Associate Creative Director – Shopper Marketing

Job Locations US-KY-Louisville
Posted Date 2 months ago(1/3/2018 11:27 AM)
# of Openings
Advertising & Marketing


We are searching for an ACD/Senior Art Director with a shopper marketing background to help create fully integrated shopper marketing campaigns for a large retail client. This position is responsible for helping shape and create work for digital campaigns, direct mail, email, video and other mediums.


  • Demonstrates the ability to make sound design decisions across various platforms and clients
  • Leads in internal and external client meetings and plans workflow
  • Works on concept creation
  • Spends equal time in concept development, art direction and design, reviewing the work of younger art directors, and creating presentations
  • Ensures that internal processes are followed to create quality work
  • Helps work with strategists to create briefs
  • Must possess a good understanding of the retail space and shopper marketing
  • Works with creative leadership to guide the process and the work
  • Mentors younger creatives


  • 5+ years of experience as an art director or senior art director for an agency
  • 3+ years working in shopper marketing
  • Must possess a deep passion and understanding of creative development, art direction/design and strategy
  • Looking for someone who is passionate about the retail space and shopper marketing
  • Demonstrate an ability to coach and develop creative personnel within the discipline
  • Thorough understanding of technologies including Adobe Creative Suite
  • Help establish direction and vision for projects
  • Expert written, verbal and presentation skills
  • Must be results and detail-oriented and able to juggle multiple priorities in order to meet deadlines
  • Strong portfolio with award winning work and ideas that extend across multiple platforms - including digital.
  • Illustration abilities a plus


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