This world has never needed creativity, purpose, and direction more than it does today. That's why we're on a mission to build the smartest team of creative storytellers that our industry has ever seen. To do that, we recruit ambitious creative talent like you, and we equip you with frameworks for extracting, crafting, and sharing meaningful stories with complex B2B audiences.
We see our firm as an incubation vehicle for the next generation of creative marketing leadership. It is our duty to ensure that every team member who joins our firm leaves smarter, sharper, more curious, and more confident when they eventually graduate on to their next role.Ready to Grow With Us?
We hire senior-level talent globally, resulting in an unrivaled level of cultural fluency and true diversity. Our team grows and learns from day-to-day engagement with one another, and we integrate seamlessly into client-facing engagements. Our global-first strategy gives us access to the best talent, regardless of time zone. There is no Notable Brazil or Notable India. We are one team.Explore Open Positions
Collaboration beyond the conference room is second nature to us. We excel at team collaboration in virtual settings, because we've been doing it this way since day one. Having been fully remote since our inception in 2016, our performance standards are high, and we look for self-disciplined team members that don’t require clock-counting and micromanagement. In turn, you're given trust, and a lot of it.Are You a Fit?
The Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) is a culture of radical accountability. Every person at Notable has key objectives and key results, our reporting structure is clear, and leadership is open and vocal about overall business performance. Giving our staff ownership and accountability empowers our teammates and benefits our clients.Ready to Step Up?
You will learn our proprietary frameworks, a unique approach to B2B brand strategy that analyzes company positioning through the lens of design thinking methodology. Our workshops and toolkits help get to the root of customer problems, from which we work backward to articulate our clients' "whys."
Working at Notable means digging into complex industries, learning the intricacies of businesses you might not have even known existed before coming here. If you are fascinated by complexity and always want to know more – Notable may be your exploratory playground.
You won’t just grow as a creative; you’ll grow as a professional. Working side by side with digital marketers, creatives, strategists, and developers. you'll not only sharpen your craft, you'll start to see how it fits into a much bigger picture.
As an employer, we see it as our duty to understand your goals, and we actively work to bridge the gap between where you are and the future you envision. Your time at Notable will include 1-on-1 career mapping, personal branding workshops, and other activities geared towards your growth.
"Most of my professional experience had been a solo act as an in-house designer. I knew how to take projects from start to finish, to trust my instincts, and even to critique my own work. But I was also acutely aware that in order to advance as a designer, I was missing meaningful team collaboration to challenge my thinking. I found that here at Notable."
No one deserves your talent without the full you delivering it. Embrace that.
Entrepreneurship breeds innovation. Think like a business owner, even if you aren’t one.
Change is the only constant. To thrive here, you’ll need to be excited as hell to retool on the fly.
No one’s job is easy. Put yourself in their shoes; even when it’s uncomfortable.
Time is best spent solving problems, not justifying them. Be forthright.
Our clients depend on us. That’s an honor. Show up for them, and your team.
If you won’t be proud to tell your kids about it, don’t do it. Even if others do.
Combined experience is what gives birth to breakthrough ideas. It’s magic. Tap into it.
Staff who fill a sustained need in our organizational chart, who work for Notable full time and consider our firm to be their primary form of employment outside of small freelance projects or side ventures.
For dedicated staff seeking sustained involvement in the business, long-term employment with the firm, and career/personal growth with ongoing support from their employer.
Individual contributors and tacticians to whom we – either at the present moment or in the near future – commit at least 10 hours of work per week. They benefit from employee status and have the potential for growth within the organization.
Established freelancers or solopreneurs with a small client list that is supplementing their income, who enjoy the security of guaranteed work, want to be part of a team, but who prefer having more flexibility at this stage and are not reliant upon Notable for full-time employment. That said, many L2s will be open to converting to a full-time L1 role long term.
Integrated contractors are valued members of our team who bring specialized skills to the table that we may not need as frequently as L1 or L2 roles, yet are still integrated into our work. L3’s consistently receive 20 hours of work per month or more.
Independent contractors with their own established base of direct clients. Their ultimate goal is to build their own business, of which Notable is a key client supporting a regular part of their revenue. They present as a fractional extension of our team, though they value independence over anything else and likely are not interested in employment status.
Submitting an application is your chance to provide us with material that we can delve deeper into during our discussions. We'll review your application submission, and we'll follow up within 5 business days.
If you're a match for an open position, we'll invite you to an introductory conversation with our HR Manager, to learn more about your experience and to share a bit about our company. It's important to us that we're hiring a person– not a resume.
The second interview will be 50% focused on skills and experience, 50% focused on cultural fit. You should be ready to talk about not only what led you here, but how you work and what you're seeking in your next manager, team, and place of work.
This is your chance to show us how you think. Step 4 will be a scenario-based interview with your team, or a short take-home exercise that you'll bring back to us. This will be reflect the work you'd do in the position you're considering and is a great way to assess real-world fit on both sides.
The last and final step of our interview process is designed to show us what we can't gather through traditional interviews alone. We'll ask you – in a format of your choosing – to present something that will help us understand who you are at a fundamental level, as a human being.
Finally, we'll talk with former colleagues and supervisors. This is our due diligence, and represents the last hurdle before making an offer. We know they're busy, so we keep these quick and aim to be as flexible as possible when working around your references' schedules.
Once you've signed your offer, get you acquainted with everyone and everything Aggregate. We have a comprehensive onboarding process geared toward making you comfortable with your team and confident in your position.