Art Director

Posted Feb 29th, 2016, offered

We believe in cities in which all people are enabled to embrace the full potential of urban life. That is why we are committed to creating mobility solutions that fully connect people to the city. After obtaining several million USD in funding from German and Silicon Valley investors, we launched our first product, an electric scooter with portable batteries, in 2014.

We are a collective of smart creative individuals from all over of the world - and are constantly on the lookout for like-minded people to join us.

As our Art Director, you are empowered to bring a strong brand at the intersection of technology and lifestyle to life and define the public face of unu!

YOUR PROFILE/EXPERIENCE

Storytelling/Concept Creation/Brand Communication
Digital Design (e.g. social media, website assets, newsletter, digital ads)
Print Design (e.g. brochures)
Art direction (Collaboration with photographers & videographers)
Copywriting is not required, but a plus!
Worked 3 or more years with e-commerce companies, ideally with startup
Management (built and managed communication design teams before, able to autonomously handle and execute frequent design requests from the team)

YOUR ROLE AT UNU

Build, foster and efficiently manage a world-class communication design team
Collaborate with the CXO to foster and constantly evolve our Design Language with the Communication Design Guidelines
Work with multiple teams in the company to create the communication design across all touch points (Marketing, Sales, Web, etc) - from concept ideation to asset creation.
If you become part of the unu team, you will get to enjoy the benefits of a family-like team, a beautiful office in at the Factory Berlin in Kreuzberg, company shares and an attractive salary.

Please add your portfolio and ideally point out projects for each of the areas of required experience (Digital, Print, Art Direction, etc).

I'm looking forward to hearing from you!


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