Organic: Associate Creative Director

 

The Role

 

As the Associate Creative Director, you lead the creative strategy, vision and execution. You are focused on conceptual thinking and deliver a range of ideas for projects across digital and social channels. As the Associate Creative Director, you are a client leader from concept through digital tactics as well as an internal leader working with designers and copywriters below you.

 

About You

 

You will serve as the ambassador for client’s brand messaging and identity and inspire others to continually evolve and grow each brand’s voice. You will be the Executive Creative Director’s “right hand” many times, stepping in to lead on large projects or brands, mentoring, or as the sole lead on smaller projects.

You are able to inspire and motivate a creative team, and be accountable for developing and directing creative work of the highest caliber with their team. You will confidently present content and proposed executions to internal teams and clients. You create on-brand, compelling creative campaigns for our clients.

You work collaboratively to lead cross-discipline teams of various levels of seniority, and create and maintain a high energy level with junior creatives assigned to the team. You will manage or “own” the assigned accounts by feeling accountable for their (and the teams’) success.

You will work with the Account & Strategy teams to ensure creative concepts/language are on brand and aligned to clients’ objectives. You will also partner with the Delivery Management team to determine deadlines and help resolve any creative resource issues.

 

You’ll Need

  • Minimum of 7+ years' experience
  • Have a strong working knowledge of brand development, online advertising, traditional advertising, and an overall knowledge of creative process
  • Have knowledge of social platforms, social landscape, and experience creating work for social campaigns
  • Comfortable getting your hands dirty and writing copy—not just overseeing
  • High competency in long and short-form copywriting
  • Experience leading video production—from script writing to casting to supervising editing sessions in post
  • Achieved success in both product and campaign work
  • Comfortable juggling multiple projects and delegating to junior staff
  • Award-winning portfolio of applicable work
  • Excellent presentation skills that foster and develop existing and new client relationships
  • Proven mentoring, supervisory, and team-building skills
  • Gets shit done
  • Relentless in pursuit of winning

 


 

About Organic

Organic is a digital agency focused on designing resilient brands at the intersection of culture, commerce and behaviors.

 

Details

  • Est. 1994
  • Part of Omnicom Precision Marketing Group
  • Generous benefits and perks
  • Offices in New York, San Francisco, Detroit

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