Have you read the Boise Advertising Federation’s FY2011 Executive Report yet? If not, head on over to their site to give it a quick read — it includes highlights on membership, giving, public service, programs and more.
The successful applicant will play a critical role as the client services contact on all project activities. This position requires a deep understanding of marketing through a wide variety of digital and print mediums.
Job specifications include:
- Partner with clients to determine project strategy and objectives
- Successfully manage project of all types including large scale web development, online advertising, sales tools, and mobile applications
- Manage all client communication
- Help cross-functional teams establish an ideal client delivery solution
- Develop project timeline and milestones
- Establish, maintain and manage project budgets
- Ensure client satisfaction with overall project deliverables
- Set up project accounting, purchase orders and invoicing
- Ensure successful problem resolution, both client-facing and internal
- Perform post-project reviews internally and with client upon project completion
Full details about the position and how to apply can be found in the original job listing.
A Drake Cooper senior writer concepts, develops, and produces top-notch creative for all agency accounts. This includes writing distinctive and intelligent content for print, broadcast, and all things digital. A senior writer must be able to speak to audiences with a fresh and engaging tone in diverse categories such as Technology, Food & Beverage, Travel & Tourism, Government, and Business-to-Business. A senior writer should be agile enough to collaborate with creative team members in all stages of content creation from concept development up to final production. A senior writer receives input and feedback in a professional and proactive manner, meeting all challenges with a solution-oriented mindset.
A Drake Cooper production designer designs, executes, and produces top-notch creative for all agency accounts. A production designer meets deadlines while exceeding expectations and is agile enough to follow creative direction and collaborate with agency creatives while taking the creativity to another level. This involves taking a broad conceptual framework and executing across multiple touchpoints such as: print, collateral, out-of-home, ambient, online, and social. A production designer loves feedback and plays well with others, leaving the ego at the door while working seamlessly with multiple creatives on multiple projects at a time. A fierce commitment to never settling for “good enough” coupled with killer efficiency skills goes a long way at Drake Cooper.
Full details and how to apply can be found in the full job listings on the Drake Cooper website.
Stoltz Marketing Group is looking for an experienced art director with strong ad concepting skills, in addition to design talent. Please attach a resume and PDF of samples. Freelance or contract to start. All inquiries will be kept confidential in spite of our deep desire to expose you. Learn more at www.stoltzgroup.com. Thanks.
Full details and how to apply can be found in the original job listing.
Maybe it’s the time of year. Perhaps it’s the amount of vacant office space available. Or it could be something entirely different. No matter how you look at it, there’s a whole lot of moving going on in the agency world lately.
Mitchell + Palmer: The folks at Mitchell + Palmer have moved north just a bit, leaving their space on Hill Road for what we presume to be a larger location off of Bogus Basin Road, and judging by the number of new faces around their shop, the extra space was sorely needed.
Stoltz Marketing Group: After more than a decade on Main Street, above two restaurants – first Zutto, now Flatbread Community Oven – Stoltz Marketing Group is moving to the Cornerstone Building at 9th and River. Not one to mess with a trend, they’ll still be above a restaurant. This time, however, it’ll be a few floors up from Cottonwood Grille.
DaviesMoore: The most recent shop (that we know of, at least) to throw their hat into the moving ring, DaviesMoore recently signed a lease for space in the 805 Idaho Building (also known as the Boise National Bank Building), according to the listings in the Idaho Business Review. If I had to venture a guess, I’d suspect they’ll be moving by the end of the summer.
Are there others that we’ve missed?
Glaring oversight on my part — Noot Group recently moved as well – from their space on Broadway to a new location in Bown Crossing. (Thanks for the reminder James).