As a Studio Manager, you will focus on the visual development of the product, and work closely with the Producer(s), Creative Director and Management to ensure the quality and integrity of the product meets or exceeds product vision, and pushes the boundaries of competitive visual quality within the Studio. We’re looking for a real “go-getter” here. You must assign tasks to team members according to skills and proficiencies. In short, you must make sure the quality and performance in the design project reaches the maximum.
• Lead and motivate the art team to realize overall goals and deliver a successful project on time
• Delegation of day-to-day responsibilities to other designers, writers and interactive developers to ensure on time delivery of work
• Provide direction to Designers and Senior Designers
• Meticulous organization skills and ability to manage multiple projects
• A strong understanding of print and web technologies and a strong grasp of the tools is expected
• Create layouts applying design principles such as color, typography, photographic selection, organizing elements and usability
• Strong knowledge in areas of typography and design
• Apply brand identity systems, typography, photography, color and other ingredients appropriately to create innovative visual solutions that meet business and user needs
• Present ideas with rationale and confidence to senior leadership
• A multi-tasker. You’ll be required to manage a large volume of work, often working on many projects at the same time.
• A leader. You’ll be the studio point of contact for all client communication. Professionalism and initiative is key.
• An innovator. You’ll be part of a growing company that finds solutions to any obstacles we face and develops new strategies and ideas that set us apart from our competitors.
We work within a small studio, so we all wear multiple hats. If you’re looking to work in a role where you throw your feet up after your daily tasks are completed, this isn’t the right fit. We’re looking for someone who is eager to dip into multiple duties and welcome work that may be out of scope in a generic job description ( i.e. why we’re having such a hard time crafting this one!) Someone who is eager to welcome and greet guests and conduct minimal admin work. We all pitch in, and have fun!
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