auckland
Our client is looking for a Creative Director to help them build an agency for the future. It will be on your shoulders to build a world-class creative offering whilst managing client relationships on behalf of the creative team. You will be a rising star in the industry, inspirational, respected, acknowledged, positive and inspirational.
You will be tasked with building a creative team that can design beautiful experiences through
integrated campaigns and digital products. You will have proven experience in interaction design, user-centred experience design, brand development, digital marketing and the creative process as well as new platforms and technologies.
You will produce & craft original and usable concepts and art direction in response to creative and strategic briefs. Contribute to the development of brand and marketing strategies. Manage the overall output of the Creative Department. Inspire and motivate creative teams to exceed client expectations. Promote continual improvement and actively contribute to a culture of innovation, excellence and accountability. Manage the creative staff and review staff members’ performance
Grow new business, participate in pitches and develop solid client relationships.
The Creative Director is responsible for managing the client relationship for all things related to creative. Drive the collaborative efforts between the agencies client service, strategy, creative, and technology departments. Assist the CEO to create, communicate, and implement the organization's vision, mission, and overall direction.
You will be conceptual - possibly from a writing background, you will come from having a firm foundation in communication agencies with 6+ years’ experience in a creative leadership role together with at least 3+ years’ experience in a digital agency or a technology focused environment. You will also have a comprehensive knowledge of new technologies and platforms.
A digitally led creative agency. A collective mix of skills, experience, ideas and know-how. Based in Auckland, offering web design, web development, e-commerce, branding, digital marketing, media buying and SEO services. They create brands, campaigns and digital platforms that help their clients grow.
To find out more call Clinton Ulyatt on +6421442295 send your portfolio along with a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting job Ref. #5662SP
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