Hello Sydney! Crowd DNA is super excited to be up-and-running in Australia. We've a lovely office and we've some exciting clients - and now we're looking to build out our team...
In particular, we’re looking to hear from those with one to three years experience, for a consultant level role in our fledging Sydney business. You’ll get to work on exciting projects at the intersection of culture, insight and strategy for some of the most forward-facing brands in the world. You’ll get to collaborate alongside the wider Crowd DNA team in our other global offices and play a key role in helping our Sydney start-up to fly high.
Here’s what we’re looking for:
One to three years of experience. This could well be in an insight agency, or potentially elsewhere in the marketing comms field
You’ll have a strong sense of why culture is important to brands – and you’ll be ready and confident to share that point of view with our clients; in presentations, reports etc
While you won’t necessarily have ticked off every research method under the sun, you’ll come with a good basis of understanding of qualitative techniques (if you can bring some quant to the party, too, better still!)
Though much of our work is about exploring culture, we’re doing it to create commercial advantage for our clients. Thus, we’re looking for a recruit who can demonstrate strong client management skills
Next to a passion for the cultural perspective, we’re particularly keen to speak to candidates who also have a creative skillset – writing, film making, design etc
While Crowd DNA as a group is 11 years old, it’s early days in Sydney. We want someone with a real appetite for working in a start-up business (think diverse challenges, fast learning)
The role comes with a competitive salary, great benefits, the chance to work on some of the most stimulating and culturally-driven projects out there; and the opportunity to progress and make a real difference in an exciting and progressive business. To apply (attaching a CV and covering letter), please get in touch with Elyse Pigram.