The World
is full of
questions

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.

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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.

To find out about our revolutionary recruitment marketing software solution TalentBrew, go to TalentBrew.co.uk

  • Experiencing a Shift in Your Hiring Needs?

  • Need to Define or Enhance Your Brand?

  • Wondering What’s Working and What’s Not?

  • Looking for the Latest Trends?

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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    Executive Assistant

    Executive Assistant

    London

    up to £30,000

    Purpose of Position

    To proactively support the executive management and business with day-to-day office operations and administrative support.

    Management Support

    • Diary management for CEO and CFO Europe, including scheduling regular meetings and one to ones including review meetings and follow ups, scheduling business management meetings including financial review etc and organising follow up meetings
    • Maintaining and updating internal/external contacts and client details 
    • Taking minutes in meetings as requested
    • Handling confidential information
    • Email management for CEO – managing email filing, replying to certain supplier emails and setting up requested meetings
    • Support with expenses as requested
    • Weekly meeting with CEO to proactively plan the week
    • Managing client contracts including following up executed contracts, managing the NDA process, highlighting contracts due for renewal, providing cover notes for correspondence as necessary
    • Ad hoc support and administration as required

    Office Management:

    • Responsible for travel bookings and obtaining authorisation where appropriate
    • Responsibility for reception area – managing the outsourced switchboard, incoming calls, dealing with queries and ensuring calls are directed appropriately.
    • Meet and greet visitors, arranging hospitality and security passes where appropriate.
    • Registering all visitors with the front of house management team
    • Responsible for deliveries and post.
    • Ordering stationery, catering and office supplies with budget responsibility as appropriate
    • Ordering couriers as requested
    • Overseeing use of company AV equipment
    • Management of the online room booking process
    • Ensuring office environment and communal areas are tidy and well presented, including management of office 3rd parties including cleaning and maintenance contractors
    • Ad hoc administration support for other departments if required
    • Support with organising company events
    • Preparation of employee starter packs and arranging company inductions for new starters as appropriate
    • Proactive initiatives around the office environment

    Skills & Requirements:

    • Excellent administrative and organisational skills
    • Attention to detail
    • Great telephone manner
    • Fun and friendly
    • Excellent communication skills – both oral and written
    • Intermediate to advanced – Word, Powerpoint skills
    • Proficient in Excel
    • Great team player
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    Executive Assistant

    Brand Associate

    London

    up to £30,000

    Ambition is the only barrier to success

    Brand associates don’t come in moulds or batches. They can do research, project management, branding, writing and basic commercials. There’s no certificate. You might be more qualified in some of those areas than others. So long as you’ve got nous, persistence and a ready hand on the search engine we can teach you the basics. This is a chance to get started, or start again, in marketing at a creative technology company. You just need to be practical. Fancy learning is no good unless you can sell it. Ambition to do stuff, sell stuff and know stuff is what we want to see.

    Small team, big ideas, lots of opportunities

    Our brand associates have a range of skills (and mostly they pick a few up while they’re here). This job is in a commercially-focussed consulting team. Creative ideas are balanced with practical know-how. You need to be comfortable with being part of that balance. If you are, then you’ll be able to use it as a platform for whatever you end up being really good at.

    You don’t need to know everything if you’re happy to ask questions

    You can write. You can think. You can look stuff up and work things out. The ONS holds no perils for you. You can be the voice of ambiguity when everything looks certain. Sometimes you can have two points of view about the same material. You’re not an expert but you can study up quickly. And then start discussing and persuading and having ideas.

    We’re here to make money from our ideas

    You’ll also have a strong commercial itch. Good ideas butter no parsnips. So you’ll be writing proposals, managing projects, cutting your ideas according to your cloth. We can teach you most of this, but you’ll need to bring some willing. We’re only as good as the last proposal we won.

    Learn while you earn, then sell it again

    A brand associate is whatever you can make of the role. To get you started we’ll get you to scope, cost, manage and deliver research, employer brand and culture projects for some of the world’s biggest companies. Some of the skills that may be new to you here are project management, client relationships, consultancy, digital development, branding and advertising. Once you’ve got that under your belt, we’ll get you to start sniffing out more work.

    Tell us what we ought to be advertising for

    Ultimately, this job is about explaining what it means to work somewhere. It’s more interesting than working with soap and fizzy drinks and more rewarding than churning out banner ads for dishwashers. We’re making getting a job easier and more rewarding. There are books to read and concepts to pick up. But it’s wide ranging. You can bring your own special something to the party. Tell us what that is when you apply, and why it might be useful.

    If you are interested email via the button below to tell us why and share your story.

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    Artworker

    Digital Designer

    London

    Digital Designer

    Want to work with some of the biggest brands in the world? Love creating beautiful design? Know all the latest stuff? Good. Then join us and you’ll work with our strategy and creative teams to create some amazing work taking ideas from concept through to launch.

    If this sounds like your kind of thing and you’d like to come in and talk to us about all the great stuff you’ve done and all the other stuff you’d like to be doing then send us a link to your portfolio and your CV.

    What you’ll do

    • Design with a strong appreciation for typography, layout and a great eye for detail.
    • Develop a brief from initial concept to final visual output.
    • Contribute innovative ideas to creative brainstorming sessions.
    • Create working prototypes to communicate animations and interactions with our clients.

    Duties & Responsibilities

    • Experience (either professional or academic) creating innovative design solutions.
    • Strong Knowledge in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop/Illustrator).
    • Excellent written, verbal and visual communication skills, including the ability to facilitate user sessions.
    • Fluency in prototyping tools such as InVision or any other relevant presentation tools.
    • A basic understanding of front-end development (HTML, CSS & JavaScript). You won't need to code sites in this role, but you'll need to understand how they work and communicate effectively with our design and development teams, and prototype where necessary.
    • A real willingness to learn, whether this is simply keeping up with the latest reading or attending UX seminars and conferences.

    Skills & Requirements:

    • Experience designing with frameworks such as Bootstrap or Foundation.
    • Experience with After Effects/Premier Pro/Final Cut.
    • Have an understanding of usability, accessibility and general web standards throughout the project process.
    • Experience using Sketch

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