Ogilvy

Sr. Designer

Posted Date 2 months ago(16/06/2021 5:00 AM)
Job ID
2021-9503
# of Openings
1
Department
Creative

Overview

Senior designers are supposed to be the assistants of the art director. They deliver visual communication which meets Ogilvy’s standards, using their own aesthetic and professional skills.

Responsibilities

Client Management

  • Understand the Client's brand tonality and meet their requirements in art design. 

Strategy

  • Be able to understand communication strategies and complete art design along appropriate directions.

Creative Leadership

  • Under the leadership of art director, produce advertising materials for the company.
  • Complete the Client's daily creative design work independently.
  • Search for material and visual references for the team during the creative preparation process.
  • Have good time management skills and be able to complete work on time.
  • Skilled in relevant design software, with preference given to proficiency in a particular skill.
  • Possess knowledge of production, printing, and digital media, and supervise on behalf of the company and Clients when necessary.
  • Familiar with trends in the design arena and enjoy sharing with colleagues.
  • Responsible for creative and effectiveness recognition at local and international awards competitions and new/existing business growth. 

Leadership & People Management

  • Passionate about design, be strict with himself/herself, and create visuals which meet the Ogilvy standard.
  • Can think independently and also understand the arrangements of senior staff.
  • Be able to deal with and relieve stress independently.
  • Focus on each and every detail.
  • Be humble, respect and trust others to create a comfortable working environment.
  • Abide by the WPP Code of Business Conduct.

 

Qualifications

  • Can handle a team of designers
  • Updated with latest and best designs
  • knows technical side ofproduction & social posts
  • Knowledgable in Adobe After Effects

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