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seeking intrepid owners

Spawn employee-owners are fearless. Our culture embraces change, so fearlessness is really more of a survival trait. Mind you, we also have a softer side. For example, we bring babies to work until they can crawl (as long as it’s, you know, your baby). And a playful side, including agency cocktails, Summer Fridays and fitness club memberships. 

But back to the fearless thing. You’ll find we’re as brave with our strategy, design, content, and client management as we are pumping endorphins while shredding on a mountain trail. If Spawn Ideas sounds like a place you’d like to be a part of, and have ownership in, take the leap and apply to one of our openings below.

ownership positions available

The Account Supervisor within the Account Management team is a senior-level management position. He or she will oversee all phases of Agency involvement with assigned accounts through their primary role as the account business leader. The Account Supervisor is a leadership consultant, fostering productive communication between client and Agency staff, identifying common goals, and ensuring a final product that’s profitable and effective for the client and the Agency. 

The executive assistant will provide high-level executive and administrative support to the president by managing her schedule and tasks, acting as a liaison between the president and other agency departments, taking detailed notes in agency/agency board meetings, preparing high quality presentations and correspondence, arranging conference calls and Zoom meetings, coordinating meetings and travel (for president and other agency staff), and responsibly handling confidential and sensitive information. This is a professional non-exempt position. If you are self-motivated, can multitask, handle the smallest details and want to learn the advertising industry, you’ll be an important member of our collaborative team.

Spawn Ideas is not your average creative internship. We’re not going to make you do a coffee run, though one of us may ask if you’d like to join us for a coastal run. Here, you’ll get real projects, not just busy work, and you’ll be working right alongside the rest of the creative team. You won’t be asked to organize supplies, instead you’ll be asked for design solutions, creative concepts and that big idea. We want you to leave this internship with a couple of pieces for your portfolio that make you proud. (That is, of course, if you ever leave. A good portion of our office started here as interns.)

Spawn employee-owners are fearless. Our culture embraces change, so fearlessness is really more of a survival trait. Mind you, we also have a softer and playful side. Want to put your accounting and business expertise to work in a fast-paced, fun and exciting environment? Please apply for the Financial Manager position.

Do you want to determine your salary? Do you want your very own marketing team that assists you in targeting and marketing to potential clients? Do you want a wide-open national territory? Do you want trusted back-end support that allows you to focus on what you do best, SELL!? Do you want to be a part of our fast-growing, energetic team that plays hard, but works even harder? If you answered “YES!” to all of the above, then let’s start a conversation.

The mission of the account management function is to lead, nurture and grow the client business and relationship, orchestrate and integrate the services of the agency on behalf of the client, and ensure that the agency is providing the kind of consistent proactive thinking and added value that contributes to healthy, effective and profitable client relationships. You’ll work with the account planning and project management teams to create effective plans for clients and you’ll be directly responsible for the client relationship, communication strategy, identifying new client opportunities and managing client budgets and expectations. A great Account Manager thrives in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment and is passionate about working with clients to help achieve their communications goals.