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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on January 29, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on January 29, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Foundry Engineer||Skokie, IL|
|AdTech Marketing Manager 41st Parameter AdTruth Job Number 142021||San Jose, CA|
|Cyber Threat Management - Manager||New York, NY|
|Technical Training Specialist||Oklahoma City, OK|
|Plumbing Engineer 3||San Francisco, CA|
|Intern||New York, NY|
|Brand Partnerships & Programming Internship||Santa Monica, CA|
|Freelance Content Researcher/Proposer||Amenia, NY|
|Facilities Manager/HVAC Certification||Dallas, TX|
|Sales/Creative Services Intern - Winter (2358)||Seattle, WA|
What would you do if you got $3.8 million tomorrow? If you didn’t answer “Buy a Super Bowl ad,” then I’m a little disappointed in you. That’s the going rate this year, and many of the usual suspects are expected to pay the price. The word on the street is that the E*Trade talking baby will be making another appearance. That’s good news for Grey because they’re the ones who taught the baby how to talk. Grey (also known as Grey Group) is a New York, NY based marketing and advertising agency has been “famously effective since 1917.” Their football street cred goes way beyond a talking baby–they also do work for the NFL. Want something more socially conscious? TED is a client. It’s hard to believe how many major brands hire Grey; in fact, Grey works with a quarter of the Fortune 100.
Grey has one of the best promotional videos that I’ve ever seen. It’s three minutes long, just watch it (click here if it’s not loading):
What more do you need to hear about Grey after that? My only beef with them is that their site is entirely in Flash. I can’t link to any of their specific pages, and it took me a long time to find a version of that video that I could embed. Luckily I can link you to their Jobs page and show you the the opportunities that I think are worth checking out:
Grey looks like an amazing place to work, so hopefully one of these jobs is a good fit for you.
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