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Some are simple. Some are complicated. If the difficult questions you're asking yourself are: “How can I attract the best talent?” “What technology will work for me?” and “How do I make the most of my talent pipeline?” we’ve got the answers you need.

With global knowledge, local insight, and a world of experience, we deliver creative, technology-driven answers to difficult talent attraction questions every day.


How could we help you?

Solve any problem and meet any challenge with our technology, creative and service solutions. They work in perfect harmony, seamlessly integrating with your processes and systems to produce effective, measurable results.

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Our Work

The work we create for our clients is defined by creativity, innovation and the underlying ability to drive results and build talent.

Want to join our team?

Want to learn more? Push through new ideas? And work with some jolly nice people too? Good news...we're hiring!

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    Infrastructure Engineer


    Job Overview

    The world of recruitment communications moves fast. And as an award-winning digital agency that’s part of an extensive global network, ours moves faster than most here at AIA Worldwide. So it’s vital that our infrastructure – including servers, storage, cloud services and applications – performs at ultimate capacity 24/7. That’s the challenge that awaits an experienced Infrastructure Engineer.

    Part of our global technology infrastructure team, you’ll take the lead on local technologies while working with US, French and German counterparts to ensure global applications are shared across our global network. As well as implementing standards for data management, Windows File & Print Servers, VMWare Server Virtualization and network routing and switching, you’ll support the Service Desk to resolve end user issues and contribute to Disaster Recovery and security initiatives. Liaising with vendors where necessary will be a key part of the role.

    Your extensive, hands-on IT experience will demonstrate knowledge of:

    • All aspects of a server infrastructure running Windows 2008/2012 servers and associated services such as Active Directory, DNS, and DFS and SAN/NAS storage devices
    • LAN and WAN networking, and IP addressing
    • VMWare, Office 365 and other Microsoft products (preferred)
    • Cisco equipment, including routing, switching and VPN tunnels (preferred)
    • Data management, protection and backup technologies such as Symantec BackupExec
    • IT documentation
    • Security and patch management principles

    You’ll also need a relevant degree or equivalent, outstanding customer service skills and a commitment to service improvement. The ability to take ownership of a task until resolution and the flexibility to respond to changing business requirements are also important.

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    Digital Project Manager


    Reports to: Digital Project Director


    Project Managers – we love them. And more often than not, they love us back. How come? Well. We’re one of the UK’s Top 100 Digital Agencies for a start. Then there’s the fact that we’re a truly global business, headquartered in New York and relied on by clients the planet over – hence the “Worldwide” bit that comes after the AIA part.

    If you’re a Project Manager, this should come as music to your ears. Keep listening though, as we’re not done reeling off all the good stuff just yet – stuff like the type of work you’ll be doing. Bring us your brilliance for project delivery and we’ll put it to the test on some of the biggest, most interesting work about.

    From complex global websites to standalone microsites, we’ve all kinds of great digital projects for you to sink your teeth into. And you’ll be there at the helm – steering the ship and blowing the horn. And when you’re not at wheel? We reckon you’ll be out on our roof terrace, enjoying the panoramic views across the rooftops of London.


    • Run point on several projects at once, managing all communications, scope, timeline and budget throughout all phases (discovery, planning, implementation, and results/closeout)
    • Define project requirements, cost estimates, and timelines, resulting in proposals/SOWs that meet clients’ needs and upon which we can successfully deliver; develop detailed project plans and collect client information as required
    • Develop and communicate project performance to all stakeholders (internal and external)
    • Maintain and update all project documentation from initiation to execution
    • Ensure actions and key deliverables are met and are kept within the defined scope
    • Effectively manage the budget, starting with the initial cost breakdown, and continuing through regular tracking, reporting, and management of any scope or schedule changes that will have financial impact
    • Leading cross-functional teams to deliver high quality deliverables on time and on budget
    • Communicate directly with the client to ensure efficient delivery with a high level of client satisfaction


    • Proven track record in delivering complex digital solutions for high profile clients
    • Ability to plan, organise, prioritise and deliver multiple projects at simultaneously
    • Understanding of common web technologies, technical architecture, platforms, CMS, and services
    • An understanding of HTML, XML, API, JavaScript and CSS
    • Fantastic communication and customer relationship skills
    • Experience in a digital agency a plus


    Your salary will be in the £35k-£40k range. You’ll also enjoy a generous list of benefits, including 25 days’ annual leave, private health insurance, a pension plan and a cycle to work scheme. Not to mention Friday drinks, pizza once a month, loads of social events (like mini-golf, table tennis and film nights) and outdoor terraces with a view of London that never gets old.

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    Client services

    Account Director


    As an experienced client service professional (or someone who knows a fair bit about talent attraction) you'll understand what it takes to keep clients happy, recruit top people and generally keep plenty of plates spinning at once. Now’s the time to make the most of your skills and take the next step in your career.

    We’re AIA. We come up with creative, innovative, first-to-market digital solutions that help big global clients build their brands and recruit the right people. This is your chance to challenge yourself and work closely with names that everyone recognises.

    Of course, knowing the ins and outs of client service, recruitment and digital straight away would be great. But what we’re really looking for is the right attitude – essentially bags of enthusiasm and a smiley-yes-I-can-do-that demeanour. Plus, the hunger to always learn more (meaning we fully expect you to be straight on our website, looking on glassdoor and reading up about us on It’s that sort of mindset that will make the difference between being someone that takes client orders and gives clients the right advice and guidance we’re known for.

    We won’t promise it’ll be easy. But it will be rewarding. As well as all the professional challenges of working for a global company like ours, you can look forward to a great salary, healthcare, and 25 days’ holiday (as well as other good stuff like pizza Fridays and regular nights out).

    Sound good? Then send us your CV and a covering letter.

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    Creative Artworker


    Want to work with some of the biggest brands in the world? Love creating beautiful design working within brand guidelines to tight deadlines and having a keen eye for accuracy? If this sounds like your kind of thing then join us and work alongside our creative teams, designers and developers creating great work for our global clients.

    What you’ll do

    Artwork projects to a high standard whilst being responsible for your part of the project including liaising with the Project Manager/Art Director and any other members of the agency where necessary.

    Design with a strong appreciation for typography, layout and a great eye for detail.

    Create and contribute to the delivery of a wide variety of off and online collateral using industry standard software applications for digital design, artworking, presentation building and mobile/web programming and scripting languages including HTML, HTML 5, CSS.

    Execute multiple projects simultaneously with aggressive deadlines.

    Assist in project planning with creative operations and project management to ensure deadlines are realistic and achievable.

    What you’ll need

    • Experience within a studio environment
    • High level of attention to detail and accuracy
    • Good level of Mac experience.
    • Good understanding of digital design and development
    • Familiarity with mobile site builds desirable
    • Familiarity with understanding of printed materials
    • Proficient skills in Adobe Creative Suite
    • Experience in Powerpoint, Word & Keynote
    • Familiarity of XHTML, HTML 5, CSS and supporting multimedia technologies
    • Autonomous, but able to work collaboratively within a team.
    • Dedicated to personal and professional development.
    • Good interpersonal communication skills
    • Ability to deal with stakeholders at all levels
    • Ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities
    • Strong motivation and ability to follow through with tasks and see them through to completion
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    Media Internship


    AIA worldwide are an award-winning communications agency that’s part of an extensive global network, who are currently looking for an intern who will be part of the media and metrics team.

    This is a 6 month internship with a salary of £16,500

    How can you expect to spend your day?

    You will join the Media and Metrics team responsible for creating and launching all client ad campaigns based on agreed briefs. 

    This is a great way to learn what it takes to be a successful media planner buyer/campaign manager for an advertising agency specializing in recruitment communications for an array of high profile, global clients.


    Tasks you can expect to learn about and undertake:

    • Develop an understanding of the advertising and marketing sector
    • Spend time shadowing different members of the team to gain a feel for all aspects
    • Provide media research support and market insight globally
    • Being part of a global business
    • Being involved in the briefing and planning of attraction campaigns
    • Aiding senior members of the team with pitch projects and presentations
    • Help develop supplier /partner relationships
    • Offer day to day media support to internal colleagues
    • Provide support on creation and implementation of tracking tags for digital ad campaigns
    • Collection and consolidation of data from web analytic tools for inclusion in client reporting
    • Work with metrics analysts to spot issues, trends, or anomalies on digital ad campaigns

    The ideal intern’s personality and qualifications are:

    This role will suit candidates who aren’t afraid to roll up their sleeves and muck in with whatever needs doing also with an interest in marketing, advertising and digital technologies. It is a fast paced environment with a play hard work hard atmosphere.


    Desired skills, education and experience:

    • A desire to learn about everything in the communications industry and in particular the way cutting edge technology is shaping digital advertising.
    • A desire to learn lots of new skills in a short space of time.
    • A mixture of strong communication along with analytical skills would be an ideal fit.
    • A methodical approach to work with excellent attention to detail.
    • Good numeracy skills
    • Knowledge of or interest in advertising / campaign management
    • Confident dealing with people from a range of backgrounds.
    • Be able to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing.
    • A good sense of humour!

    What are the perks of interning at this company?

    This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to take an internship within a global communications agency, which will provide a spring board into an exciting career. If successful, this could end up with further training in our Chicago office and a full time job as a Media and Metrics Executive. Career paths are clearly defined and the right, driven, motivated and hungry individual can go all the way to the top.

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    Product Support Specialist


    What we’re looking for

    We’re looking for a Product Support Specialist. Someone who can be the first point of contact for our customers when something isn’t working. You’ll then either fix the issue yourself, or pass it on to someone who can.

    Although you’ll need a bit of technical know-how, this is hardly an IT Helpdesk role. It’s more a digital role with a project management twist. And because you’ll be in constant contact with our clients about their software needs and maintenance requests, it’ll feel a little like client services too.

    Some of your day-to-day tasks

    • Provide technical and functional software support for our online products
    • Work with Digital Project Managers, Product Management and our Engineering teams to identify, report and resolve product issues and requests
    • Consult with clients about the best solutions for their needs
    • Train clients on how to use our products and conduct learning forums when needed
    • Help with system enhancements and quality assurance testing

    Some of what we’ll expect from you

    • Customer or technical support experience
    • Excellent problem solving skills
    • An attention to detail
    • Ability to plan, organise and prioritise projects
    • An understanding of HTML, XML, API, JavaScript and CSS
    • Top-notch communication and customer relationship skills
    • A warm and friendly phone manner

    What we’re offering

    Your salary will be in the £25k-£30k range. You’ll also enjoy a generous list of benefits, including 25 days’ annual leave, private health insurance, a pension plan and a cycle to work scheme. Not to mention Friday drinks, pizza once a month, loads of social events (like mini-golf, table tennis and film nights) and outdoor terraces with a view of London that never gets old.

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  • AIA Worldwide Ltd
  • 200 Aldersgate Street,
  • London
  • EC1A 4HD