GO WEST, YOUNG (WO)MAN. GO WEST.
We are always looking to work with hungry, curious people who love what they do and have a passion for pushing the boundaries of advertising and marketing. We value honesty, agility and a wild, unstoppable desire to make great things happen. If you’re ignited by the same things we are, then we want to work with you too.
At Grey, diversity is not a theoretical goal. Yes, we are an equal opportunity workplace and proud to be so, but our commitment to diversity is an open-ended, ongoing commitment that our most-senior executives have expanded way beyond its usual definition. We’ll let one of them explain: “I do applaud the industry for trying to diversify, but in our industry ‘diversity’ ought to mean diversity of thought, diversity of background, different ages, different approaches, different sexual orientations. We need to ensure we’re taking the broadest definition of diversity, really being able to appreciate, respect and value others’ points of view.” -- Grey North America CEO Michael Houston, New York Times, July 4, 2013
The hiring process at advertising agencies all too often seems mysterious, opaque and intimidating. It shouldn’t be. Here’s how it works at Grey: First, either apply for a specific position or complete our general application form. If your skills and background match what we’re looking for, we’ll give you a call to set up a first conversation over the phone. If the chemistry feels right, an initial interview at our office would be the next step. That first get-together would most likely be followed by additional interviews, and possibly a presentation to the team. If everything clicks, an offer would then be extended as we welcome you to Grey.