#KeepGrowing with Nutrafol

Come grow with us. We’re a growing company. Everything we do, we do to help people grow into the best version of themselves.

As the pioneers of hair wellness, we create natural, clinically effective solutions for hair growth and provide support for people at every step of their hair journey. Our multi-factorial approach targets the root causes of hair thinning using a patented blend of medical-grade botanicals -- and is recommended by over 3,000 physicians and hair professionals for trusted, reliable results.

We never settle, and are continuously challenging existing treatments and methodologies to advance the frontier of hair science. As we help our customers grow, we grow too -- by embracing individuality and differences, leading by example, and empowering ourselves and others with our passion for wellness and innovation.

Keep growing. It’s our mantra. Our commitment to helping anybody and everybody committed to realizing their own potential to grow.

About You

We are looking for a Design Director to join the Nutrafol Creative team. You ideally have experience in both the agency space as well as in-house, specifically in growing and disruptive companies. You are a high-level creative storyteller, love both big picture and details, and are proactive and excited to drive the evolution of the Nutrafol brand. You will be responsible for marrying company strategy, customer needs, and brand goals to create a holistic brand experience. Reporting to the Executive Creative Director, and working closely with the other parts of the marketing org (growth, lifecycle, comms, ecommerce) to bring all brand communications to life including: branding, campaigns, packaging, ecommerce and more.

 

Responsibilities

  • Lead the brand design and story while translating your vision into clear creative direction for our team and partners
  • Experience developing, implementing and evolving our brand identity
  • Experience working across all aspects of a brand from acquisition marketing to physical product experience design
  • Create memorable brand communications overseeing all stages of visual design from building visual worlds and concepts through production for a variety of channels including but not limited to paid and owned social media, television, audio, email, packaging, physical merchandising, ecommerce and more
  • Clearly and concisely express yourself and have a clear, thought-out rationale for your creative ideas.
  • Conceptual thinking is a must, we need someone who can problem solve and bring new ideas to the table.
  • Experience leading a creative team day-to-day overseeing all work from concept to production
  • Establish project cadences, review timelines, and a design process that works for both the creative team and marketing stakeholders
  • Partner with brand and product development to set overall strategic approach and future initiatives planning as well as partner on brief creation

 

Requirements

  • 10+ years of experience on a design or brand creative team
  • 4+ years of experience with direct reports
  • Strategic and thoughtful in their approach to design and branding
  • Appetite for problem solving and a love for fast-paced, constantly-changing environments
  • Great communication and storytelling skills, both verbal and written
  • Strong project management and organization skills

 

Perks & Benefits

  • Fully remote work experience, including a one-time allowance for home office setup
  • Comprehensive medical, dental, and vision package, including FSA program
  • 401K with 50% match
  • Flexible PTO
  • Two company-wide wellness breaks every day
  • Free lunch on us every Tuesday and Thursday via Seamless/Grubhub
  • Monthly wellness stipend
  • Monthly work from home stipend
  • Monthly cell phone stipend
  • Annual learning & development stipend
  • Virtual happy hours, yoga, and meditation sessions throughout the year
  • Free meditation app membership (Headspace)
  • Free Nutrafol subscription
  • Pet insurance and benefit programs

 

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