What kind of work would I be doing?
Like any job, it varies: we feel the work that we do is absolutely fascinating, and enables us to see parts of the world (and parts of organisations) that very few get to see. That being said, it’s not always possible to work on the most interesting projects all of the time: but you’ll definitely learn, a lot, consistently and build extremely close relationships with our clients. Your day to day would generally fall into a few different areas:
You’d be travelling a lot, but usually based at our office in London’s Soho – a busy, vibrant part of the city adjacent to large firms like Twitter and Warner Brothers.
What's the application process?
We’re initially taking CV applications and submissions until:
Monday 30th September
After that date, we’ll be getting in touch with a number of individuals to take forward to a first round of interviews and a remote assessment. From that point, we’ll then conduct face-to-face interviews and a more comprehensive assessment and presentation to identify the successful candidate. Every individual that gets to the final assessment phase will be automatically considered for future positions. The assessments will be designed to test your ability to absorb new information, scope out a problem, devise a solution and present it confidently and convincingly using writing, graphic design and any other skills you can muster to convince us of the merits of your chosen approach. We’ll also take time in the process for you to get to know our team.
How do I apply?
It’s always frustrating to fill out a long, detailed, job-specific assessment for a position and then never hear back. We’ve decided that for our first stage a CV/resume is absolutely fine, as this will give us a good starting point to understand your background and experiences which could be relevant for the role. A lot of our job involves developing good looking, easy to read documents which our clients will use in the middle of a crisis – so the way you present your CV/resume information is important to us, so don’t be afraid to try a new approach to get our attention. We don’t use resume scanning systems which penalise one CV/resume format over another – humans will read every one. You can submit this using the email address below – but be sure to include your current contact information!
We’re looking forward to meeting you.