Hot Job: Creative Director for Coca-Cola


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The position: Senior creative director for Coca-Cola (Stock Quote: KO)

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Job duties: The creative director will serve as managing editor for a new quarterly print and online publication. This person will manage all aspects of the publication, including editorial content, graphic design, photo and video features and Web design. He or she also develops presentations for senior management to deliver to external audiences and manages communications with employees through publications, events, speeches and videos.

The company: Coca-Cola is the world's largest non-alcoholic beverage company. The company operates in more than 200 countries and employs more than 92,000 workers.

Requirements: This position requires bachelor's degree plus five years of related work experience, with the ability to manage projects to ensure successful delivery on time and within budget and to establish clear goals and accountability. Candidates must have knowledge of formats and requirements of specialized writing styles (such as speeches, news releases and Web content) and must also have knowledge of procedures for public relations and communications strategy development, planning and execution.

Extra perks: The company offers adoption assistance, tuition reimbursement and a scholarship fund for dependent children of employees. There is also a matching gifts program, and telecommuting or flex time for some positions.

Interesting info: The company currently makes more than 3,300 beverage products, including juices, sports drinks, energy drinks, coffees and water.

Other opportunities: Coca-Cola is also seeking a sustainability communications manager, an associate food scientist an attraction manager and a design manager. In addition, they have openings for forklift operators, shipping and receiving coordinators and production operators.

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