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Creative Director (AD/Design)

SPARK is looking for a Creative Director with an Art Direction/Design background with enough experience to run with concepts, campaigns, clients and of course, art direction and design. We need someone who knows more than traditional marketing, wants to continue to explore new opportunities in digital and social media, and is comfortable leading projects and presentations. 

The Basics

7+ years of experience
Award-winning portfolio with Regional and National clients

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Required Skills

  • Excellent presentation skills and ability to articulate big ideas in a simple way
  • Strong ability to build concepts no matter the industry or media
  • Experience leading creative teams
  • Extensive production experience from pre-pro to post
  • Passion for cross-departmental collaboration and commitment to the team concept
  • Innate problem solver who is positive, curious, and ambitious

Shape Strategy & Vision

  • Collaborate with Brand, Media, and Social Directors to shape the creative brief, strategy, and vision for brands and campaigns
  • Thoughtfully connect ideas to strategy
  • Shares direction and then amplifies with team

Create National-Level Brands & Campaigns

  • Think beyond traditional solutions to discover new, effective ways to solve problems and connect with consumers
  • Implement a balanced approach of creative oversight and inspiration (and active doing and execution)
  • Full involvement from concept to production to final traffic and optimizations

Leads Team & Clients

  • Guide, seek, and expect high-caliber product
  • Develop presentations that communicate and inspire
  • Foster transparent relationships

Contribute to Agency Operations & Vision

  • Share insights for improvement
  • Be aware of team efficiency and business operations
  • Seek ways to improve both the creative department and agency

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Then apply to join us.

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