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Creative Producer, Brand Content

Overview:

The Creative Producer will play a key role in the ideation, development, and execution of best-in-class content for brand partners, distributed across TED’s digital and social eco-system.

Working collaboratively across revenue-driving Partnerships team, the Creative Producer will ideate on brand storytelling through the TED lens, define and synthesize project requirements and assist in product roadmap and design resource planning, while being able to communicate professionally and clearly with our brand partners and production vendors.

Along with keen multi-tasking skills, the ideal candidate must maintain a critical eye for creative direction and details while managing perspective on the broader scope of a project's scope and direction. The position requires keeping up-to-date on emerging platforms and technologies, as well as design and interaction trends and best practices.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Ideate, present and produce brand partner content solutions and deliverables from concept to launch, inclusive of:
  • Short- and long-form brand partner films (live action, animated, stop motion)
  • Social-first content (animation, photography, illustration, infographics)
  • Communicate clearly and efficiently with brand partners as well as production companies
  • Manage a project from start to finish with clarity, creativity, and knowledge
  • Oversee brand guidelines and maintain design quality for all initiatives
  • Manage design project schedules and deliverables
  • Work effectively with development, creative services, product, social and tech leads

Requirements:

  • Must have client interfacing experience and have been involved in pre sale and post sale projects
  • Highly developed communication skills to facilitate feedback, needs, and schedules required, exhibiting a consistent standard of patience and appreciation for the creative process. Must have experience with client interfacing.
  • Must have creative development experience; developing concepts in pre sale and post sale
  • Production experience, vendor relationships and/or a deep understanding of production calendars, deliverables and how a film is made is a must
  • 5-7 years of experience in production, project management and/or design pre- and post-sale teams
  • An exceptional portfolio of work showcasing capabilities across multiple platforms including video, mobile, social and web application solutions
  • A collaborative, communicative and entrepreneurial spirit
  • Experience with some production tracking software and asset management software is preferred but not required

This is a contract position based in TED's New York office.

Only candidates who submit both resumes and portfolios will be considered. Due to a high volume of applications, only those who move forward in the application process will be contacted.

TED Conferences provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, TED Conferences complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

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