Studio Manager

The Brand Agency, part of Australia’s leading communications group WPP AUNZ, is looking for a highly motivated and experienced Studio Manager to join our growing team. This is a rare opportunity to work at one of Melbourne’s leading advertising agencies and produce the highest calibre work for one of Australia’s most trusted and iconic retail brands.

The role

As the leader of a dynamic, talented team of designers and graphics artists, you’ll be able to mentor and develop their skills, keeping them motivated, energised and ready to meet the many demands and challenges of a fast-paced environment. You’ll be the main port of call, able to work closely with Account Management, Creative and Production to keep work trafficking through on time and on brief.

Who we are looking for

You are a collaborative and creative leader, with several years’ experience running a studio team. You’ll need to demonstrate formal qualifications and be highly proficient across the Adobe Creative Suite - from templating to pre-press to retouching, animating, editing and beyond.

You are a process-driven thinker; always learning, keeping up to date and delivering to best practice within brand guidelines. You are also agile and able to change, adjusting as required to get the job done every time.

Of course, you love working with others. You understand what they need and you contribute to any brief, as you intelligently plan, delegate and schedule jobs. You calmly scope out and manage the creative resources required to output everything from the largest project, to the day to day high volume and fast turnaround retail work.

If this sounds like you, please email your CV and a brief cover letter to rwillis@thebrandagency.co

Requirements

To be considered for this role, you must have the right to live and work in Australia.

We appreciate your understanding that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, and that due to the high number of applicants we receive, we are unable to reply to individual phone calls or emails.

No recruitment consultants please.

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