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We're Hiring

by Graham Sykes,

Posted on the 15/12/2017

A new job for the new year?

Thanks to a hectic few months and a number of new account wins, we are looking
to recruit a number of key staff in key roles in the new year.

The roles will be split across all our core functions:

  • Account Management
  • Youth & Education Engagement
  • Creative & Digital Design

Available positions: 

  • Account Manager
  • Creative Digital Designer
  • Creative Executive (Film) Potentially available as placement
  • Creative Executive (Graphics) Potentially available as placement
  • Marketing Manager
  • Youth & Education Engagement Manager
    (All job description packs can be downloaded below)

We are looking for talented people who believe in our cause and have the skills and expertise to help our clients engage their products with young people.

You don’t have to be young to work here, but you need to have an appreciation of what it takes to communicate in ways that can change behavior or persuade teens to try a new product or service. As a family-friendly and flexible employer we would be happy to consider offering the roles on a part-time or job share basis for the right candidate.

We work with some of the biggest organisations in the UK. The FA, Sports Leaders UK, Canal & River Trust, Centrepoint and Solicitors Regulation Authority have all relied on our unique approach to improving their youth engagement.

If you would like any further information please email here.

Closing date for applications is 31 January 2018.

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