Tuesday, July 22, 2008
5732: Seeking Jackass-Of-All-Trades.
This job listing actually runs about three times longer than what’s depicted. It demonstrates how “New Media” has created new standards, new expectations and new title definitions. A Senior Creative Director is expected to literally do all the creative work, generate timelines and write briefs. Plus, you’ll handle web design, sales materials, presentations, video production, animation, interactive design and print work. This is not a manager position—unless you call your subordinates me, myself and I. Oh, and you can expect to be paid $30-45 per hour. Welcome to the New Job Market.
Senior Creative Director
Symplified, a fast growing, well financed Internet startup, is looking for an extremely talented, completely hands-on, timeline loving, entrepreneurial, Art Directing, Web Designer.
You will be working concept through completion to create new and update existing websites, design banners and other online collateral. You must have an exquisite design sense, as you will be working with world-class companies. You have to be able to analyze client needs, suggest technological ways to make it happen, and jump in and do the work. You will be creating timelines and creative briefs as well.
As Senior Creative Director, you will bring your years of hands-on expertise to manage and implement the Company’s in-house design efforts, which encompasses a broad range of graphic design including web design, sales materials, presentations, video production, animation, interactive design and print work.
This is a fast-paced environment so you must be able to work on tight deadlines and multitask. Tons of room for growth with Symplified, as you would be helping to grow the entire interactive department.
This is a production position not a manager position.
Posted by HighJive at 8:25 PM
Labels: job market
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I'm amazed that they didn't add "Answer phones during receptionist's break times" in there. Because that's pretty much all they left out.
actually, you'll probably be expected to play the role of receptionist.
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