Ogilvy

  • Art Director

    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/28/2018 11:27 AM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-3981
    Location
    US-Washington, DC
    Department
    Creative
  • Overview

    Ogilvy is looking for an Art Director with an exceptional portfolio to join our award-winning creative team. This is a unique opportunity to become part of a group passionate about telling compelling stories and creating extraordinary experiences. In all things creative, we believe in pushing boundaries and clarity of execution. Our work spans advertising, identity, digital, motion, and more. Our diverse client base includes Fortune 500 brands, leading NGOs, government agencies and professional associations.

    Responsibilities

    You have a conceptual mind, refined eye for design - 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 you have a strong portfolio, we want to talk to you.

     

    Qualifications

    • An online portfolio showcasing several recent projects.
    • BFA/BA in Graphic, Digital Media Design or related field (or significant equivalent experience).
    • A minimum of 5 years industry
    • Strategic and conceptual mind.
    • A deep understanding of design principles.
    • The ability to clearly and confidently present your work in front of both internal and external audiences.
    • Strong attention to detail. Self-starter. A positive attitude and a collaborative personality.
    • Ability to keep up with current trends in technology, design, and communication.
    • Expert knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite—in particular Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
    • Experience supervising junior staff a plus.
    • Knowledge of Information Architecture (IA) and User Experience (UX) methods a plus.

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