HR Generalist - Employee Relations/Recruiter

We are looking for a positive, enthusiastic addition to our HR team in a fast-paced, creative culture. Must have experience in employee relations and performance management/employee development. Ideally, would also have experience recruiting in an agency environment.


Employee relations

Work with department heads across the agency to ensure performance reviews are being conducted in a constructive, thorough and timely manner.

With the guidance of our Director of Career Development & Culture, help manage employee performance issues as they come up.

Establish proactive ways to get to know new hires, current employees and managers (check-ins).

Create programs to help connect new hires and current employees (buddy lunches or mentoring opportunities).


Source and vet candidates for a variety of positions in Account Management, Strategy, Research and Analytics, Administration and Finance as needed.

Organize and facilitate interview process for candidates and managers internally.

Responsible for checking references.

Additional HR projects as needed

Examples include support with culture and events, learning and development, reporting, etc.



4-6  years of experience in a service agency (for example, advertising, PR, architecture, design) or high tech.

Experience with the candidate tracking system, Greenhouse would be a plus.

Experience in managing employee relations issues with care and diligence.

Responsible and trustworthy. 

Approachable and empathetic.

Self-starter. Confident and able to take ownership and work autonomously.


Appreciate a creative environment - good sense of humor and able to roll with things. 


If you think you have the skills we are looking for, we look forward to hearing from you. Thanks.

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Account Manager


We have an exciting opportunity for an Account Manager with three to four years of advertising agency experience to join us in our San Francisco office.

We are looking for a candidate who can do the following:

Pro-actively lead the development process from ideas through execution

Support the growth and invest time in the development of the Assistant Account Managers on the account

Consistently bring independent, thoughtful POV’s to the table

Write and present clearly and persuasively

Champion great creative work

Is a well-liked, trusted and empathetic partner to clients

Negotiate high-pressure situations in a positive, calm, objective, professional way

Take accountability to navigate and communicate timelines and deliverables

Stay positive, and knows how to keeps people motivated

This is a chance to join an award-winning team and work with some of the best creative minds in the country.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to the link below.  Please use the cover letter as an opportunity to convince us as to why we need to hire you.   We look forward to hearing from you.


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San Francisco

Integrated Account Director

We are looking for an Integrated Account Director to join our outstanding Account Management Department.  This Account Director role is on our largest client - working on the brand business but also working across the separate, business units and helping us to develop work across all mediums.  This opportunity is a truly integrated role.  The Account Director would be working closely with members of all our strategy departments, senior members of our creative department and with all facets of production.

As an Account Director we expect that you are no longer managing projects but leading accounts or large pieces of accounts. Your job is more than helping make the trains run well and on time. It’s now about helping others make sure this happens. And, more importantly, it’s about guiding the process and decisions on where to lay new track. It’s a role that requires equal parts of quality control and leadership.

For us a great Account Director does the following:

1) Clearly defines the client’s business problem and gets people in the Agency excited to work on it.

2) Provides their own point-of-view that is considerate of both the Client’s and Agency’s viewpoints, but not necessarily beholden to either one of them.

3) Serves the needs of the individuals on their team and on the account.

Although you are the senior person managing a team of people, this is not permission to act above the other people working on the account (especially the account managers). Instead, you need to work to serve their needs, individual by individual. This means making time for them – even treating their time as more important than your own. This can’t be emphasized enough. The directors that people like working with the most seem to be the ones most generous and open with their time.

4.) Constantly set (and if necessary, change) the conditions on the account to allow people to do their best work.

If you have experience working as an Account Director for a few years and understand how to help a client get to remarkable work, we look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you.

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