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No Wukkas: Y&R San Francisco

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-Y&R’s Bay Area operation is seeking the perfect (or almost perfect) creative to fill a role at their “understaffed” office. The ad from Creative Hotlist reads as follows:

Description:
We’re hiring a creative. No capital there. We’re not hiring your department, your title, your position on the org chart. We’re hiring your talent, your experience, your savvy.

People who have directed art, written copy, and solved business problems creatively…that’s who we’re looking for to be a part of our understaffed, madly brilliant team.

The perfect candidate:
-3-6 years as a creative for an ad shop
-Digital. Obviously.
-Broadcast. Check.
-Food, soda, tech. All of ‘em.
-Radio. (Really?) Yeah, I’ve done it.
-Opinionated.
-Resourceful.
-Disruptive.

The almost perfect candidate:
-Most of the above.

You can apply directly on the Creative Hotlist site here.

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-Healthcare agency Cline Davis & Mann LLC is looking for a freelance Flash developer in Manhattan.

Responsibilities:
-Creating a variety of Interactive projects (including Web sites, CD-ROMs, and Custom Applications).
-Developing and reviewing solution architecture and functional specifications.
-Performing quality assurance testing on all projects.
- Consulting with art directors to ensure web constraints are followed with regards to interface design.
-Multitasking multiple complex initiatives simultaneously and maintaining deadlines and timelines.
-Working with project management to deliver on time and within budget.

Qualifications:
-3+ years of experience as a developer of interactive projects.
-BA/BS or equivalent work experience required.
-Expert knowledge of Flash, Flash Video Encoder and ActionScript 2.0 and 3.0.
- Fluent in HTML, JavaScript, DHTML, XML, CSS and Web 2.0 technologies.
-Self-motivated to explore new technologies, applications and environments.
-Team-player.
-Excellent attention to detail.

Apply here.

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