One of the benefits of working at a growing agency is that we’re always on the lookout for talent. So if you have a healthy amount of grit, believe in the power of sweat equity, and are hungry to be a part of something more enriching than your typical nine-to-five, we want to see if you have the mettle to match any of our open positions. Even if it’s not a spot-on match, email us your resume and explain how you think you could make a difference here. We’ll keep your info on file for six months and contact you if something opens up that may be a good fit.
We’re driven to create authentic work that matters to us and empowers our clients. But that level of awesome is only possible if we’re equally committed to creating a genuine work-life balance, where the job doesn’t prohibit our ability to have meaningful personal and family lives. The result isn’t always 50-50. Rather, it has really evolved into a unique work-life integration.
Not too long ago, when employees talked about benefits, they meant two things: healthcare coverage and retirement packages. And while the modern workforce expects a lot more, WhiteSpace remains competitive in these areas with:
Having fun, making a difference, celebrating each other and creating meaningful connections are all employee perks that have become core to the WhiteSpace culture. Want more specifics? Ok, here it goes:Casual dress and relaxed atmosphere
WhiteSpace also offers group tours and individual shadowing opportunities for area students interested in learning about our agency, specific roles and the industry in general. While brief (usually about two hours), these casual meet-and-greets provide a good picture of what our creative professionals do every day.
Want to know more about what it’s like to work at WhiteSpace? Follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook, or email your request to Jen Snider, VP of Talent Development.
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