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45 Creative Tech Jobs at Companies You Love

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What did you want to be when you grew up? Did you want to work in a certain industry, like fashion, film, the arts, or maybe at a non-profit making the world a better place?

Growing up, I wanted to be a writer. And guess what? Tech skills got me there! How many people do you know who can say they’re doing what they always wanted to?

Regardless of what kind of work you’d like to be doing, a solid foundation of tech skills can open a ton of doors for you. Whether you want to work for a non-profit like Environmental Defense Fund, a lifestyle company like FitBit, a fashion brand like Michael Kors, or any of a host of other awesome companies, tech can make it happen!

Check out the 45 awesome creative tech jobs at amazing companies below. And if you’re totally new to tech, be sure to check out our amazing, FREE 10-day Coding Bootcamp.

1. Interaction Designer, FitBit (San Francisco)
What you’ll be doing: “…Create experiences that motivate, inspire and engage our users across our native mobile, web and desktop applications.”

2. Visual Designer, Brand, FitBit (San Francisco)
What you’ll be doing: “As part of our team, you’ll have the opportunity to grow your career, contribute your ideas to life-changing products and services, and—above all—have fun doing it.”

3. Art Director, FitBit (San Francisco)
What you’ll be doing: “This position works directly with the Creative Director, designers and other departments to concept and produce engaging, original and on-brand designs.”

4. Creative Director, Mashable Studios (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “The Creative Director will play a leadership role in creative concept development and direction. He or she will oversee the development and execution of our ideas and help us deliver breakthrough digital work for pioneering brands.”

5. Visual Designer, Hulu (Santa Monica, CA)
What you’ll be doing: “You must have a clear understanding of each facet of design process, including user experience, interaction design, research and usability, motion design, and brand integration.”

6. Social Media Manager (Originals), Hulu (Santa Monica, CA)
What you’ll be doing: “…The successful candidate will be on the forefront of bringing Hulu’s slate of original programming to market in the social and digital space. Candidate must be able to work effectively across many groups within the company, and have an uncanny command over the convergence of TV and social media.“

7. Social Media Strategist, Riot Games (Los Angeles)
What you’ll be doing: “You’ll establish and uphold best practices, develop and lead the adoption of tools, and shepherd the dankness of our memes across multiple product and regional teams.”

8. Brand Manager, Riot Games (Los Angeles)
What you’ll be doing: “As Brand Manager (Riot Brand), you’ll develop strategies, lead projects, and craft creative content that shares with the world who Riot is, what we do, and why we do what we do.”

9. Social Media Manager, BroadMic (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “The successful candidate will be passionate, curious and informed about the intersection of technology and entrepreneurship, an exceptional writer, and savvy in the use of digital media.”

10. Social Media Manager, Estee Lauder (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “Serves as voice of the brand to consumers, influencers and advocates in social media, acting as a key conduit to driving our social digital strategy and increasing earned media value.”

11. Director, Digital Media, Warner Bros (Burbank, CA)
What you’ll be doing: “The Director guides business leaders on key decisions to enhance, rebuild, consolidate, or discontinue digital tools that are no longer viable. The Director also serves a stewardship role, ensuring sustained quality product support, attentiveness to the client perspective, and maintaining a platform that adapts to ever-evolving technology and business needs.”

12. Web Producer/Website Writer, TMZ (Los Angeles)
What you’ll be doing: “We are seeking a Web Producer/Website Writer who will be responsible for conceiving, writing, and overseeing the production of various short-form, fact-based news stories.”

13. Digital Writer/Editor, Environmental Defense Fund (New York or Washington, D.C.)
What you’ll be doing: “The Digital Writer / Editor writes, edits, and publishes the content for the organization’s main website, edf.org. Working closely with the Digital Content Strategy team, he or she crafts the angles and tone that will most appeal to and engage our target audiences, primarily to attract and retain online donors.”

14. Communication Designer / Art Director, Facebook (Menlo Park, CA)
What you’ll be doing: “You must be comfortable working across many media. You’re a conceptual thinker who can bring your ideas to life in new and inspiring ways. You have a strong point of view on design. It shows in your writing, speaking and work.”

15. UX Designer, Express (Columbus, OH)
What you’ll be doing: “You will be responsible for designing the structure and flow of ecommerce and omni-channel experiences working in close collaboration with our engineering, product and creative teams to align on the design.”

16. Designer, Tumblr (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “Ideal candidates will be ready to work in a range of styles across various media, from printed matter to app assets. Experience collaborating with a close-knit team of designers is a must. Be prepared to own whole projects, which means organizing your work in a way anyone can use it.”

17. Email Graphic Designer, UNIQLO (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “The Email Graphic Designer will create images, graphics, HTML elements that support the UNIQLO Email programs. The Email Graphic Designer conceptualizes and creates graphic solutions for emails under the direction of the Director. The Email Graphic Designer is primarily responsible for developing creative design solutions from conception through implementation that translate and support UNIQLO’s brand strategy.”

18. Product Designer, Spotify (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “Collaborate with product owners and fellow designers to create and produce visual designs for Spotify’s features. Participate in regular brainstorming sessions, product reviews, and design talks. Work with exclusive brand photography and assets to create highly visible design collaborations.”

19. Apps & Visualization Designer, Spotify (New York, NY)
What you’ll be doing: “We are looking for an Apps & Visualization Designer to join Spotify’s global Analytics team. Analytics tackles complex, data-intensive research questions, builds data platforms and apps, and cultivates Spotify’s data-first culture. You will have a hand in building the world’s leading analytics organization.”

20. Product Designer, Time Inc (New York City Area)
What you’ll be doing: “A Product Designer for the Product Platform and UX Team at Time Inc will lead design and UX for our products across all brands, setting standards and providing data-driven examples to all our brands.”

21. UX Designer, NBCUniversal (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “The ideal candidate will thrive in a work environment that requires original thinking, strong problem solving skills, self-direction and collaboration with internal stakeholders and external clients.”

22. Integrated Social Media Coordinator, Michael Kors (Greater NYC Area)
What you’ll be doing: “Coordinate global support for integrated social media campaigns; work closely with internal teams and external partners to develop and execute social initiatives across multiple channels – ecommerce, email, etc.”

23. Assistant Manager – Brand Communications & Social Media, L’Oreal (New York, NY)
What you’ll be doing: “Manage & create content development calendar, ensuring messaging is consistent with marketing objectives; and implement all assets.
Create and manage all content working with internal departments and creative consultants.”

24. Marketing Coordinator, Bluefly (Greater NYC Area)
What you’ll be doing: “Coordinate weekly email schedule including calendar planning, creative briefing, creative requests, campaign set-up, testing, deployment and monitoring of email delivery. Contribute to and assist with the development of email projects, new promotional concepts as well as strategies for optimization.”

25. Social Media Strategist, Conde Nast (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “The role will lead and support key brand projects and innovation pilots designed to grow social audience, drive traffic to owned and operated sites and increase revenue from social channels.”

26. Designer, Product Strategy & Design, Conde Nast (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “The Designer will be responsible for solving complex design problems in collaboration with editorial, product, research, and technology teams, and should have extensive experience designing large-scale content sites and user-centric products and systems.”

27. Senior Product Designer, Medium (San Francisco)
What you’ll be doing: “You’ve designed and shipped mobile and web products. You enjoy both craft and deliberate, long-term system thinking. You worked with — maybe led — teams of designers.”

28. E-Commerce Manager, The Field Museum (Chicago, IL)
What you’ll be doing: “The E-Commerce Manager will be responsible for overseeing the profitable management of the online retail presence while conveying a consistent brand image.”

29. Content Marketing Manager, San Francisco Conservatory of Music (San Francisco)
What you’ll be doing: “…Will develop and manage a comprehensive content strategy and a wide array of marketing projects. The individual will have great digital content, publications, and social media instincts to help build and execute the Conservatory’s media strategy, driving engagement and organizational results.”

30. Sr. UI Designer, RetailMeNot (Austin, TX)
What you’ll be doing: “…You’ll be involved in everything from design concepts to mock-ups, user testing, prototyping, analysis and optimisation. Strong typography and layout skills are required, and an understanding of front-end development skills are a plus.”

31. Digital Marketing Manager, Marc Jacobs (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “A passionate, motivated and entrepreneurial digital marketing expert who can help develop and drive the overarching digital marketing strategies for Marc Jacobs that will optimize traffic and conversion for our digital properties and will support key brand initiatives.”

32. Senior Director, Digital Marketing, Tory Burch (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “Build global digital marketing strategy for Tory Burch. Drive objectives of brand awareness, acquisition, engagement, and revenue through digital media investments. Drive Innovation agenda including technology, partnerships and creative programs. Work with partners to execute high impact programs and drive results.”

33. Associate Web Designer, Tory Burch (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “The Associate Web Designer is responsible for assisting our design team to create a high quality, on-brand shopping experience for the Tory Burch customer, with a focus on our ready-to-wear and shoe categories.”

34. Director of Social Media, Tory Burch (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “The Director of Social Media is responsible for developing social media marketing/content strategies and executing campaigns for our global audience. This role will work in very close partnership with our social creative and editorial teams to drive the Tory Burch social footprint.”

35. Designer, Dollar Shave Club (Marina Del Rey, CA)
What you’ll be doing: “Designers at Dollar Shave Club are responsible for designing beautiful, simple, fun, hard-working interfaces to be used by millions of members every day on their computers and mobile devices. They work closely with UX Designers, Visual Designers, Motion Designers, Product Managers and Developers in a fun, collaborative and fast-paced environment where they concept, design, prototype, test, and iterate products until they meet our high standards of quality.”

36. Product Designer, Netflix (Los Gatos, CA)
What you’ll be doing: “Our designers are generalists who span multiple disciplines – user research, information architecture, ideation, prototyping, interaction design and visual design. We work with our end users to investigate, learn, ideate. Our small team of designers share ideas and get feedback from peers.”

37. Snapchat Visual Designer, Popsugar (Culver City, CA)
What you’ll be doing: “Bring to life POPSUGAR’s Snapchat and other social videos with engaging digital or physical designs and animations. Collaborate with producers to breakdown the elements of a story and recreate them in a visually engaging, mobile-first way.”

38. Content Marketing Production Coordinator, Houzz (Palo Alto, CA)
What you’ll be doing: “You should be very web savvy, with a good understanding of how search engines and online publishing work. You have experience in content writing, research and production; you are able to work independently, meet deadlines and prioritize tasks.”

39. Creative Director, United States Holocaust Museum (Washington, D.C.)
What you’ll be doing: “Leading the award-winning Marketing Creative team, the incumbent will ensure that the Division consistently delivers best-in-class, multi-platform, multimedia creative solutions that include (but are not limited to) print and digital products, graphic design, digital design, video, photography, and copywriting.”

40. Creative Director, The Honest Co. (Playa Vista, CA)
What you’ll be doing: “The Creative Director will serve as the principle creative lead and manage a team consisting of graphic, web, and packaging designers to amplify the company’s global brand and vision. The ideal candidate will showcase a proven design aesthetic, strong people management skills, and thought leadership to lead our creative efforts into the next version of Honest & Honest Beauty.”

41. Web Designer, Too Faced Cosmetics (Orange County, CA)
What you’ll be doing: “The Web Designer provides support to the E-Commerce/Digital Marketing team in developing and delivering web assets that support Too Faced Cosmetics business strategies and objectives.”

42. Social Media Community Coordinator, Filson (Seattle, WA)
What you’ll be doing: “As our Social Media Coordinator you are responsible for the care and feeding of all of our customers and potential customers who connect with us on social media channels. The job is a healthy mix of community management to ensure we’re responding to direct questions/comments and managing the platforms themselves.”

43. Web Designer, New York & Company (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “Work on the Ecommerce creative team in the production and design of consistently creating exciting and beautiful online user experiences for our Brand’s Ecommerce site.”

44. Associate Email Marketing Manager, The New York Times (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “The New York Times is looking for an associate email marketing manager to support email campaigns that drive subscription acquisition and improved retention. This position resides within the Media Management team, a centralized group of subject matter experts focused on key customer touch points: email, search, display and social.”

45. Assistant Manager, Email Marketing, Nine West Group (New York)
What you’ll be doing: “ This individual is responsible for execution and reporting of all email marketing campaigns and strategic email initiatives. This role also contributes to keeping the company current on email marketing best practices with regard to content strategies, data capture and campaign analysis, deliverability and CAN-SPAM compliance.”

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Cameron Chapman

Cameron is a staff writer here at Skillcrush, and spends most of her time writing and editing blog posts and Ultimate Guides. She's been a freelance writer, editor, and author for going on a decade, writing for some of the world's leading web design and tech blogs. When she's not writing about design, she spends her time writing screenplays and making films (and music videos for rock and metal bands!) in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.

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  1. Moonbeam08 Replied

    I appreciate these lists showing all of the great jobs available out there, but for 90% of these, if you don’t live in California or New York, you’re S.O.L.

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