The speed read:
This global PR agency are looking for a ‘Senior Creative’ to be part of a newly forming creative function within the organisation. The team’s area of specialism is to generate the overarching ideas for multi channel campaigns – and to work with the writing, design, broadcast and digital specialists within the organisation to bring these to life.
This is a chance to join a well- established, global PR agency with a great working culture. You’ll be joining the London office which works fairly autonomously in comparison to the rest. They work across most sectors from healthcare, fashion, finance, F&B and tech for huge, globally reaching brands.
As Senior Creative you’ll be joining a completely new team which is currently being formed by the recently appointed ECD. The team will (in its infancy) comprise of an ECD, Creative Director, an Art Director (who sits at the same level as this Senior Creative position) and also a Junior Creative. So there’s genuine potential to be part of a significant change within a comms business.
You’ll be a digital native and an expert in the nuances of how a campaign translates across varying social media platforms. You will have loads of ideas too on how to bring campaigns to life across digital in general, OOH, experiential, TV and press. The position would suit someone currently working in or around PR, advertising or the creative industries.
A real selling point is that the company’s ethos is “making things matter” – they like to bring a sustainable element to their work, delivering outcomes that are both worthwhile and meaningful. It’s not throwaway advertising.
– IDEAS! …in abundance
– 5+ years of agency experience
– Previously delivered campaigns across a range of platforms
– Diverse and progressive thinking
– Confidence in guiding and mentoring others through a brief
– The abiliy to collaborate with the huge amount of talent at the agency to make things happen
– Extensive knowledge culturally and socially
The ability to create ideas that are culturally and socially relevant.