Senior Digital Creative
We want conceptual thinkers who are excited about creating multi-platform advertising campaigns for major BBC brands; you will have the opportunity to create compelling content inspired by the BBC’s marketing strategy.
A Creative may work on a broad range of material, across digital & social, TV and print, and from simple audience communication to hi-end campaigns. The role of the Creative may vary depending on the work-area allocated and the craft specialism; the weighting of the principle accountabilities changing accordingly.
You will work into a Creative Head, but will be expected to take briefs in person and pitch ideas back to stakeholders (working under your own initiative). You will manage / mentor more junior Creatives.
Examples of our work can be seen here:
Within BBC Creative we have a digital team working across a range of brands.
We are looking for someone to work on a variety of projects, with a particular focus on campaigns for our BBC NEWS brands including BBC World Service (English and other language output) and our BBC World News international channel.
We need a conceptual thinker with the ability to devise innovative digital campaigns, and contribute to a wide range of multi-media projects.
You will also mentor more junior Creatives and deputise for the Creative Head as required.
For more responsibilities please look at the job description
Are you the right candidate?
This role requires specific digital skills and experience, usually gained through working within the creative department of an agency or broadcaster :
· Conceptual thinking
· Detailed knowledge of digital platforms / technology
· Art Direction / Script writing
· Excellent communication skills
Potential candidates will need to submit relevant examples of work for review by a Creative Director.
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