Flex is an early-stage, remote-first FinTech startup that is bringing flexible payments to recurring bills. It’s hard to believe that it’s 2022 and you’re still not able to choose when you pay your bills. Flex is here to change that! Flex is a multi-bill platform. We began by revolutionizing rent — Americans’ largest recurring bill. We enable our users to pay rent and bills throughout the month on a schedule that better fits their finances. With Flex, everybody can better manage their bills and budget. After deliberately keeping a stealth profile as we built up unprecedented investor support and an enthusiastic user base, we plan to scale to 300 team members in 2022. Will you be a part of the team?

As the Associate Creative Director, you will bring the Flex brand to life visually. You will develop marketing assets to drive company goals and support marketing initiatives, craft ongoing digital and physical marketing materials and ideate on seasonal and partner campaigns and concepts. You will partner with the copywriter to develop creative marketing and advertising assets which span across multiple channels such as email, push, sms, digital display, social, etc. You will ensure consistency across all marketing materials.
 
We are looking for an ACD with the ability to work across multiple channels and mediums.
 
What You'll Do:
  • Design creative concepts, produce assets, and develop ideas for how value propositions and positioning comes to life
  • Leverage customer insights to develop creative concepts that solve strategic problems
  • Ensure quality and consistency across a variety of touch points
  • Constantly elevate the quality of creative ideas and execution
  • Execute on conceptual and expressive brand design across all surfaces where our employer brand lives.
  • Ensure creative is memorable and impactful with excellent design skills and taste in graphic design, typography, photography, illustration, layouts, color strategy, motion, interactive, etc.
 
Who You Are:
  • 7+ years of experience as a digital designer (i.e. email, social, etc)
  • Proven understanding of branding and corporate identity and ability to translate into a visual identity
  • Deep knowledge and practical experience with brand guidelines, concept decks, creative briefs, etc.
  • Strong communicator who is comfortable selling ideas both internally and externally and to C-Suite leadership
  • Ability to develop creative in partnership with a creative writer and marketing team
  • Agency management experience

 

Life at Flex:

We understand that it takes a diverse team of highly intelligent, curious, determined, empathetic, and self aware people to grow a successful company. Our HQ is located in New York City, but we are remote-friendly with employees located throughout the US, Australia, Brazil, and Israel. We are growing quickly, but deliberately, with a focus on building an inclusive culture. Our dynamic team has incredible perspectives to share, just as we know you do, and we take great pride in being an equal opportunity workplace.
 
We offer many employee benefits. For U.S. based employees we offer:
  • Competitive pay
  • 100% company-paid medical, dental, and vision
  • 401(k) + company stock options
  • Unlimited paid time off + company paid holidays
  • Parental leave + IVF and adoption support
  • Flex Cares Program: Non-profit company match + pet adoption coverage
  • Pet Insurance
  • Free Flex subscription

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