Raycom Media

Creative Director

ID
2018-8178
# of Openings
1
Department
Marketing/Creative Services
Employment Status
Regular Full-Time
Work Days
M - F
Work Hours
8am - 5pm

Job Overview

We are changing our approach to ad sales and commercial production and we need a dynamic Creative Director to help make our clients successful!

WMC Action News 5, a leading content brand in Memphis, TN, needs a creative thinker with a go-getter attitude. The Creative Director is the station’s top creative consultant for exceeding client expectations. You will be responsible for working with sales managers and account executives to conceive and execute effective client-driven commercial projects and revenue-generating station initiatives 

 

Your opinions will be valued and your work will be considered a competitive advantage for our local sales team.  

 

The ideal candidate is an expert visual storyteller with strong skills in writing, cinematography and Adobe Creative Cloud editing programs. Exceptional organization and strategic thinking is required to implement market research recommendations and achieve goals in audience development and revenue growth.  This individual is a hands-on producer, with knowledge of digital and social media marketing trends and platforms

 

WMC Action News 5, a Raycom Media center, offers a stable working environment, outstanding benefits, and the potential for growth throughout all of Raycom.  

 

Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Advertising, Film/Video or other related field preferred. A minimum of 3 years proven working experience, producing measurable results and using the latest marketing trends and best practices.

 

Must provide creative reel demonstrating advanced production knowledge, especially Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects and DSLR cinematography.

 

Qualified applicants, please apply online and attach resume with cover letter, and link to your most recent work.  No phone calls please.  EOE-M/F/D/V

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