You’re a team-oriented individual with a bent toward strategy and a strong identity skill set, but you should have outstanding design chops across all media, from packaging through digital.
You’ll need to be strong in developing a concept and able to implement it as well—we are a small and flat organization. (You should also be comfortable getting dirty on a volunteer project to rebuild trails in the Boise Foothills or helping rearrange furniture to accommodate a speaker’s event in the office. We’re a collaborative place, we work hard, and there’s no job too big or small for anyone.)
You’ll have a strong desire to change the world and will have demonstrated an active pursuit of social purpose in your career, which could come to life through volunteering, advocacy, past work for social enterprises, or perhaps even something else. Tell us about it!
You must have strong communication and presentation skills. Emphasis on presentation—you will need to present your ideas at the same high level of quality as the work you have created.
You’ll likely have 10+ years professional experience. While an agency or professional services background is preferred, it’s not a must.
We got word recently of a couple moves affecting shops in the Boise area:
In February, Jason Sievers moved from DaviesMoore — where he most recently served as Creative Director — to One Stone, where he’s Creative Director for Two Birds, the student-led creative studio. The move also reunites Sievers with Michael Reagan, who spent 17 years with DaviesMoore prior to joining One Stone.
Since then, he went on to broaden his experience with the creative agency Struck, and over 10 years honed his travel and tourism chops with clients like the Utah Office of Tourism, Experience Scottsdale, Catalina Island Company, CMH Heli Ski, Ski Utah, Snowbird, and Sundance. He also was a public speaker and presenter at state, regional and national industry events.
Fast-forward to today, and things have come full circle.
Last month, Jeremy returned to where it all began, and rejoined Drake Cooper as VP of Client Services. In his new role he leads the client services team and collaborates with clients to plan work focused on strategy and results.
Fittingly enough, his first day back at Drake Cooper — Groundhog Day.
The IAF Silver Medal Award is presented annually by the Idaho Advertising Federation to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to advertising by advancing the industry’s standards, demonstrating creative excellence, and promoting social welfare.
Following receipt of nominations, the IAF Board of Directors selects a regional panel of Idaho judges to review nominees based on a number of criteria. Only one silver medal is awarded each year, and judges may elect not to award the Silver Medal in any given year.
The Silver Medal winner will be announced at the annual Rockie Awards Show hosted by the Idaho Advertising Federation on April 28, 2018. The recipient’s name is listed with other winners throughout the nation for presentation to the National Conference of the American Advertising Federation.
Mail nominations to:
Idaho Advertising Federation
Silver Medal Award Program
P.O. Box 2691 – Boise, ID 83701
NOTE: NOMINATIONS OF CANDIDATES DO NOT AUTOMATICALLY CARRY OVER FROM ONE YEAR TO THE NEXT. A PREVIOUS NOMINEE NOT RECEIVING SILVER MEDAL RECOGNITION SHOULD BE RESUBMITTED FOR CONSIDERATION IN SUBSEQUENT YEARS.
The content marketing/account coordinator will integrate with the entire agency, but you’ll work directly with our Director of Content Marketing and Digital. You’ll help create engaging content, run campaigns focused on delivering brand awareness, improved search and audience conversions and coordinate/project manage projects across the entire agency.
And you are?
You love the craft of writing and running content campaigns. You eagerly learn the latest industry trends and jump in the help wherever needed and ensure projects are delivered on time and with the highest quality. You pay attention to details and know how to build and manage a mean project schedule.
Create content for white papers, infographics, ebooks, emails, product demonstration videos, web content, multimedia presentations, etc.
Lock arms with creative team to develop smart and effective content that drives conversions
Absorb and understand clients and industry experts to do deep dives on their products and services.
Willingly iterate and improve content based on market learnings and team feedback.
Measure content campaigns against goals to meet digital conversions and client KPIs.
Coordinate projects across the agency to assure they are delivered on-time and within budget.
DaviesMoore, a full-service marketing firm in Boise, is looking for a Digital Marketing & Media Specialist to work in a fast-paced, results-oriented atmosphere. The successful candidate for this role is a strategic thinker, has a knack for all things digital, and is task oriented enough to do the buying/billing/analytics in addition to digital marketing & media implementation. This person possesses a passion for the digital space and understands the many nuances that come with facilitating integrated media campaigns across paid, owned and earned media channels.
This individual will be a member of the DaviesMoore Media Team and report to the Integrated Media Director while working closely with other media team personnel. This position will also work closely with the Digital, Accounts, and Accounting teams to ensure that a variety of tasks are completed for clients across a number of different industries.
The right person for this position is able to be nimble and wear many hats, as well as fit into the agency’s established culture that promotes autonomy with results.
Key Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Research utilizing in-house tools as well as 3rd party data based on the needs of the Media Team.
Creation of Email Marketing Campaigns and Newsletters.
Work within multiple digital analytics platforms.
Understanding CMS (WordPress) platforms and completing various tasks related to data entry and content upload.
Create reports based on monthly/quarterly data across multiple digital platforms.
Work closely with the billing team to match digital orders based on approved media plans/buys to received invoices.
Curating Influencer lists for campaigns across a variety of social and digital channels.
Implement social media campaigns and monitor client social media accounts for messages & engagements.
Stay appraised of industry standards.
Research emerging digital media trends and vet opportunities for clients.
At Foerstel Design, being a kick-ass designer ranks number one, but caring about the environment and sustainability is also at the top of our list. We are a design and strategic marketing group located in beautiful Boise, Idaho, and we sleep better at night because we spend our days working for thoughtful clients whose products and services make the world a better place to live. We are looking to add a full-time Junior Art Director to our tribe who has bushels of positive energy and a minimum 2 years of design/production experience. A perfect candidate thinks that creativity isn’t limited to the office, embraces problem solving, and plays well with others. Packaging design experience is a plus, and fitting in with our fun, creative bunch is a must.
What you’ll do
Package design for retail and foodservice, from early concepting to production
Brand architecture, including but not limited to, establishing foundational elements, logo design, and collateral development
Digital/web and interactive design
Work with team to develop new creative and technical skills
Report directly to Creative Director to achieve desired project goals and quality creative projects
Assist Creative and Art Directors in new business development efforts
What you’ll need
Minimum 2 years design experience in an agency or design studio
Package design experience is highly preferred but not mandatory
A strong portfolio demonstrating a variety of design skills
Adequate knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
An optimistic, can-do attitude
Willingness to embrace design as a discipline of co-creation
Flexibility with work schedule to accommodate client deadlines
He’s a whiz at client and customer management. He’s a master at agency flow and schedules. He’s able to see the big picture and develop processes that work. He figures out people’s best qualities and plays to them. And he’s a smart strategy guy.
In other words: He’s a catch.
This also reunites Brubaker and Carew Co. founder Paul Carew, who worked together at Oliver Russell in the mid-2000s.