This is a newly created role with a working title of Senior Visual Creative. The successful person will be responsible for driving and creating award-worthy solutions across all channels, with a particular emphasis on innovation and uniqueness. Working side by side with senior teams and directly with senior clients the Senior Visual Creative creates, inspires, and sells beautiful visual direction, tactical ideas, and design solutions. Responsibilities include taking conceptual ideas and bringing them to life in whatever format necessary, captivating audiences with powerful visual storytelling, generating inspiring virtual exhibition spaces, developing unique brand identities, and visualising data in ways unimaginable for our clients. The Senior Visual Creative will need at least 5 or 6 years of experience across a variety of disciplines, a true ‘Swissarmy-knife’ creative who strives for visual brilliance in everything they do.

Key Capabilities
01 / Deeply passionate about visual products and experiences, be they virtual, augmented, or physical
02 / Always strives to deliver award-worthy output regardless of the challenge
03 / Capable of jumping between 2D, 3D, and motion software to visualise and execute
04 / Ability to craft, develop and steer key accounts towards growth
05 / Inspires team members with clear and insightful direction

Who are we?
At DDB Remedy our focus is health communication. Everyday pains or chronic liver infection. Fast-paced immediate content or a large-scale international congress. South Korea or South Africa and everywhere in between. We’re on a roll and we don’t intend to stop anytime soon.

What happens now?
If you are interested in a fantastic and rewarding challenge, supported by a competitive salary and benefits package, send your CV and book with a note on why you might be the one to our Creative Director: ross.trigg@ddbremedy.co.uk

Due to the volume of applications, only successful candidates will be responded to. At this time we can only accept CVs from applicants with the right to work in the UK.