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Digital Marketing Designer

Who we are: 

Valence Media is comprised of Media Rights Capital, Dick Clark productions and The Billboard-Hollywood Reporter Media Group; Valence is also a minority investor in A24 and Fulwell73.  As a diversified media company, Valence Media has expertise in content creation, distribution, and monetization across premium television, wide-release film, specialty film, live entertainment, and digital media. Its core mission is to offer a unique environment to develop and attract great leaders through collaboration across platforms, professional development and learning, and a focus on building an industry-leading culture of inclusion, diversity, and safety. 

 

We are seeking a detailed and passionate Digital Designer to join the Creative Services team at our NYC Headquarters for renowned brands Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter, SPIN, Stereogum and VIBE.  The right candidate must love designing for music, pop culture and film, with forward-thinking user experiences that are intuitive and clean. This designer will be mainly working with the Marketing and Brand Partnerships team, focusing on pre-sale and post-sale graphics, many of which involve some of the biggest brand names in the market. The position will also require a jack/jill-of-all-trades to assist with product and brand graphics.  

  

Your work will be viewed by our highly captive audience that reaches millions of monthly viewers.  The position is fast-paced, often with quick turnarounds and revisions, so working efficiently is essential.  Each of our properties has a unique voice, so you must be able to toggle between aesthetics to represent each brand accurately. 

 

What you’ll do: 

  • Work with marketing team to visually bring pre sale and post sale programs to life through program logo design, custom branding graphics, and media mocks 
  • Create templatized keynote presentations for all marketing materials such as RFP responses, General Company Presentations and Custom Event Pitches 
  • Working with ad product team to stay up-to-date on all media products offered and create/manage templates that junior designers can work with in 
  • Create design executions across a variety of media including web, interactive, video, experiential and occasionally print 
  • Work closely with internal teams across the company such as video, marketing, and events 
  • Oversee entire programs from beginning to execution 
  • Jump into existing campaign creatives and maintain style guide and consistency of brand collateral across advertising units 
  • Crafting and polishing user experiences and interfaces such as ad campaigns and high-impact media 

Your experience and skills: 

  • 4-6 years designing beautiful digital graphics and experiences (we will want to see your portfolio) 
  • You’re a master of your design tools - mostly Adobe Creative Cloud -  so knowing your way around it is key 
  • Very comfortable working in keynote - experience in presentation design is a must  
  • A self -starter. Must be able to jump in on a program and get the ball rolling on your own 
  • You recognize the importance of typography 
  • You can articulate the voice / personality of your audience to others 
  • Familiarity of ad products from IABs to Rich Media Units - i.e.  to takeovers, overlays, banner ads, etc… 
  • You’re used to positively processing feedback, iterating and experimenting 
  • You follow design trends and have applied them somewhere on the web 
  • You know how to create memorable experiences on any device and multiple platforms (websites + social) 
  • People enjoy working with you 
  • You can deliver projects on tight deadlines when necessary 
  • General knowledge of HTML / CSS is a plus 

 

Valence Media places great emphasis on creating a safe, inclusive, and diverse work environment!  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

No Phone Calls. No agencies please.

Due to the volume of resumes that we receive, only those candidates selected for consideration will be contacted.

Valence Media is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, medical condition (including genetic characteristics), mental and/or physical disability or handicap, marital status, sex, age, veteran status, citizenship status, sexual orientation, gender identity, political party preference, political belief, socioeconomic status, familial status, registered domestic partner status, military service, pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions and any other characteristic or activity protected by federal, state or local law

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