Need a job? DraftFCB is looking to hire.

Here’s an interesting little piece of tidbit that I came across just recently. It seems that DraftFCB, a pretty big advertising agency in the country, but with offices in San Francisco, is looking to bring people on board to help grow the company and service their clients. So while there are ad agencies looking to trim their staff, for the moment, DraftFCB seems to be going counter that trend and is looking to bolster its ranks.

So if you or anyone you know in the San Francisco Bay Area just happens to be looking for a job, then you might want to inquire about something here. What I do know is that they are looking to fill these positions. What I do not know is the job descriptions, benefits, or if it would be a full-time or contract/freelance basis.

  • Assistant Account Planner
  • Assistant Account Executive
  • Account Executive
  • Management Supervisor
  • Sr. Broadcast Producer
  • (2) Sr. Art Directors
  • Sr. Copywriter
  • Data Analyst
  • Sr. Client Finance Analyst
  • (2) Sr. Interactive Producers
  • QA Analyst
  • Flash Designer
  • Sr. Front-end Web Developer
  • Visual UI Designer

So if you want to be working on some cool accounts like Homewood Suites, Pacific Gas & Electric, Electronic Arts, Del Monte, and a chance at more, go ahead and send in your resume. Just go to DraftFCB’s website and take a look.

Update: If you wish to apply for one of these positions, you can send your resume and cover letter to the right person based on the “industry”. Click here for interactive. Click here for non-interactive. Simple, yes?

Disclosure: Currently I am employed by DraftFCB serving as an Interactive Producer. They did not pay me to write this nor am I being compensated for promoting them on this blog.

By Ken Yeung

Ken Yeung is a journalist fascinated with the stories of the tech industry and internet culture. He's currently the Technology Editor at Flipboard, where he observes what's happening in the space while also identifying new topics of interest. In addition, he co-hosts the weekly internet show "The Created Economy," which focuses on what's happening to creators and influencers. Previously, he was a reporter for VentureBeat and The Next Web, covering tech startups, the industry's innovations and funding. Ken also has a newsletter you should also subscribe to called "Filed."