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The Source jobs board: Sony Pictures

Sony Pictures is looking to hire a vp product and marketing creative to be responsible for the management of all licensed product design, assets and licensing style guides for Silvergate Media’s portfolio of kids brands.

The role is London-based, reporting to the evp commercial. Occasional travel to the New York office will be required, especially in the first year.

The successful candidate will provide brand guardianship for all Silvergate licensed products and will have direct management of creative approvals from concept to finished product.

They will also work to develop new style guides for licensing and brand partners, plus create design direction, mood boards and working files for licensees.

For full details on the role – and to apply – simply click on this link.

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