By Brian Murray Likeable Media is growing and always looking for great people to join the team. We're interested in beginning conversations with people who exemplify our core values of Drive, Passion, Transparency, Thought Leadership, and Adaptability. If you want to learn more about our culture and who we are, here's a quick glimpse!
We’re fun to roll with.
Literally! Check this out.
Likeable is a place that encourages you to be yourself and enables you to enjoy your work environment. We have created an atmosphere where having fun and doing amazing work are not mutually exclusive.
We’re doing great work.
We’re all about the MISSION. Likeable is a social media marketing firm that works with amazing brands, creating incredible social strategies and content and managing great communities.
We’re 60+ people who live and breathe social. Don’t believe me? I asked @RachHadley what she thought about working at Likeable and she responded with this: “Who wouldn’t want to work with smart people creating social experiences for great brands with ridiculously engaged fans?”
But we also have a deeper meaning. There is an underlying mission to help brands become more likeable within their own organizations. If that speaks to you, then this could be a perfect place for you!
There's lots of room to make an impact.
Whether you have aspirations to grow into a role such as VP of Client Relations like Mallorie or to make your way from Buzz Builder to Marketing Director like Michele, there are plenty of opportunities to grow here. Every employee is empowered to make changes in our organization. We’ve seen tremendous change in the past few years, but our culture has enabled much of that change to come as much from the bottom as from the top. We have forums within our organization to fit every interest from Philantrophy to Health and Wellness in order to help keep this place exciting.
As @FrankRamblings said about his experience here, “The people you’ll meet and the experiences you’ll have will equip you for success in ways you can’t even imagine.”
What matters to you in a job? How did you find your great gig?