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As part of the team, your role will be to work closely with the Senior Editor to assembling raw material into a finished product suitable for online/broadcast.
The materials you work with may consist of raw camera footage, dialogue, sound effects, gameplay footage, graphics and special effects. This is a key role in the post-production process and the editor's skill can determine the quality and delivery of the final product.
VFX skills will also be required when creating or developing graphical elements from the creative department, such as animated supers, graphical transitions and animations. The Junior Editor/VFX Op will be part of a team and they will usually work closely with the director or creative lead to achieve the desired end result. In addition to creating work for online/broadcast use there will be a requirement to create presentation documents such as mood films or animatics as part of the agency pitch process.
The ICHI Junior Producer/Project Manager is responsible for producing creative campaigns spanning Digital, Social, TV, Trailers, Print, Branding, and Experiential.
The ideal candidate exudes "can do" attitude and coolness under pressure, with the ability to (smoothly) run and deliver projects on-time, and on budget.
Your role will be to organise the creative studio and manage client accounts. You will ensure projects are delivered to clients in an efficient and timely manner. You will be expected to maintain the professionalism and quality of the ICHI brand both internally and externally at all times.
With the ICHI company model being highly collaborative and teamwork-driven, you will likely experience a range of responsibilities within the agency, and will be expected to assist with various projects and work where required. This will help with development and give the opportunity to gain a wide range of skills while working at ICHI.
Assist with the schedule for the studio, managing their diaries and making sure that everyone knows what they are doing and when. This will also involve booking freelancers and/or crew.
Liaising with third parties over permissions and creative instruction.
Making sure the server is organised and master files are backed up and correctly labelled.
Work with the accounts team to make sure suppliers are paid correctly and in a timely fashion. You will also be responsible for making sure invoices are submitted to clients on time.
Keep track of project budgets and make sure that there is no overspend.
Communicate effectively with senior team members in order to receive and pass on feedback, allowing for efficient and effective project development.
Attend client meetings and brief and take useful, concise notes that can be relayed to other members of staff.
Communicate effectively and politely with internal members of staff and clients.
Manage ICHI website and social channels by working closely with the studio and uploading regular posts (training provided).
Develop a keen eye for detail throughout all areas of work and when providing quality assurance for client-facing assets.
Manage projects with tight deadlines by communicating with the correct members of staff and seeking advice from senior creatives on best practice.
Report back at regular intervals on progress of projects to the Creative Director.
The ICHI Art Director role combines experience, creativity, and versatility to create gold-standard, innovative campaigns for Digital, Social, TV, Trailers, Print, Branding, and Experiential.
You will contribute to the development of the company’s projects as an individual and as part of an art director/copywriter team. You will work across disciplines, with outstanding design and Photoshop skills, but also have the ability to translate your design flare to motion using Premiere + After Effects.
Creative conceptualisation of client campaigns, and deliverables across all media and disciplines including Design and Advertising for Print, TV, Trailer & Digital
Communicate and present concepts and information in a concise and professional manner whether in a verbal, written or visual context
Oversee Projects from initial ideas through to final artwork/production with the aid of Production staff
For TV/Trailer Campaigns prepare detailed storyboards showing sequence and timing of story development for television production
Effectively time manage yourself
Constantly report back on progress of projects to Creative Director
When required work as a team with, Photographers, Illustrators, Other Designers, Account Managers, Website Designers and Marketing Specialists, TV Producers & Directors