We’re always looking for talent…
but there are no openings at present.
Unfortunately. No current career openings for editors, producers, admins, voiceover talent, beekeepers, jackanapes, fluffers or CEOs. We outsource PR, media planning and buying, market research and event planning, so if those careers match your skill set, kindly look elsewhere.
This doesn’t mean our needs won’t change eleven minutes from now when we land the El Biggo account; send us your résumé, a link to your online portfolio, and/or the answer to life’s persistent questions. Please refrain from following your résumé with phone calls “to make sure it arrived.” (It did.) By the way, if you’re a graphic or web professional, and you don’t have an online portfolio, don’t contact us until you evolve. I mean hey. The days of lugging your book from agency to agency is so last millennium, like Hammer pants, landlines, and jello shots.
There’s always, however, an opening for a… Client.
Ah, that’s a great job title. Don’t just sit on your marketing budget; join us as a client. You would participate on an insightful strategic team, get anchored creativity, build your brand — and be a hero as you increase the value of your company. Plus you’d get to say nifty stuff like “Gosh, you guys sure are swell!” Clients should e-mail The Big Cheese who actually is, we blush to reveal, swell.
By the way, we filter potential clients using three criteria: Brains, Bravery, Budget. If you have even one, we’re interested. If you have two, we’re eager. All three? G’wan. Don’t kid a kidder.
We always need talent, especially in marketing, graphic design, web design, art direction, animation and video. Send us a link to your online portfolio. Or see our intimidating Creativity Test. (Say, InTimi-Dating could be a new reality TV show concept. 12 guys named Tim on a deserted island – that is, deserted except for two film crews and a craft services van – lust after a bachelorette who’s secretly dealing with fear of tarantulas. Grand Prize, cool internship. Hmm. Maybe not.) The most talented interns have a way of going from unpaid beginners to indispensable superstars.