We're always looking for brilliant talent, from strategists to researchers, writers to designers – they're the lifeblood of our business. So if you're interested in working for ThreeTenSeven, please get in touch, even if you don't see an open opportunity that's perfect for you.
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We're inclusive and accessible, and encourage you to get in touch even if your skills or experience don't quite match a job ad, or if you have any accessibility requirements to help you apply or work with us.
The only caveat is that we want people who want to make work that makes a difference. Our Purpose is 'To build brands that enhance people's health and wellbeing' so if that sounds like you, we're all ears.
This role is all about developing strong relationships with clients, managing several projects at one time, and ensuring fantastic creative output across them. The role is varied – you’d be running larger brand projects with the support of an Account Director, and importantly you’ll be more independent on some of our smaller accounts. The role would be perfect for someone who is great with clients, super organised and who has an eye for good design.
ThreeTenSeven is a brand transformation consultancy based in North Leeds. We're leaders in brand for wellbeing, working across a range of sectors including health, wellness, charity/not for profit and higher education.
We’ve been around for a long time, so we have great clients and a great reputation, but the management team is young(ish) and determined to do things differently. We support remote and flexible working, promote local businesses, champion women in the boardroom and LGBTQIA+ rights in the business. We work hard to be ethical and eco-active. We don’t believe in asking anyone to work for free, even at the start of their careers, so only offer paid Living Wage internships. Our event series, Openhouse, helps us find inspiration in the most remote corners, and helps us cook up new ideas and partnerships.
The creative industries can be busy and sometimes stressful and it’s true, we work hard, but we work just as hard at creating a fair, open culture, and welcome feedback from everyone to get us there. We talk about our wellbeing and encourage others to do the same. We take a non-hierarchical approach to project assignments; it’s about the best mix of skills, as well as helping people to pursue their own interests and aspirations.
We believe in promoting inclusion and diversity and in helping combat systemic racism, sexism, and other forms of oppression. We try hard to use our voice and business to actively make a change in the wider world, not just in the creative world. That’s in who we choose to work with, in the way we speak to the world, our creative work, and the way we hire. We’re not perfect – who is? – but we’re getting better all the time.
We’re open-minded about the type of people we work with, so if you are excited about this role, but don’t meet every qualification listed, we still really encourage you to apply.