Middleweight Investigative Creative
£25,000 - £30,000 + bonus + pension + 27 days holiday + free on-site gym
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Dyson is rapidly expanding; in its new and core categories, and across all of its global markets. The next four years are going to be Dyson’s biggest and busiest yet. By 2020, there will be 100 new machines, 4 new product portfolios and Dyson’s headcount will have doubled. With this pace of growth, these ambitious plans, and the complexities of global expansion, it is natural that Dyson is now thinking about the best ways to organise itself and manage its exciting new product ranges to best effect.
‘New Product Communications Strategy Team’ is the first of the three core teams. Its central role is to research, design and develop messaging and creative direction (selling approach) for new and existing Dyson products, then transfer this output to the second of the core teams - the Campaigns and Infrastructures Team – for interpretation into fully integrated campaigns.
You must develop an aptitude for analysing test observations and data and learn to turn them into insights; turn insights into creative direction. You must have an eye for detail, and obsess over accuracy. You must be a Dyson Ethos and Visual Identity expert, with a complete understanding of our identity guidelines.
A self-starter with a competitive attitude and have a fascination with science and product engineering, a strong eye for art and design – love of ‘products’ and an ability to capture and evangelise over every improvement, feature and benefit. Comfortable with ‘failure’ in the context of multiple iterations of testing and learning. Able to simplify visual communications to distilled elegance, and knows when to use graphic wit (and when not).
Excellent graphic design skills. Good composition and layout – able to balance words, pictures and negative space. Strong typographical skills with an inherent understanding of using typefaces, weights, leading, line breaks, punctuation to create communication hierarchy and emphasis. You'll be comfortable briefing writers, art directors, photographers, and film makers to deliver the right content, pace, tone, meaning. Especially when working quickly in a fast paced, ambiguous environment.
Highly motivated and collaborative – taking ownership of your part of a project but at the same time being objective and responsive to feedback in what can be a devil’s advocate, challenge led environment. You'll possess a good understanding of variety of production processes – how to influence creatives, how and when to engage producers, typical time, quality and cost constraints. Excellent interpersonal skills, allowing you to work with a broad variety of specialist creative, engineering and marketing people in a spirit of collaboration and teamwork.