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When did you start working for Radancy?
What is your current role and responsibilities?
Currently, I work as a Senior Art Director in the creative department. The creative team takes the employer brand strategy for each client and translates it into visuals that tell fresh, innovative stories across traditional and digital channels.
What does your department do?
The creative department creates employer brand strategies for Radancy's clients using storytelling and visual systems that inspire and engage candidates on all recruitment marketing channels like career websites, social media and traditional advertising.
What other roles have you had while at Radancy?
I've always worked within the Radancy creative department. However, creative covers many roles — sometimes you’re an illustrator, a photo retoucher, a graphic designer, a storyteller, a strategist, an animator, a digital artist, a director, a teacher — the creativity is endless.
What do you think is the best part about working at Radancy?
It is wonderful to work amongst such a diverse mix of disciplines — engineers, digital, creatives, sales and client services — all working together toward the same goals.
What would you tell candidates applying to Radancy?
If there is something you'd like to do, you could probably explore it at Radancy. There are endless resources and so many intelligent, gracious people here — they all have the ability to teach us something new.
What's one interesting fact about yourself that your coworkers don't know?
I write haikus about branding. It started as a thesis project and just kept going.