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Associate Creative Manager

Job Duties:

  • Evaluate and screen project requests/creative briefs for thoroughness and clarity before delegating to the team. Must be able to work with project requesters in the development of proper briefs.
  • Support the Creative Manager in the supervision, development, and approval of the team s projects.
  • Meet regularly with project stakeholders (Brand, Channel, Product Management, and Web Development teams) to understand business/project needs and keep aligned with the larger Marketing calendar.
  • Be able and willing to give and receive constructive criticism as well as identify opportunities for mentorship and growth.
  • Maintain a strong pulse on new and upcoming design, software, marketing, and materials trends.
  • Support with the sourcing of external printing, photography, and display needs with outside vendors.
  • Utilize the department s equipment and resources efficiently and effectively.
  • Regularly audit projects and processes to identify opportunities for creative workflow improvements.

Language Skills

  • Excellent English reading, writing, and verbal skills.
  • Spanish reading, writing, and verbal skills are a plus.

Reasoning Abilities

  • Must be able to evaluate and interpret stakeholder needs/wants for a project and justify creative/visual decision making to produce the best overall solutions for the brand.

Physical Demands

  • This position is required to sit for intermittent periods of time with occasionally being required to stand, walk, bend, stoop, or reach.
  • May require working extended and/or irregular hours.
  • May require lifting, carrying, pushing, or pulling equipment or boxes up to 75 lbs.
  • May require exposure to work environments with to loud noises, debris, hazardous materials/chemicals, etc.
  • May require assembling and using power tools, accessories, and related materials.

Company Benefits

  • Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Benefits
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Paid Time Off & Holiday Pay
  • Education Reimbursement



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