The slow wane of summer signals the start of a veritable harvest time for job seekers. To ensure a good crop, Digiday has launched a brand new jobs board, fully loaded with opportunities for all types of digital media professionals, from the creative-minded to those who are more business-oriented.
This week, we’ll take a look at 10 new creative openings. Check them out below, then head over to take a look at the rest of the jobs board postings.
Director of Digital Creative, The Integer Group
The Integer Group is looking for a director of digital creative to build ideas, relationships and business, as well as help various creative teams in connecting the dots across multiple digital specialties, including UX, UI, content, social, mobile, e-commerce and promotions. They’re looking for 7-10 years of broad digital experience and a track record of leading successful digital creative teams.
It’s 2014, and just knowing how to write a good blog post isn’t going to cut it for a copywriter anymore. In TapSense’s copywriter position, you’ll need to quickly shift your voice and style when you go from from writing blogs to website copy, articles, white papers and eBooks. 3-5 years of experience as a full-time writer or journalist is required, as is a passion for simple and concise communication.
Content Marketing Manager, Parse.ly
Parse.ly wants a content marketing manager that has the mindset of a marketer but the writing skills of a journalist. You’ll work with the marketing team to identify important themes and trends for Parse.ly’s audience, and create blog posts, white papers, case studies and more.
Copywriter and Digital Content Producer, Turner PR
Think you can wow Turner PR with tales of exploring the world or other hobbies that relate to their client portfolio? Give it a shot, but if adventure isn’t your thing, a solid knack for adapting and evolving your writing and content production craft for a number of established brands might just catch their eye and qualify you to be their copywriter and digital content producer. They want someone with three or more years of experience who can manipulate different content types and voices to reach clear business goals.
Senior Digital Production Artist, The Integer Group
Despite the term, second screens have become the primary ones in our lives, and that’s where The Integer Group’s sr. digital production artist will focus. They’ll create web banners, landing pages, tablet executions and email campaigns while leading the company’s digital production team. Of course, a bevy of creative production experience is required, from Adobe Creative Suite to flash to web graphics optimization and style sheets.
Design Director, National Journal/Atlantic Media
National Journal, a subsidiary of Atlantic Media, is looking for someone who can handle branding, digital and sales support responsibilities for its marketing team. Reporting to the director of marketing, the design director will be central to developing and executing marketing strategies that target National Journal’s members, subscribers, online audience and advertisers.
Visual Designer, Knock Twice
Knock Twice prides itself on being a “hybrid agency that goes beyond conventional communications,” and its visual designer position is an extension of that ideal. They’re looking for someone who can work with editorial to build an inventory of art and social posts including GIFs, photo illustrations, diagrams and other forms of eye-catching, mold-breaking multi-media designs for distribution on a variety of digital channels.
Content Editor, National Journal Events/Atlantic Media
National Journal is looking for senior-level content editor to develop content and new partnerships for its event business. The right candidate will be an excellent reporter and writer and have a good understanding understanding of the political arena and the “business” of Washington, D.C, as well as extensive knowledge of national and local newsmakers and policy issues.
Junior Designer, TapSense
Visual components rival the written word in modern marketing importance. We’re cheating a little to get to 10 postings, but TapSense has two jr. designer positions (here and here) where you’ll be putting that flare on the organization’s corporate marketing materials and all social media platforms, online & print ads, presentations, promotional material and more.
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