We’re always interested to meet new people.
Because of the way we work, personality and temperament can be as important as experience and education. We don't like hierarchies, we don't like rules, and we don't like ‘that's not my department’.
We don't have fixed working hours, we only work on deliverables and deadlines. You just take the time that you need.
So what are we looking for? Dedication, curiosity, optimism, energy, intelligence, diversity, and willingness to go the extra mile.
So if that sounds vaguely like you please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
We'd love to hear from you and, even if we don't have a space right now, tomorrow will be here before you know it.
Here are some things you should know that capture the spirit of who we are, how we work, and what makes us different.
1. Enjoy yourself
This is the first rule. We want each and every one of us to have fun while we're working on projects. In our experience the best work is done when we enjoy the process.
2. Declaration of Independence
Our purpose is to be free while we work. No set working hours. As much holiday as you need. An environment where you feel safe, supported and free to be yourself. It’s your life and we’d like you to bring as much of it as possible with you to work.
3. All for one
High five! If you get the anime reference here. Being part of a team means you succeed and fail together. It means trusting one another, and being brave enough to seek out feedback. It means valuing mistakes as chances to learn and grow. That’s what teams are all about.
4. Deep, vivid, selfless
Deep understanding, vivid imagination and selfless partnership. In our experience the best clients are looking for these three things. As much as humanly possible we try to work with these three qualities in mind.
5. Talent over titles
We’re not keen on titles. We look for what you can contribute. We have team members who do not have a college degree but kickass at what they do.
6. Reality Check
There’s a whole world out there, beyond the bubble that we work in. That’s where we want the impact of our work to be felt so we try to bring as much of it into our thinking as we can.
7. Look after yourself
We want you to be at your best. Do what you need to, to make sure your energy levels and all your other levels are where you want them to be. We play badminton together and we go to live concerts. Each to their own.
8. Write new rules
You’ll see lots of ways for us to do things better - please don’t keep them to yourself. Your ideas are why you’re here and we want to hear them.