The Senior Creative Strategist reports directly to the Director of Creative Strategy. This role is responsible for leading TH Experiential's people-first experiential strategy development and delivering creative concepts that consistently deliver value for brands, products and their audiences. Our ideal candidate is passionate about creative strategy and experiential marketing, possessing an insatiable, curious, people-first mindset that will help TH drive experiential innovation and transformation for our clients. TH fosters this type of creativity by rethinking, reimagining and re-engineering typical consumer experiences. We're obsessed with the strategy, ideation development, execution and measurement of live brand experiences. Fueled with positivity, we never settle for less than the best and show up everyday with the drive to challenge ourselves and exceed expectations. This means you will... Develop creative strategies with the goal of bringing brands objectives to life through multi-sensory experiences, conversations, connections and highly engaging moments in people's lives. Crafts compelling concepts, storytelling, and messaging that resonates deeply with the audience and reflective of what they want, need, and are culturally interested in. Make TH designed experiences the ones that help a brand stand out in the marketplace and acquire new, retain existing, and re-engage lapsed customers. TH Senior Creative Strategist Key Responsibilities: Partner with the Account Leads to ensure the RFP/briefs include the necessary strategic marketing information, insights and data to truly inform both the experiential and consumer journey for all projects Distill the brief to truly understand both the client and their audiences' needs, messaging, KPI's, and experiential objectives Research insights, looking for opportunities and whitespace for our clients Prepare creative brainstorms by framing problems, come up with territories to explore, facilitate the sessions, and keep the team inspired and energized in coming up with ideas and solutions Synthesize brainstorm outcomes, evaluate and prioritize creative development by: value to audience, value to brand and alignment with brand's budget and capabilities Distribute the experiential objectives to all Strategy/Design teams on project to inform the deck development Lead team brainstorms to inform the development of the experiences and environments in close synergy Develop experiences with the goal of connecting the consumer emotionally to the brand and inspiring them to become brand advocates Test designs by prototyping/bodystorming to inform the iterative process: build it, test it, refine it. Validate the emotive state and value exchange across all channels/touchpoints to ensure final product is relevant Create client deliverables (proposal deck, white paper, mood boards), using key insights, that deliver on client goals and objectives Research potential venues, locations, events and sponsorship opportunities as necessary Work with the Creative Strategy team to develop comprehensive ideas that parallel accurate budgets and execution strategies Partner with Account lead and Production lead to insure final proposal meets client needs and production logistics/budget Collaborate with Director of Creative Strategy to insure the work exhibits thought leadership and has forward thinking strategic value Co-pitch deck to client with the Director of Creative Strategy See assigned proposals through into Production, providing creative support via dcor packages and on-site styling as necessary Work with Production/Sales teams to create post-project recaps and sales materials as assigned Update and track new and existing RFPs in real-time using the company's project management system Exhibit thought leadership: stay abreast of cultural and industry trends through competitive, category and vendor research Qualifications 5+ years integrated marketing experience in a creative strategy role Demonstrated track-record of taking big picture ideas and concepts and transforming them into physical, people-centric experiences People-first design mentality - Design Thinking, UX, Service Design a plus Prior experience with creative strategy/proposal copywriting and deck building Exceptional written and verbal communication skills Exceptional organization and attention to detail Mastery of presentation software, such as PowerPoint, Keynote, InDesign with proficiency in Excel, Photoshop Public Presentation skills What We Offer: At TH, we foster an inspired, creative and collaborative environment with a group of diverse, talented individuals who have conceptualized, designed and produced some of the most talked-about, award-winning experiential campaigns throughout our 13+ year history, topping Event Marketer's IT List again in 2019. Health, dental and vision insurance 401K with employer match Competitive salary plus bonus & commission Generous vacation policy Work-from-home days Dog-friendly office environment Unlimited healthy snacks, cold brew, and seltzer Access to professional development tools Work-friendly health/wellness policy Become part of our tight-knit community and attend creative/industry events, regular team outings, and celebrations in the office. WHO WE ARE. We are a PEOPLE-FIRST agency creating PEOPLE-FIRST experiences. In a rapidly shifting landscape where the relationship between people and brands is ever changing, we challenge ourselves to evolve how they connect by r e-imagining and re-engineering the future of shared experiences . We collaborate with brands to tell their stories in a way that resonates emotionally with their audience, and delivers experiences that add real value to their lives. Internally, we put our people first in all we do. 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