Location: USA, Remote
At TimeLooper, we bring historical moments to life. We create immersive and interactive platforms and experiences for museums, historic sites, public lands, non-profits, and tourism organizations, allowing people to experience places and relive events in a deeply connected and emotional way. End users are transported to the past through augmented reality and 360 VR experiences that can be accessed through any number of platforms, including Apple, Google, Unity, and even the Web.
Our team consists of a diverse group from around the globe. We think differently, have a passion for what we do and extend that to exploring the world around us. We are highly collaborative, entrepreneurial and fun and believe in fostering a culture of ownership, innovation, learning and fast-paced growth. We are looking for a creative and dedicated individual who will fit with our collaborative culture. The job requires some overtime hours, especially around project deadlines or meetings across time zones. Sometimes, however, work doesn’t feel like work at all. A trip to the Grand Canyon, a Civil War Battlefield or a civil rights site better than a day at the desk? You bet!
If you enjoy working with other professionals who believe in creating innovative products, we encourage you to apply.
As demand for TimeLooper’s products and services grow, so too do the number of projects. With tight timelines, multi-functional teams spanning multiple time zones and exacting clients, TimeLooper is in need of individuals to support expanded production capacity.
TimeLooper is now accepting applications for the role of creative associate. The role of Associate Creative is critical to developing compelling and immersive user experiences. The Associate Creative must fully understand and appreciate the range of storytelling tools at their disposal, understand the client’s narrative and experiential goals, and then marry the two to design a world-class customer experience.
You will report directly to the Creative Director and collaborate daily with persons of varying levels of seniority across the company, including principals as well as team members in the creative, technology, and design departments.
Most importantly, success in this role will result in the opportunity to take on increased responsibility and ownership to self-solve new issues as the company grows.
Associate Creative Director will work alongside the Creative Director to develop design concepts and directions for multiple project engagements at a time. This will require them to make conceptual and stylistic decisions. Creating interpretive approaches, visual approaches, and mockups may be required to illustrate their design idea to other members of the team or management.
Associate Creative Director will oversee multiple design projects at one time. This will include creating cross-functional, cross-departmental teams, creating timelines, overseeing design direction, ensuring all deadlines are met, confirming Principals are satisfied with the results and troubleshooting any issues that may arise during the duration of the project. They also act as quality control for their projects by reviewing and editing their team’s final products before distribution of any materials occur to both senior management and external clients.
Every client is unique as is their story. Associate Creative Director will become a subject matter expert on each client topic, be it climate change, the American Revolution, or contemporary art, to ensure full understanding of the underlying topic to enable him / her to effectively adjudicate creative decisions. They must be able to recognize their client’s intended audience and the best strategies and mediums for engaging said population. They must also be aware of what competitors are doing in order to create innovative and new designs and concepts.
Bachelor’s degree in history, american studies, communications, or other relevant fields.
A minimum of 2 years’ experience developing creative solutions, possibly including as full-time or seasonal interpreter, exhibition designer, or museum educator.
A solid understanding of AR, VR, MR and other digital engagement tools is a plus but not required.
Brilliant interpersonal and communication skills.
Must thrive is a chaotic environment with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
Must be a team player.
Must be a creative and strategic thinker.
This is a full-time position, exempt position.
Job Type: Permanent
Salary: Commensurate with Experiences
USA, Remote (via Zoom)
2 years of combined experience.
Bachelor's degree from a 4-year university
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