We got word of two new job openings at Drake Cooper recently:
You see digital beyond the boundaries of a browser. You want to tell
stories across devices and platforms, and make meaningful connections
throughout the consumer journey. You believe a great experience is in
the micro-interactions. So do we. Let’s work together to bring that
vision to life for innovative, ambitious brands.
We are looking
for an Interactive Designer with the talent, taste, and ambition to
challenge conventional thinking and bring our clients’ stories to life
throughout the digital landscape. The ideal candidate should be able to
translate business challenges into work that is on-brand and on-trend,
effective, intuitive, and delightful.
Sound like a fit? Let’s talk. Apply with a current resume, and include a portfolio link in your cover letter.
An Account Planner helps clients identify what their brand ‘says’. They help establish the goals and objectives, target audience, message and tone in which marketing campaigns and messaging should be delivered. The Account Planner helps define how a particular strategy can help a client add value to their business and inspire Drake Cooper teams to create work that achieves the strategy. They use research, trends and data on markets, consumers and culture to help guide them.
Full details about these positions and how to apply can be found on the careers page of Drake Cooper’s website.
DaviesMoore in Boise is looking for an Account Planner.
The Account Planner will embrace the brand management role, with a focus on developing strategic business and marketing objectives. In addition, the planner will guide the implementation of each plan and shepherd the marketing process to ensure tactics are in line with the established goals. Integral to all facets of developing marketing communications, this person will be heavily relied on for their input at every stage of the process to inform and inspire creative ideas, and guide the resulting integrated marketing campaigns. In this role, the account planner works closely with the Account Executives to develop plans and interacts with all internal teams and client contacts including research, creative and account service teams, web strategy and development teams, media and public relations personnel, client stakeholders and end users/consumers. Ultimately, the charge of the Account Planner is the formulation of a plan for directing integrated communications solutions. This person will have a high level of client contact and must be comfortable assuming a leadership position during client meetings.
The Account Planner should have a firm grounding in marketing thought processes, and tested experience in developing marketing and creative strategies. This person should also have a good understanding of public relations and media planning/buying as it affects the planning process. The Account Planner needs to have strong presentation skills; excellent verbal and written communications skills; strong organizational skills; and dynamic leadership abilities.
See the full job description, responsibilities and whatnot here. Applications are due by Friday, April 3rd.