Rauxa is looking for an Associate Creative Director from a digital, direct marketing or advertising agency with a pharmaceutical advertising and copywriting background for an opportunity available in our NY office. The Associate Creative Director will be responsible for the development of compelling communications that drive response, enhance brands and create consumer-to-consumer dialogs. The Associate Creative Director takes creative briefs and works with Account, Strategy, Data, and Creative teams to develop concepts and strategies and oversees and executes cross-channel concepts through rounds and release. In certain cases, the person in this role serves as day to day creative lead on specified account(s).

What You’ll Do:

  • Responsible for the creation, conceptualization and copywriting of campaigns
  • Responsible for managing the work of Copywriter and Art Director teams
  • Leads and provides creative direction and inspiration to teams
  • Develops and writes creative copy that is innovative and compelling in line with client brand
  • Ensures concepts and copy created by the agency are on strategy and cost-effective to produce
  • Works closely with in-house and freelance creative teams to develop creative concepts
  • Oversees the development of copy for new business pitches
  • Recommends improvements and changes to the agency’s processes and procedures and employs best practices
  • Develops and grows the skills and experience of the creative team members and seeks and hires new talent as required
  • Ensures concepts, rounds and final copy are correct and error free, including grammar, terminology, and spelling
  • Collaborates with Strategic Planning to incorporate consumer insights into concepts and executions
  • Contributes to the development and maintenance of Rauxa’s creative culture

Who You Are:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, English or equivalent work experience
  • You have 7or more years of experience as integrated marketing copywriter in an advertising, digital or direct marketing agency
  • You have a robust cross-channel portfolio with a focus on digital and direct marketing campaigns
  • You have experience developing campaigns for clients in the health & wellness or pharmaceutical industries
  • You have a deep understanding of integrated direct and digital marketing principles
  • You have a deep understanding of strategic direction
  • You have a vast knowledge of client business and the creative landscape
  • You have staff management skills with experience in handling direct reports
  • You have the ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities and simultaneously handle multiple projects with total accuracy and attention to detail
  • You work well as a team player in a flexible, dynamic and fast-paced environment
  • You have excellent conceptual and copywriting skills
  • You have excellent communication and presentation skills
  • You have excellent visual and verbal communication skills
  • You are a highly motivated self-starter with a can-do attitude

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