Head of Creative - Consumer Brand Owner

Recruiter
Location
England, London
Salary
£60000 - £70000 per annum
Posted
05 Sep 2017
Closes
03 Oct 2017
Ref
EA/B30261
Contact
Emma Acton-Bloom
Discipline
Branding, Graphics
Function
Designer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

This fresh, consumer brand owner is definitely not scare at what could be lurking down the dark cave and they are now looking for a Head of Creative to head up their amazing in-house design team.

In a fast-paced environment, you will need to oversee all aspects of the creative output of their studio, creatively directing the team, brainstorming conceptual ideas, challenging the thinking and push the brand further, art directing TVC's and photoshoots, turn you hand at writing copy, working with partners and designing projects across a multitude of touchpoints (above and bottom the line).

They definitely know how to push the boundaries and would need their Head of Creative to not be afraid of doing the same. They do things differently, boldly, energetically and they are adventurous - so, if you are looking for a change, if you miss getting your hands dirty with design, if you are bored of playing it safe, if you want to think outside the box and really influence the strategy and business of a brand - please get in touch to find out more.

Essential skills:


| Experience in leading a design teams
| Branding experience is a must
| Creative direction and thinking
| Experience working across multiple channels, including campaigns and adverts
| Pushing the brand boundaries as far as possible

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