CJRW is looking for an experienced production artist to be part of our creative team. The applicant must have a keen eye for detail and a practiced mix of creative and technical know-how. The position includes prepress work for both print and digital projects. Preflight formatting using Adobe InDesign is the largest part of the job, in addition to collecting, processing, checking and uploading files. Applicant will also be responsible for print project estimations – working closely with account executives, creative directors and vendors to price, troubleshoot and deliver agency projects.
This position as CJRW Travel & Tourism Account Executive requires at least four years of sales/marketing/public relations/advertising agency experience or related experience in a communications environment. The successful applicant will be responsible for selling advertising in various print, digital and broadcast products, meeting sales goals, generating new business, providing account management, administration and strategical support for a variety of clients in the tourism industry. Daily contact with clients is an essential part of the job and, as such, managing multiple client projects in a timely manner. The successful candidate would be able to commit to 25% of their week in their assigned territory.
CJRW’s Little Rock office is seeking an interactive developer to help create work for some of the region’s most influential brands and organizations. The ideal candidate for this role must be conceptual, collaborative and have a passion for creative website development. The candidate should also possess a strong desire to learn new technologies. Day-to-day work includes conceiving creative and innovative solutions for CJRW clients and bringing those ideas to life. An ideal candidate would have advanced knowledge of modern development methods.
Depending on your age and how early you adopted the internet, it’s possible that every online search you’ve ever done was a Google search. In fact, before you did that search, you probably said something like “one sec, let me google it.” This year, as Google celebrates its 21st birthday, it represents 9.2 of every 10 online searches worldwide.
Last week, CJRW was named one of the state’s “Best Places to Work” by Arkansas Business. We are delighted by the honor and owe a debt of gratitude to the men and women who share their talent everyday to make our agency what it is. Congratulations, CJRW, and keep up the good work! Here’s a little more about what it’s like to work at Third and Main.
For project managers in the advertising world, earning your CAPM (Certified Associate in Project Management) is like getting your black belt. Scott Mosley, CJRW’s Senior Project Manager, recently earned this prestigious certification from the Project Management Institute, a global association with more than 700,000 members in 207 countries.