Creative Producer

  • Auckland

Are you a creative producer, who enjoys working in the creative industries, and being an instrumental part of a large media team? Come and join this large media company with a focus on online entertainment.

You will be responsible for creating compelling creative for use across broadcast sponsorships, promotions, and sales projects. You will be able to quickly and easily generate fresh ideas and concepts, along with a high level of copywriting skills to producing engaging content. Video editing skills would be a huge bonus.

As a multi-skilled creative, you will be producing, directing and editing content to meet the client expectations and deadlines. This is a fast delivery environment, where you will be able to hold your own under times of deadline and pressure, ensuring 100% quality in your delivery.

Working as part of an excellent creative team, you will deliver outstanding branded integration results for your clients. Bringing their brands to life with exciting and effective multi-faceted campaigns and creative content.

If you are an ideas’ driven creative who can multi-task, work fast and have the copywriting and video editing skills required - send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email hana@thecreativestore.co.nz, or for further details call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077.

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