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Copy Supervisor

Copy Supervisor

Job ID 
2017-9314
Location 
US-NY-New York
Category 
Copy
Company  
CDM New York

About this job

Overview

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Title: Copy Supervisor

 

Department/Discipline: Copy

 

Company/Location: CDM NY / New York

 

Core Competencies: Customer Focus, Interpersonal Savvy, and Creativity

 

Overview: The Copy Supervisor (CS) is responsible for brainstorming ideas, developing concepts and producing brand specific messaging for print and digital deliverables on assigned brands while overseeing the junior members of the copy team. The Copy Supervisor is a lead member of a cross functional team dedicated to creating work aligned with client’s brand strategy and CDM’s creative vision.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with cross functional partners to create novel and original work in a variety of mediums for a variety of audiences; both online and offline
  • Develop a refined understanding of the brand, category and overall marketplace
  • Leverage effective presentation skills to persuade internal and external clients to execute work that exceeds basic requirements of the brief
  • Oversee tone, style, structure and voice of all content, based on brand strategy, client expectation and creative brief
  • Manage direct reports (Interns, Copywriters, Senior Copywriters) in their efforts to research, conceptualize and write original content
  • Manage and mentor direct reports guiding their overall development and skills in line with CDM creative group standards
  • Coordinate resources (staff and freelance) ensuring all deliverables are met
  • Lead CDM group and creative team initiatives as appropriate
  • Coach and develop direct report(s) by creating individual development plans, providing on the job learning and ensuring attendance at relevant SSCGU courses
  • Participate in all management courses offered by SSCGU, as assigned
  • Support and/or lead team or agency initiatives as assigned

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in advertising, communications or journalism and/or coursework related to Pharmaceutical advertising or life sciences is preferred, not required
  • Portfolio containing work samples that demonstrate strong conceptual abilities, creative thinking, and exceptional writing skills
  • Strong academic achievement combined with campus leadership and/or community involvement
    Previous internship within the advertising industry or related field; pharmaceutical advertising exposure is preferred, not required
  • Able to multi-task in a fast paced environment while functioning as a member of a highly collaborative team
  • Basic understanding of digital communications and media channels preferred
  • Superior written and verbal communication skills with the ability to receive and assimilate critical feedback
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office