HMH is looking for mid-level art directors to join our Portland and Charlotte teams. In fact, we’re looking for mid-level creative teams in both offices, so if you already work with a copywriter who you think is great, all the better – apply together. But this ad is for the art directors. So, what are we looking for in a mid-level art director? Good question.
what we would like to see
The ideal candidate would:
- Work as part of the creative team to develop ideas and solutions for clients. Projects could include marketing campaigns, video concepts, web design, collateral layout, banner ads, eblasts, print ads, packaging, signage, out-of-home, etc.
- Have five- to eight-years of experience as an art director
- Be fluent in all the expected programs – InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop
- Be conceptual – this is an idea position
- Video editing and motion graphics experience is a plus
- Have skills in digital design and pre-press production
- Great communication and organizational skills
- Solid attention to detail
- Not be a jerk (this is a must)
These are full-time positions, so if you think you’re the one, we’re looking forward to hearing from you.
HMH is a full-service creative marketing communications agency offering brand strategy, advertising, design, public relations, digital services and media planning/buying. We are united by our desire to apply creativity and smart thinking to everything we touch. We believe in the power of originality, strategy and, of course, fun!
HMH is a low-ego, full-service advertising and communications agency with a focus on working with brands who are helping to build the future of transportation. We are united by our desire to apply creativity and smart thinking to everything we touch. We believe in the power of originality, strategy and, of course, fun.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state, or local protected class.