“Transforming ideas into physical objects that will be experienced around the world is really rewarding.”
With a responsibility split that is actually 80% organisation and 20% creative work, this role is ideal for the at-heart creative who thrives on leadership (whether that be personnel- or project-based). If you’ve already led a creative team it will be no big issue for you to balance the responsibilities of project ownership with the daily tasks of team management.
Day-to-day, you’ll act as the communication hub between KISKA and the client. You’ll participate in meetings, receive and create briefings, as well as understand project scopes (and your team’s ability to deliver). With all of this information on-hand, you’ll be able to inform your design team about the goals of every project.
To create real impact for brands, you’ll need:
• A background in a high-level creative role, like art direction, preferably in an agency setting.
• Experience in leading a creative team (and all of the organisational skills that requires).
• Great communication skills as you will be the main contact between your team, the client and other project stakeholders.
• English fluency (though German skills are an asset).
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