Senior Creative DirectorAegHouston, TXTitle : Senior Creative Director FLSA Status : Exempt Department : Creative Services Reports to : SVP Marketing & Communications. LSSE - Develop the creativestrategy and production operations to support Lone Star Sports & Entertainment (LSSE) events including international soccer matches, concerts, college football bowl games, and more.Brand & CreativeBombasNew York, NYBrand Strategy : Social Media Coordinator, Content S trategist , etc. Creative Services : Creative Producer , eCommerce Producer, Production Manager, etc. Join our Talent Community and we'll keep you in mind for future openings on our Brand & Creative teams.
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Associate Creative DirectorBroadbeanVernon Hills, ILJob Description JOB DESCRIPTION As our Associate Creative Director, you are responsible for writing, producing, directing, shooting and editing effective videos, and producing/directing photography projects that align with brand marketing strategy and corporate initiatives.Senior Vice President, Brand Strategy DirectorEdelmanNew York, NYThe SVP, Brand Strategy Director needs to be a self starter, a creative problem solver for our clients that can craft a strategy and make it sing, from initial brief to execution. Starting at $250 Full-timeProduct Strategy InternCode And TheoryNew York, NYOur CreativeStrategy team is the backbone that drives innovation and new creative approaches in our work. Code and Theory’s Remote Internship Program is ideal for rising college seniors, recent grads, and career changers who are looking for hands-on experience at a digital-first creative agency. InternCreative Services ManagerOTGNew York, NYROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES Position Summary: The Creative Services Manager (CSM) is responsible for shaping and driving a creativestrategy and production that will propel OTG into its next chapter of growth. Full-time
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