Who We Are:

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.

 

Who You Are:

You are defined by your innate curiosity and love for what’s next and new. You have the unique ability to research, story tell, write, and present to large audiences – wearing a variety of hats and juggling your many responsibilities with ease and grace. You have a self-starter’s spirit, needing minimal management to get the job done well. Improvement, betterment, and ambition are core parts of who you are and drive your work forward. You delight in networking and getting to know people across diverse teams, building trust quickly.

Responsibilities:

  • Primary roles are to produce vast amounts of organized innovation/trend research, write and publish curated content that educates the agency and clients, while also playing a key public presenting role in content distribution.
  • Establish strong working relationships with internal agency teams.
  • Demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of consumer trends, technology, innovation, and futurist thought.  
  • Run a variety of core agency education programs from start to finish, being both project manager and content creator.
  • Maintain a deep understanding of the client’s business, consumer landscape and competitive environment.
  • Ability to manage strategic work - providing clients with never-before-done ideas that deliver business results.
  • Willingness to present and lead large innovation sessions.

Lead all Innovation Education program execution:

  • Ensure all programs are created, published, and presented according to schedule.
  • Oversee all executional aspects of program development including creative, partnership management, production and budgeting. 

Exhibit mastery of written business communication as well as presentation skills:

  • Lead large internal and client presentations.
  • Develop a persuasive presentation and story-telling style.
  • Be clear in communication and written direction to team members and clients.
  • Be familiar with heavy content writing.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, communications, journalism, marketing, or business
  • 4+ years of professional writing and program management experience
  • Proven work in the trend, technology, and/or innovation space
  • Proficient in Keynote, PowerPoint, Microsoft Office and blogging platforms.
  • Ability to work on strategy projects and brand/business-building ideas
  • Experienced in examining/synthesizing research and insight development
  • Excellent organizational, verbal and written communication skills
  • Comfortable with creating, leading and delivering presentations

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