is to get your portfolio in shape. Pick the work you’re really proud of and that reflects your personality, and think about how you can stand out from everyone else who applies – remember, we get a fair few requests.
is to send us a PDF of your work along with your CV and a cover letter. Please don’t just send us a link to your personal website. We need to see everything in front of us. If you have won any awards, let us know.
Remember to include the dates you are available in your application, ideally giving us a range of dates. Finally, send your email to the appropriate email address:
For London – firstname.lastname@example.org
For New York – email@example.com
For Singapore – firstname.lastname@example.org
is the boring bit: waiting. We get an awful lot of applications, so please be patient. If we like what we see, we’ll find you. If you don’t hear from us, don’t lose heart, and try again in the future.
Please note that we currently only consider placements for people who have finished or are in the last year of their studies at university or college, and who have attended an appropriate course in design or writing. Don’t worry if you’re a bit young yet or haven’t finished your studies – we’ll be around for a while.
We are committed to a policy of treating all our employees and job applicants equally. In fact, we believe that recruiting and developing a diverse workforce is essential to our success. So, we welcome applications from people whatever their age, sexual orientation, race, colour, religion, disability, nationality, ethnic origin, political belief, trans-gender status, sex or marital status.
We post all of our vacancies on Instagram and LinkedIn, so make sure you follow us to get up-to-date news of our opportunities. Like most companies these days, we may check out your social media footprint like Linkedin, Facebook and Instagram as part of our recruitment process in order to learn a little more about you.