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Creative Producer

Kingston upon Hull
Full Time
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Job Description

Do you love working with people? Are you nice?! Is being creative something that drives you? Do you love design? Do you love print?

Would you be happy jumping on a flight to Milan for a few days to set-up an exhibition and dealing with last minute changes?

Could you work with our Brand Agency in London on a new print promotion and manage the marketing campaign from inception to delivery?

Would you be able to work with the team at a luxury brand on an in-store paper installation? Would you be able to design a magazine advert, greeting card or event invite at short notice? Are you as happy doing all those things as you would be helping our sample team in Hull? Would all of these things spark joy in you and others, would they be exceptional? Would they elevate G . F Smith beyond our imagination?

If yes, then then this opportunity could be for you. We are looking for a Creative Producer to lead creative innovation and production across our UK and Global Markets. This person will be joining our Creative Team, working to connect our products, services and stories with creative people worldwide. This is a great opportunity to help shape the future of how we at G . F Smith enable the best execution of physical marketing campaigns, on both quality and scale, as we continue to grow globally.

You will be responsible for managing the end-to-end production process of our market-specific print- based campaigns, delivering global events and producing graphic design concepts that work across a variety of channels. You will partner with colleagues and work with the Creative team on bringing our creative vision to life, focusing on how ideas will be produced and implemented. This all means that you thrive in an environment that requires you to bridge strategic, creative and project management needs. The role is stand alone, based in Hull and reports to the Creative Director.