Junior Creative Copywriter with a Social Heart
This is a junior copywriter role. In this role you must love ideas and be inspired by every platform. Be hungry to do ‘the next big thing’ with ‘the next new media’. You’ll be a creative person who’s intuition leads you to exciting places. You’ll be at home in the world we now live in and get to work directly with some of New Zealand’s most awarded creatives. You’ll be passionate and curious about understanding people and culture truths. Although you won’t be using data day to day, you’ll be interested about the insights and learnings it can bring to a collaborative creative process. Above all you will be positive, solutions focused and hungry to do great work. This role will mainly see you working in the creative space across brand creative, social and digital.
• Strong copywriting skills across all mediums.
• You must be passionate and dedicated to creativity in advertising.
• The ability to ideate in teams or by yourself.
• A positive attitude toward solving unusual problems in collaborative ways.
• A comprehensive understanding of social media and the willingness to craft every day.
• Articulate writing skills with excellent attention to detail.
• Strong presentation skills.
• The ability to quickly absorb and retain brands tone-of-voice and guidelines.
• Basic art direction, video / camera editing and production skills essential.
• Self motivated to learn and grow.
Renowned as a leading Brand Transformation agency - with a top tier roster of clients. They embrace new technologies and bridge the gap from traditional above the line advertising & digital. Innovative, and prepared to push the boundaries of creative to deliver results for their clients.
If the above sounds like you, give Clint a call on +6421442295 and send your CV/portfolio to email@example.com, quoting job ref. #5250SP. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Preference will be given to applicants entitled to work and currently residing in NZ.
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