Regardless of how you ended up on the business end of a keyboard, as our new Producer-level Copywriter, you’ll be on the front lines of brand-defining opportunities and essential to the day-to-day success of our solutions delivery teams. To be successful, come to the table with a good understanding of current business and marketing challenges, the ability to articulate a wide range of technically driven solutions, as well as the creative mental horsepower to develop concepts and strategy in a collaborative digital agency environment.
We don’t need you to be all things to all people, just be:
Fast and fluent in conceptual sell-in rationales, strategic copy guidance and tactical copy elements
Comfortable collaborating with design, motion graphics and technical teams to bring ideas to life
Able to meaningfully participate in conceptual and strategic brainstorming sessions
Skilled in communicating with peers and client contacts to ensure expectations are met
Adept at proper application of the client’s brand standards in project-specific situations
Confident managing creative and technical resources for projects-providing purpose, motivation and direction to teams of 2 to 5 people
Full details about the position can be found on Wirestone’s website.
The purpose of the PrintSmart Graphic Design Associate is to create and produce marketing materials for internal and external customers that meet or exceed customer expectations and delivered on stated timelines. Materials for divisions of Golbon must be produced within stated budgetary guidelines. Marketing materials for all other customers must be produced within quoted charges to maximize profitability and margins. PrintSmart Graphic Design Associates will be involved in the growth and profitability of PrintSmart through Sales and Marketing initiatives.
The scope of the Graphic Design Associate is to produce visual solutions to the communication needs of internal and external clients, using a mix of creative skills and commercial awareness. Associates require a working knowledge of the latest computer packages and an understanding of material costs and time limits, all of which will impact the final design. All materials for internal division of Golbon must be produced within stated budgetary guidelines. External clients marketing materials must be produced within the quoted charges to maximize profitability and margins. PrintSmart Associates will be involved in the growth and profitability through sales and marketing initiatives.
More details and how to apply can be found in the original job listing.
The College of Western Idaho has issued a Website Design Request for Proposal. Full information about this RFP is available on the College’s website at www.cwidaho.cc. The deadline for response is November 8th at 5:00 p.m.
We came across this classic during a recent stroll through YouTube, produced by North by Northwest for the 1994 Rockie Awards.
From the video’s description:
In 1994, the Idaho Ad Federation asked vendors to produce openings for that year’s Rockies Show. North By Northwest chose “Newspaper”. The piece was shot in one night and was Jeff Noble’s first “day” on the job. It won for Best Intro.
The University of Idaho has an opening for a Tenure-Track Assistant or Associate Professor of Journalism/Mass Media (Advertising). From the job description:
The School of Journalism and Mass Media invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track assistant or associate professor with a specialty of advertising to begin in August 2011.
Teach five or six courses per year; summer teaching is optional at additional pay. The primary teaching area will be advertising, including Principles of Advertising and other courses. The position may include advising the School’s NSAC Advertising Competition Team. The successful candidate will also be qualified to teach Media and Society (the School’s survey course for first-year students) and to develop new courses in Advertising and PR. All tenure-track faculty members are expected to develop a program of scholarly research or creative activity, to advise undergraduate students, to maintain strong professional contacts, to pursue external funding, and to serve on School, College and University committees.
For regular readers of the Idaho Ad Agencies blog, you’ve not doubt noticed that updates and new posts have been few and far between. Or, at the very least, they haven’t kept up with the pace that you’ve come to expect from this site.
Even though that’s been the case as of late, there have still been quite a few things happening in and around the marketing, advertising and communications industry. Here’s just a sampling:
The Idaho Business Review has an opening for an Account Executive to join their advertising and sales staff.
Below is an excerpt of the job description that was sent to us recently:
We are seeking an advertising sales representative who thrives in a fast-paced, results-oriented environment with a strong urgency for goal achievement.
The account executive must have the creativity to always be thinking of new ways to sell. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with media in the State of Idaho, and keep their knowledge of business dealings and the economic markets consistently up to date.
This position is responsible for business development through cold calling, client account management, creating and conducting sales presentations. The successful candidate shall follow and be responsible for the sale from initial client meeting to invoicing, adhering to deadlines and completing tasks in a timely manner.
For more information or to apply, contact the IBR Advertising Sales Director Laurel Judy.