I was interviewed by the creative dept at an agency and am set to have another call with their HR tomorrow (I imagine for an offer). The tricky part is that another agency said they’d interview me this week. I’d much rather work at the second agency. How do I navigate this? Do I stall the first agency? How long can I delay accepting? Do I try to speed up the process at the second? Do I mention I already have an offer elsewhere? I much prefer the second but don’t wanna ruin my chance at the first
Sr. Cw / ACD level creative interviewing with agencies that are looking for teams (at both levels). Anyone on the art side interested? DM your book
Is there such thing as too much ass kissing in a job interview? Or everyone likes for the interviewee to do their research and act like they would really like to work for the company and the creative director they are interviewing with?
I’m at a subset of a big name agency, but not getting the opportunity to work on projects with a high level of creativity. I’m in interviews with a pretty much non-recognized agency but I would be getting to do much more creative work. Would you: hold it out at the big name agency and keep pressing for projects? Or make a move to the place where you’ll get to make more work.
Looking for Accenture info! Interviewing at Accenture in two areas next week: Account Manager Creative and Brand Marketing and Content Experience Manager at Accenture Interactive The former sounds exactly like what I do now at an ad agency but on the in house agency team with Accenture being the “client”. Lots of execution work. The latter is more about answering RFPs for existing clients and developing some strategy and like 30% execution. I’m leaning toward the CEM role. (Cont. in comments)
Thinking of applying to a role at Verizon. Yea / nay? Does anyone know what it's like? And who to reach out to for creative roles? 🙏🏻
POC creative interviewing at an agency in Portland. I actually never knew about how white Portland is, (around 80% white) until I did some research. I’m used to pretty diverse cities like LA/NY/CHI. Any POCs living/working in agencies in Portland share your thoughts?
Has anyone interviewed with Creative X (Facebook/Instagram’s in-house)? Any tips you can share? Or any insider knowledge of what it’s like working there?
Recent grad. Interviewing for positions in a competitive creative field. I get past two rounds of interviews and today I get an email they want 2-3 references. I’m curious why they’d ask now but on top of that I don’t have any references besides my old professor. What do I do ??
I interviewed with one of those west coast tech companies, building a creative dept. I was mostly just poking around to see if they’d do permanent WFH. They won’t. But then they got to asking about my salary request. For the first time, I said “Ya know, I have to think about the role. Have they narrowed down a salary band?” Holy crap, I would have shorted myself by like $50k-$70k Always push for the salary band! Make them put their cards on the table.
Help! Applying to a job and one of the only real requirement is to show how I’m “adept at understanding client needs, and designing and implementing creative solutions”. My issue is I work in risk advisory and most of our client engagements don’t actually involve implementation. We usually present our findings and recommendations and move on. What’s the best way I can tackle this? I’m coming up blank and the deadline is soon.
I have been recruited by Amazon as Creative & Campaign Manager. I don’t know if I will pass all the interviews but I am wondering if this is a good time to jump in a Big Tech taking into consideration that I will probably be promoted to Senior Consultant in a few months Deloitte Deloitte Digital I don’t know if the game is worth the candle
I’m unemployed and just got offered a job at an in-house agency for a big client. My main goal is not in-house whatsoever. I want to work at a great creative agency and have had interviews with some awesome places lately but no luck with getting hired. Is it a bad move to just take the job for now and keep looking? Maybe freelance where I can and fill out the book? Would having in house briefly on my resume hurt my chances? I’d wait it out but I barely have any cushion to hold me over.
We have a few open positions - anywhere from entry level to 5-6 years of experience for analytics professionals. Job is in Chicago, although we are remote now. Join a team that is applying cutting edge techniques in applying quant thinking in the creative space!!!
Help! Interview questions to expect in a creative director role? And what is desired besides being able to manage teams and present to client?
Creative moving to strategy here: I am in my 3rd round of interview with an agency for a strategy role, meanwhile one of the biggest tech companies contacted me for a creative role, interview went well. I am a creative who’s been trying to move into strategy for a while, this could be my ice break to the strategy side, or going back to creative, which I felt there’s not much to grow, but with a bigger company name on my resume. What would you choose?
What are some examples of good questions to ask at the end of a PM interview? -for a creative agency
Two interviews with the creative leaders of the agency. Great energy, aligned on the agency’s vision, excitement for the portfolio. Follow-up email of the recruiter: they really like you but they pass this time! This one stings...it really does!
First year copywriter. Was furloughed during Covid. Had an interview today with an agency that works mostly with the health and medical fields. The interview went well, but I’ve heard that medical copywriting is a creative death sentence. Does it make sense to take this job just to be employed and then try to wiggle back onto the more creative side of things later? Or should I stick it out until something else comes along?
interviewing for a creative strategy (sales creative) at a publisher - currently in content marketing creative at brand. anyone have advice for making my experience relevant?
Need some advice- had an interview with a recruiter last Friday. It went pretty well. She said she would send my resume to the team and they would review & reach out. I sent her a thank you email a couple hours after our chat & she responded fairly quickly (under 20 minutes) saying she enjoyed our conversation & the creative directors would reach out to me early this week. Its now almost 3pm on Tuesday. Do I follow up with her or wait? If yes, when? Thanks all. Hoping this pans out 🤞
I keep getting stumped on the interview question “what is your creative process like?” My answer are usually a bit underwhelming (I spend some time is ideating alone and then reconvene with my partner). Does anyone have any tips on good tips on how to phrase it better?
My boss has zero leverage in the company, and therefore creative always goes to shit because someone in another department thinks they're far better placed to make creative calls, and my boss can't do anything about it to defend the work. It's taking a toll on the work, team's mental health, and overall morale. The company values are no longer aligned to my own, and it's no longer the job I was sold in on during the interview process. What do I do?
Anyone work at group nine media or has experience with them? I’m interviewing with them for a design position and I wanna et a better sense of what to expect w/ company culture, creative team, etc. Would love to hear your experience, thanks!!
Anyone work at group nine media on the creative side or have experience with them? I’m interviewing with them for a design position and I wanna get a better sense of what to expect w/ company culture, creative team, etc. Would love to hear your experience, thanks!!
If you know you can only offer a creative 75% of their current comp, why would you even bother having them interview without first being upfront about it?
Every other advertising role interview - you have 5 years? Cool you are hired. Creative interview - doesn’t seem like you worked at any relevant award winning agencies. How many awards do you have? Is this everything in your portfolio? Can you tell me about projects you are doing outside of work? Will you take a demotion or salary cut to have a chance at award winning work here? We are passionate here, so do you like to work late nights and weekends? Last candidate had a viral application.
I’m applying to a creative position that involves focusing heavily on “customer engagement”. Any thoughts on how that affects the creative approach? Is it just going to end up being a lot of email and social?
I have an interview with OATLY’s creative team tomorrow. Are there any OATLY creatives here, would love know what it’s really like on the inside since a lot of in-house teams are a hit /miss. Would love to hear thoughts on management too!
TFW when Creative Circle reaches out to you in a panic with a lowball offer for a multi-week gig, schedules a phone interview but then their client cancels… and nobody tells you.
So I know droga is a sweatshop for creative. But what’s it like for strategy? My partner is interviewing for a senior comms role there and I don’t know if he should if he values his life.
Big 4 Manager level SAP consultant looking to not be an SAP consultant any longer. I’m not smartest person you’ll ever interview but I can figure out some pretty complicated stuff, I’m creative in my approach, and I’ve been told I’m a fun and enjoyable person to work with. If you’ve room in your org or team (doesn’t matter what the domain is) and are open to a good conversation, I love to hear from you!
#advice #mentorship #creativedirectors Hello, business owners and creative community leaders. Since moving to SW Florida end of 2019, professional life has been a f*ckin doozy (for many of us.) For 15 years I’ve been an art director / brand / designer and can say I’ve done well. After many connections and interviews and tests and hoops I’m not getting hired. Feeling defeated, frustrated — bang head here! Any mentors / leaders that can advise a renewed jump to restart? Thank you in advance.
I'm looking at becoming more of an Art Director / Social Creative. The company I'm at doesn't value people enough to move them around internally or offer any training to help. Where do I start?! I'm applying for new jobs but I'm so out of the game when it comes to coming up with ideas for campaigns etc. I get to come up with design ideas but not big level ideas. Where do I find inspiration?
Would you rather: Hire a creative who is lively, kind, and willing to learn and get better, has a so/so book, interviews well and fits with the culture... Or Hire a creative who is a total ass hat and cocky but has won a couple awards, worked at one top dog agency, interviews well but wouldn’t fit with the culture... ??
I’m applying for a creative position at Apple but have almost zero interest in moving to Silicon Valley. What are the chances they’ll follow Twitter’s lead and go fully remote post-vaccine?🤞🏻
I’m hoping to become a better interviewer of creative talent in 2021. Can you tell me a bit about the best interviews you had (regardless if you got the job) and what the <standard> bad interview is to you? Thank you in advance! 😁
how’s BBH doing these days? they were a great creative shop when they had PlayStation but is it still somewhere worth applying to?
I was interviewing for a freelance job and asked about the creative director (small, new company). The CEO said they haven’t hired one yet and it took everything in my power to ask to be considered for that role. He wants to continue the convo tomorrow. I have 15 years of experience and have done the job of people and project manager and directed large content before. Without the title or salary! How can I prove to him that I can bring value and expertise to this role (besides from my portfolio)
Friday will be my first time interviewing someone for a job that’s not an intern. It’s going to be weird being the other side of the table. Suggestions on questions to ask?
Media 🐟: when you're asked by a recruiter/HR if you're also interviewing at other agencies, do you say yes or no? Does it hurt or help your chances at getting an offer?
on average, how soon after final round interview do you hear back from ZS? are offers notified via email or phone call?
One week post final round interview but no feedback yet. Is it over / am I ghosted? Tech company
I have an interview with a big tech firm very soon. I’m in an awkward beard growth stage and kinda look like crap but not really, do y’all think it’ll affect anything?
Had an interview two weeks ago. Followed up with recruiter a week ago who said they would check status. Haven't heard back. Have patience or consider myself ghosted?
What is the process for EYP interviews for experienced hires? How many rounds and are there cases?
Hi fishes. Any advise on how to prep for Amazon senior technical program manager interview? I have been practicing behavioral questions based on LPs already but any help or high level structure to prepare would be very helpful. Do I need to learn system design questions too?
When do you get to negotiate your start date with a big four accounting firm? Currently in the interview process with 3 firms. Is it usually stated within the contract after you get the offer or will I have options to pick from?
My friend is graduating college with a 2.8 GPA. Trying to help with his job search--what's a good way to damage control in interviews?
Been in IB ops for about ten years now in NYC and London. A start up from silicone valley called me up (7 hours of interview) to help design a margin system. Is tech better than banking?
Just finished a case presentation with 7 interviewers. Should I send a thank you email to all (I’ve already sent thank you emails to two of them from interviews earlier in the process)? They were all extremely nice so I just want to make sure I do the right thing.
Folks who have gotten jobs with consulting firms through recruiting agencies… would you recommend going through the agency or just applying directly to the consulting firm?
Hello everyone, I have an interview at docusign with a solutions engineer for technical consultant role. Does anyone have any experience, tips or insights on how to prep for the interview? Thanks in advance
Does anyone have a site/resource they use for coding interview prep? Currently doing practice challenges to refresh my SQL on Hackerrank, but wondering if there's anything better.
Can anyone tell me about Deloitte’s DCE departmental culture? I am interviewing with them so any insight is appreciate...
Anyone ever applied to a job via USAjobs? If so how long is that process in finding out if your gonna be interviewed
Anyone interview at TA associates for an associate position? Any insight into the interview process? Also any thoughts on the fund in general? TIA!
Would anyone from McKinsey Canada be willing to briefly connect? I'm interested in applying to the Business Analyst Intern role but am from a non target bschool. I have experiences that demonstrate analytical skills, independence, teamwork and communication and have decent casing experiences along with a great GPA. Would very much appreciate the opportunity to have a conversation!! McKinsey & Company
Got a job offer at Deloitte for manager level. Looking for a summary of benefits. I know 401k match but is there a waiting period, do you have something like pwc’s wealth builder. What is parental leave? What is the phone benefit? (Pwc subsidizes phone and pays plan). Health insurance I assume is crap but who is it through? Any random benefits that stick out to you that other firms might not have?
After receiving Green Card (employer sponsored), is there a minimum period that one needs to work with the sponsoring employer before switching? Asking from a legal/USICS’s point of view, not ethically.
Hi all! Looking for a mid to senior level UX or Product Design role, remote or in the Greater Boston area. Anyone hiring? 4 years of experience (including my masters in interaction design and usability, and relevant work experience) + over 7 years of experience in other design fields. DM me, let’s chat!
Was told that Amazon legal comp is “lock step” based on YOE, suggesting that there is no room for negotiation. Is this true? #Legal #amazon #pay #tc #totalcomp #comp Amazon
Hello! Anyone work at EY? The 16 weeks granted for maternity leave…Is that full or partial pay?
We broke 3,000 COVID deaths today in an awful benchmark that looks to be topped tomorrow. Don’t let any Trump supporter say they’re pro-life. Wear a mask and get tested. https://t.co/7cNPfiIuy9
You know what grinds my gears? When SM or above still don't know how to send a Skype call properly and make you type everything in manually... for a daily call, over the next year 😑😑
Interested in transitioning/starting roles at BIG 4 BEHEMOTH DELOITTE? If you have any interest in potential opportunities or have any questions, please feel free to message me!
Got an interview request from Morgan Stanley for Prime Brokerage Client Service Account manager. Can anyone shed some light about what the role entails? Pros and cons? I’m currently in retail banking and would love to know what skills I can reference during the interview. Morgan Stanley
Any Transfer Pricing or ITS attorneys here who successfully made the jump from big 4 to big law? Any advice?
What does a manager with 8-10 years in Big 4 consulting experience (5-6 years in FSI) make in the market today?
Accenture members:- what is the typical promotion time from Sr Mgr to Director at Accenture?
How many years should you stay at a consulting company before jumping ship so it doesn’t look like your a hopper or flight risk or have negative perception from future employers?
I accepted an offer and employer started H1b processing, now I have another offer giving me around 10% more from earlier offer. Should I asked for equalization or is it something unethical? Appreciate your responses.
Leaving Deloitte for a better consulting firm & a 50%+ raise. Thank you to D, if they didn’t pay me raises 1/10th the size of competitors, I would’ve never applied!