Great taste level is the most important attribute of this role. 

This person will need to be a typography, layout design and photo editing superstar with a passion for social channels and compelling visual storytelling. Photography and social video skills are a must, as are 2D motion/animation skills and obsessive attention to detail.  Being interested in wellness, pop culture and the good of womankind is crucial, as is the ability to be resourceful and think outside the box.

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A designer is responsible for creating a variety of visual assets that reinforce the look & feel of the brand. This role supports the Creative and Marketing teams by creating diverse visual assets and content across the Flamingo channels, from paid and digital to social posts, to animated gifs and brand presentations to designing physical pop up experiences. They approach each task, small or large, with the same attention to detail and enthusiasm.

Who is this person? What experience do they have so far?

They should have at least four years experience creating content for brands and preferably have experience working across a variety of channels from  paid digital to social. Agency experience is not a must, but experience with fast paced environment where you have to present and strategically support your ideas would make this person successful.

They should have experience communicating with different audiences and be fluent in social media, with specific experience for facebook and Instagram.

They should be a technically skilled designer able to do some retouching, animation and typography work, efficiently and always with attention to detail.  Furthermore, they should be constantly engaging with channel owners to learn how to maximize performance of their work and demonstrating those learnings where and when it’s applicable.

They understand the perspective of their customers, and have a knowledge of what it takes for them to engage with a brand. Their work demonstrates this knowledge and is therefore easy for them to defend to a variety of stakeholders.

They will be expected to brainstorm concepts with the creative team around original social media activations and content. When presenting work to the creative director or to internal and external stakeholders, they should be able to address questions, concerns, and critique in a clear, confident way and be able to pivot quickly based on feedback.

Here's who they will work with:

  • Reporting to Design Director
  • Creative Team
  • Flamingo Marketing team

What they will accomplish:

  • Work within the Flamingo Creative Team and partner cross-functionally on projects big and small, establishing trust along the way.
  • Understand and implement a cohesive look and feel  across all channels. A deep understanding of visual and social media trends, interest in women’s wellness and the self care landscape as well as being connected to  pop culture.
  • Translates key consumer insights into compelling visuals for paid digital and social channels in an iterative but thoughtful manner.
  • Collaborate on generating a high volume of great work, that flexes from  stills to slide shows, animations and beautiful pieces of content.
  • Develop a set of paid and social best practices for Flamingo based on learnings data and consumer feedback. (create a unique POV and visual signature for the brand)

Everyone has a private body care routine. Places they want hair, places they don’t, and ways of caring for and removing it. Meet Flamingo, body care that starts with hair.

Since Harry’s launched in 2013, over a million women have used and loved the products. To a collective of women on the Harry’s team, it became clear that we could create Harry’s-quality products designed for the ways women were actually using them—like on their legs, underarms and bikini lines.

Flamingo is committed to bringing together individuals from different backgrounds and perspectives. We strive to create an inclusive environment where everyone can thrive, feel a sense of belonging, and do great work together. As an equal opportunity employer, we prohibit any unlawful discrimination against a job applicant on the basis of their race, color, religion, veteran status, sex, parental status, gender identity or expression, transgender status, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability or genetic information. We respect the laws enforced by the EEOC and are dedicated to going above and beyond in fostering diversity across our company.

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