Our mantra is – We Build Brands for the Ambitious.
To achieve that statement, Drake Cooper is seeking a collaborative, open-minded, and inspiring creative leader, with a willingness to set the tone by being hands-on. Our new Creative Director will make sure our creativity solves our clients’ most pressing issues and helps them achieve their most significant opportunities.
This is an instrumental creative role in the agency, guiding the creative vision for Drake Cooper. Reporting to the CEO, the Creative Director will oversee a talented group of artists, writers, and creatives charged with developing innovative advertising and marketing for clients that span multiple verticals such as real estate, retail, food and beverage, and travel and tourism. The Creative Director will work collaboratively across the agency developing successful campaigns that reach audiences via traditional, digital, and social platforms.
If you have a career goal to inspire, create, and innovate, this is the role for you.
Who You Are.
10+ years of creative experience — specifically in advertising agencies, with 5+ years in a creative leadership capacity, directly supervising creatives
Someone who thinks conceptually, and has experience turning compelling conceptual ideas into successful advertising and marketing
Proven track record of breakthrough creative development and business success
Culture champion — you will have built and shaped agency culture that has resulted in a highly innovative, diverse, and engaged team
Experience in emergent digital visual design trends, including Print, OOH, Interactive, UI/UX, Email, Mobile, and Social
Experience overseeing the design of physical brand experiences
Deep expertise in developing print, digital, and broadcast campaigns
Advanced knowledge of creative development for advertising and promotional spots and content, along with knowledge of scriptwriting, motion graphics, editing, and music
Solid strategic understanding of brand strategy and market positioning to ensure a consistently modern voice across multiple client verticals
Open-minded and adaptive to how data, analytics, and other innovations can help inform the development of more effective creative
An outstanding collaborator and communicator who can work across multiple functions and internal teams with a strong executive-level presence
Have a strong appreciation of popular culture and avidly contribute to an understanding of the interests of our clients’ audiences
Deep passion for storytelling, advertising, marketing, film, etc.
As the Creative Director you’ll be the creative team’s most experienced at big idea generation, concept development, mentoring/motivating, and recommending creative team assignments. You’ll lead creative presentations and co-lead new business pitches. You’ll make sure the creative product is on objective, on time and on budget. You’ll play a key role in helping to evolve the CLM brand and culture of CLM 3.0.
Candidates should have at least five years experience leading and directing a growing creative team, and compelling copywriting and storytelling experience.
Full details about the position and how to apply can be found on CLM’s website.
We’re looking to hire a purpose-oriented all-star to complement and strengthen our team as we grow our roster of clients that currently stretches from Silicon Valley to Singapore to the Smithsonian. We’re on the hunt for a Producer to join our team and to provide a necessary conduit between the account group and the rest of the agency. Along with having a passion for all things creative, we expect you to have an outgoing, motivated personality and be willing to bring your unique style to the table.
Your primary responsibilities:
Guiding projects from initial client conversations through completion and ensuring projects are delivered on time and on budget
Managing the day-to-day account relationship with clients
Developing and managing production schedules and estimates for client projects
Gathering and assembling background information for strategic planning, creative brief development, etc.
Helping provide project strategy
Providing logistical support for, running, and documenting client meetings and calls
Trafficking projects between account and creative teams
Proofreading copy and artwork
Compiling and relaying client feedback to the creative team
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.)