Creative Director (Art Based)
at J. Walter Thompson Hong Kong
As a creative director, you will be responsible for creating work that’s memorable, original and effective. You will have a passion for great ideas and a hunger to win awards. You will be working in everything from digital and social to broadcast and print. And you’ll need to be an inspiring leader who collaborates with other departments to produce bold, strategically sound solutions to genuine client needs.
Responsible for the creative work produced for several accounts. Lead and inspire your team of art directors and copywriters. Develop and give presentations to key client contacts on major campaigns. Collaborate with account management and production teams to ensure effective campaign development and execution.
This person needs to be a passionate creative and a committed team worker with good management skills. Must possess integrity, energy and creativity and also contribute to the design discipline in a positive manner by setting an example of best practice design skills.
Skills and Requirements:
- Minimum eight or more years’ experience as an art director or above in a multi-media/media production or digital interactive agency.
- Good at communicating your point of view to colleagues and clients.
- Along with account executives, creative directors plan and implement budgets to ensure both quality and efficiency, and establish schedules on short-term and long-term projects.
- Has responsibility for development, coaching of staff.
- Solid storytelling skills and high visual standards
- Live marketing agency experience with a strong digital/content background
- In-depth knowledge in video production and multimedia software
- Familiarity with Adobe production suite, motion graphics and 3D animation applications
- Strong knowledge in digital interactive
- Social/web digital or user interface design experience is an advantage
- Experience working around the Asia region is preferred
- The ideal candidate would be able to converse in Cantonese, Mandarin and English, but two out of three could be enough.