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Head of (Visual) Content – Integrated PR agency, Oxfordshire

stonorsearch Stonor Recruitment

Recruitment Agency for the South East

Oxfordshire – £30,000 – £50,000 DoE

A top 150 agency is looking for a senior designer, director or animator with a keen eye for increasing brand awareness through narrative content…

 

The Agency

Championing creativity, this agency aim above all else to deliver relevant and impactful communications to get their clients message noticed time and time again. They know that it’s their staff that make them a success, so anyone considering this position can rest assured if you’re right for them, they’ll treat you exceptionally well. Working across both B2B and consumer for a range of clients, they offer services across the whole channel mix – focusing on content, social, digital & traditional – the truly integrated way. The agency is going from strength to strength of late, their team has reached an impressive 30 people and they have even opened a second office. They have won several pieces of news business and are now looking a creatively minded, design or Video content veteran to become their new Head of (visual) content…

 

The Role

As Head of (visual) content you’ll need to always be thinking about how brands can be enhanced through visual narrative. Everything from a photo to an infographic to a 10-minute brand film has to have that story quality needed to deliver a lasting message

You’ll need to have a design specialism of your own, that makes you an essential maker of content as well as the leader of the team. It could be video production, animation, anything that adds something extra to our total team capabilities.

You will need to be able to demonstrate a history of producing quality content campaigns for a wide range of clients in varied sectors and must provide a portfolio or link to your work to be considered moving forward.

 

The Opportunity

The chance to join the content team at one of the UK’s top integrated PR agencies shouldn’t be overlooked. You’ll have the chance to take ownership of projects/campaigns from the outset and will get to work on a wide variety of impressive clients. The agency put a huge emphasis on their work environment and atmosphere being as attractive as possible, they encourage the team to be social, they don’t want you eating at your desk and they’d love it if you joined the team for Friday drinks. They offer an impressive list of benefits and are willing to consider both senior and midweight candidates for the role.

If you think you have what the agency is looking for, we’d love to hear from you…

 

To apply for this job email your details to charlie@stonorsearch.com

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