Organic: Senior Designer

 

The Role

 

As a Senior Designer, you are hands on providing strong conceptual thinking, solid design skills and expertise in Mac design programs. Push the boundaries of creative excellence and ensure the delivery of required results. You have the ability to work with members of the creative department as well as team members from other core departments in order to achieve client satisfaction.

 

About You

 

You will execute creative concepts that are on strategy across all media channels. You have design experience in both digital and traditional mediums as well as integrated and ambient environments.

You will generate breakthrough ideas and constantly strive for new, better, more innovative solutions, as well as create and build high-concept, revolutionary ideas. You must be able to push the accepted—internally and with clients alike.

You will serve as a “right-hand” to the  Associate Creative Director, and partner with different account managers to adapt brands. You will be accountable to manage workflow efficiently and take responsibility for timing and delivery. You are able to develop great work within guidelines and budget of assignments.

You work collaboratively with creative partners, members of creative and core departments, and sell work internally and to our clients. You are able to work with a variety of formats and materials to bring the concept to life.

You will collaborate with the Production, Art Buying and Studio teams to achieve the best solutions for their assignments.

 

You’ll Need

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • 5+ years experience in a boundary-erasing advertising / marketing environment
  • Supervisor/leadership experience a plus
  • Must have a strong portfolio of real work
  • Execution excellence—you don’t settle for mediocre
  • Ability to handle more than one assignment at a time
  • Ability to think strategically
  • Clear & articulate team communication & relationship building
  • Demonstrates an informed and thoughtful POV
  • Proactively tracks trends in business and market place relevant to client business
  • Must have demonstrated expertise with cutting-edge, innovative and culturally-savvy design
  • Must possess good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to use Sketch and Creative suite a must
  • HTML, CSS, After Effects and various prototyping tools a huge plus

 


 

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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