LIN Media is currently seeking a Digital Creative Manager to join its growing team. The Creative Manager is responsible for both setting the creative direction on front-end and user experience for LIN Media’s local news websites as well as overseeing a team of designers creating both standard and rich media display ads.
We’re looking for passionate, driven individuals who love what they do. This position reports to the Vice President of Digital Operations.
- Setting the design principles and direction for desktop, tablet and mobile platforms
- Strong knowledge of rich media production and testing – specifically DoubleClick rich media, but knowledge of other vendors needed as well
- Solid background in design, layout & typography with a focus on UX principles
- Design of large scale publishing sites with focus on content and ad integration
- Managing a team of designers by providing leadership, mentorship and guidance
Desired Skills and Responsibilities:
- Comfortable with articulating and advocating revenue and technical needs to ensure integrity of project
- Experience with Adobe Creative Suite
- Familiarity with advertising campaign’s process to give creative direction
- Understanding of guideline execution (creative, editorial and legal)
- Strong project management, communication and presentation skills
- Competitive compensation, based on experience
- Comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, company paid life insurance, optional voluntary life insurance, short and long-term disability plans, generous paid time off and 401(k) plan
- Location based in Austin, TX
To apply, please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, please reference “Digital Creative Manager” in the subject line.
LIN Media is an equal opportunity employer.
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