|Salary:||£30000 - £40000 per annum|
Our client on this one are an agency specialising in the world of digital with a focus on social, performance and content marketing as well as delivering ecom platforms, mobile apps and SaaS. They've got an amazing portfolio of clients spanning consumer products, fintech, FMCG, travel and tech. They also have a strong commitment to training and developing their people, giving access to a range of industry courses and a dedicated book budget!
Thanks to ongoing growth, they are now looking to add a creative strategist to the team who will work closely with their clients, the digital team (which includes your classic digital media planners), and a suite of creatives.
What You'll Be Doing
Your day to day will be that of a classic ad agency strategist - you'll be understanding your client's problems, researching a range of audiences at your desk (as well as with research agencies and using ongoing campaign performance data), and then coming up with creative concepts and strategies which the creative team can use as a launch pad to deliver brilliant work! You'll also be responsible for:
What We're Looking For
We're looking for a creative thinker with an eye for design and copy, who knows how to persuade a client of a solid strategy and who knows the digital ecosystem inside out. This is across everything from paid media, landing pages, emails, long form content and more!
Being a good presenter will go a long way with this one, and the obligatory powerpoint / google slides skills need to be a part of the mix. If you have worked as a copywriter or designer before that'd be nice, but being a planner your whole life is also absolutely fine!
The team at this agency pride themselves on owning their work (and their mistakes), having an exceptionally strong team ethos, and having the EQ to navigate the difficulties of client/creative relationships.
If this sounds like you, be sure to get in touch now at email@example.com
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