Senior Designers on the FUEL team have experience in a broad range of digital media including, but not limited to: design, photography, video, animation, and illustration – for emails, web content, & social media. In this position, you'll focus on producing work that fuels your brand every. single. day. And you'll be surrounded by a team that's just as passionate about creating individual touch points for consumers.

We’re looking for someone with a positive, creative attitude. This is an opportunity for tremendous creative output in the digital space, and a passion for doing so is critical.

Who are you?


As a budding leader, you’re an ultimate team player who will create value in any situation. You understand creative problem solving and have a passion for creating compelling visual solutions for all platforms. You’re an adaptable big idea person who understands that good ideas can come from anywhere. You can execute quickly and manage your time well. You are also aware of your strengths and your weaknesses. You’re cool in the face of a challenge.

Responsibilities:

  • Concepting and creating original content for social media, email, web, paid ads and more in the digital space.
  • Talent to inspire clients and team members with great design craft and visual storytelling.
  • Partner with copywriters to bring ideas and solutions.
  • Lead on-site social productions locally and travel for shoots on location.
  • Develop creative strategies and ideas that are culturally relevant.
  • Develop original visual concepts.
  • Receive and apply feedback from reviews both internal and with clients.
  • Gain a thorough understanding of the client’s business and industry.
  • Ability to work collaboratively as part of a larger team in a fast-paced environment.
  • Own projects through revisions and versions.
  • Good client presentation skills demonstrating a clear vision of how the work addresses the client's challenge.
  • Desire to take on new challenges, grow and learn every day.

Qualifications:
  • A strong aesthetic sense and excellent attention to detail; solid design work and the samples to show for it.
  • Ability to carry out a concept from start to completion.
  • Experience with designing in digital and social platforms.
  • Good communication skills in fast-paced workload, attention to detail, able to meet deadlines.
  • A strong portfolio reflecting digital content experience.
  • Basic motion design / animation skills.
  • Strong conceptual and brainstorming skills.
  • Confidence in directing talent on productions to execute social concepts.
  • The ability to follow direction, and give and take constructive criticism; an aptitude for time management, organization, and communication.
  • The ability to effectively collaborate with various teams, providing useful guidance in an enthusiastic and inspiring manner.
  • A basic understanding of UI/UX and an interest in the big social media platforms and their abilities/limitations.
 

Barkley’s Commitment to Diversity & Inclusion

  • We believe being radically diverse and inclusive is the key to becoming one of the world’s great creative idea companies. By embracing everything that makes our partners who they are and what makes them unique to the world around them, we create the conditions and capacity to help creative, original thinking thrive. 
  • Barkley is committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging as part of our corporate strategic goals, supported by a formal DEI+B program, Employee Resource Groups, Director of Diversity leadership and agency commitment to The Brand Lab. 

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