• Associate Creative Director (Art-based)

    Posted Date 11 months ago(28/09/2017 12:51 AM)
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  • Overview

    Shenzhen is the Silicon Valley of China and home to Huawei, Tencent, Foxconn and many other new tech players.  Shenzhen is the Maker city by own proclamation and is a mere 45-minute train ride to Hong Kong.


    Ogilvy Shenzhen has a unique positioning as a gateway to global markets for Chinese brands. Huawei and Foxconn are currently the key clients but we hope to grow beyond that with the opening of the new office.  Ogilvy Shenzhen is now looking for some international talents and this could be a great opportunity for someone from Europe or US looking for a challenge and career opportunity.  As all our business there is tech base and b2b, someone with that background would be preferred.




    You have a refined design eye, know how to tastefully use typography, and always strive towards excellence in your craft. You can demonstrate your passion to solve complex communication challenges in a fast-paced environment through strategy, concept and a deep understanding of how to exceed audiences’ expectations and engage them on behalf of our clients. If your portfolio showcases strong design and an extensive background crafting intuitive and innovative digital experiences, we want to talk to you.


    • Proven work experience as a Senior Designer, graphic designer or similar role
    • Portfolio of completed design projects (e.g. logos, animations and graphics)
    • Hands-on experience with image editing and digital sketching software, like Photoshop, Indesign and Adobe Illustrator
    • Ability to meet deadlines and collaborate with a team
    • 3-5 years agency working experience, B2B client experience will be a plus
    • Willing to work for ICT clients, and with passion to assist Asia brands outbound
    • Proficiency in Mandarin an advantage


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