We are what we believe.

We believe in the power of creativity: creativity that makes people think, feel, and then act.

Creativity brimming with bravery and vision, heart and humor, imagination and truth.

We believe that brands should stand for more than what they’re selling.

With culture as our playground and emotion as our craft, we help our clients change minds, win hearts, and create memories.

We believe that good people are the key to creating great work.

Our halls are filled with passionate thinkers and makers, seasoned experts and rising stars, who unleash each other’s brilliance and celebrate every win as a team.

Together, we bring ideas from the page into the world, ideas that are so audacious, so original, so meaningful that they couldn’t come from you or me.

Only we.

We Are TMA. Creativity That Matters.

Job Overview: 

Are you addicted to design? Have you ever wished you could kern street signs? Can you tell your Lubalin from your Rand? Do you yearn for print but embrace digital? Do you have strong creative opinions and frequently let people know it? Do you watch movies for the cinematography? Do you ever wonder “What’s next” when looking at the design landscape? Do you dream in pixels? Have you ever ranked your top-5 favorite ampersands? Then you could be the person TMA is looking for.

You're a thinker and a doer. You're a detail-oriented design fiend who would never perfect a project enough if it wasn't for the deadline. You make art that dazzles with strategy that sells. You look, you learn, you envy, and you become better. You keep your antennas up for all art and culture. You wear many hats, you wear many shoes, and you paint with many brushes. You're a juggler. A go-getter. And you can take a punch, but you won't be knocked out. 

Responsibilities:

  • Handling all art direction duties within a group, from ads to POS to packaging to presentation visuals
  • Understanding input from creative directors and clients, and effectively applying feedback to creative executions
  • Can read between the lines when briefed by a client – looking for answers to questions that haven’t been asked
  • Participate in frequent brainstorm sessions and help develop big idea concepts
  • Able to verbally communicate/present your creative solution and create excitement along the way
  • Maintaining up-to-date knowledge of cultural, design, and business trends
  • Find new ways to break through the clutter and become a disruptor
  • Building effective relationships with teammates and clients
  • Maintaining a flexible work schedule, as weekend and extended workdays are sometimes necessary
  • Demonstrating knowledge of the marketplace our clients operate in, strategy, and the competitive landscape

Qualifications:

  • 2-4 years of agency experience as a graphic designer or art director
  • Bachelor’s degree in a directly related field (advertising, graphic design, visual arts, etc.)
  • Experience in promotions and shopper marketing preferred
  • Looking for strong digital design including UX/UI understanding
  • Strong problem-solving, communications, and relationship-building skills
  • Self-motivation and ability to creatively and strategically solve multiple problems at once, under quick deadlines
  • Ability to brainstorm in large groups and develop big promotional ideas from beginning to end
  • Concepting and writing skills a plus
  • Proficiency in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and After Effects (Creative Cloud)
  • Knowledge of PowerPoint and Keynote a must
  • Solid portfolio, available online

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