Senior Designer, Mexico City | Job Description

Who are we?

MATTE is a 360° full-service creative studio at the convergence of hype, storytelling and design. We bring people together to inspire new ways of engaging, to provoke long term progress, and to entertain audiences around the world, while helping forward-thinking brands and institutions nimbly and truly do the same. Our studio capabilities range from strategic ideation and insights, creative development, branding and identity, experiential, web design and development, campaigns and content creation, all the way through full-scale production and execution.

About this role:

The Senior Designer will serve as a strategic and conceptual design lead on all creative design elements within the creative department for MATTE.  You work with multiple brands across the agency in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. Working cross functionally, you will take ownership of developing design – from ideation to execution. You should be results driven and agile enough to look at performance/analytics and adjust. This role will report to the Associate Creative Director and will be responsible for:

  • Concept and design engaging, innovative, and functional experiences for branded content.
  • Ideation and execution of pitches, materials and mocks to support teams on client deliverables.
  • Working with multiple clients – adjusting to each specific brand and driving consistency across all design projects. 
  • Lead and shepherd creative from concept stages through to production working with producers and project managers to deliver the final product.
  • Assist the New Business team with presentation delivery, and review pitches. 
  • Build visually compelling client decks
  • Produce work that aligns with designated style guides for clients and internal teams
  • Keep working files organized and follow best practices for file prepping/delivery and archiving
  • Attend weekly creative meetings and brainstorms
  • Take design direction from Creative Directors, Art Directors and Associate Creative Directors to improve visual composition.

Quality Control

  • Collaborate with the Creative teams to develop thoughtful and impactful, purpose-based creative solutions and ideas for both the department and  for a wide range of clients.
  • Work with client specific brand guidelines and bring projects from concept through production
  • Create and maintain consistent, high level visuals, standards and specifications.
  • Work strategically and in partnership with internal teams to build, maintain, and improve internal and external processes, workflows, systems, and policies
  • Coach design staff to maximize performance and ensure project quality.

What you will bring:

  • 5+ years experience within a similar role, preferably with experience in an entertainment or agency environment
  • Fluent in English
  • Excels at client relationship management and team management
  • Strong work ethic and sense of project ownership
  • Experience in design, editing and motion graphics for (but not limited to) titles, end cards, branding elements, lower thirds.
  • Approachable, collaborative, results-oriented, problem-solver who can both provide and take direction well.
  • Has a great network of vendors and industry connections
  • Detail-focused design skills

Benefits include:

  • Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage

Everyone is welcome at MATTE - we’re passionate about building a team that reflects the diversity of our community and creating an environment where our differences are celebrated. MATTE provides equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, MATTE will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

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