June 13, 2018

Job Opening: Strategist

Superhuman is looking to add a strategist to our team. This is a perfect role for someone who wants to grow, hone your skills and learn!

You’ll assist the Director of Strategy on brand strategy presentations, integrated campaign planning, research projects, new business and picking out where to go for lunch on Fridays. Our clients span many different industries, so you’ll get to work on a variety of projects and categories. This role is client-facing, and as you gain experience and an understanding of our process, you’ll eventually lead your own accounts.

At Superhuman, we believe people do the best work when they’re happy. While we may not have any ping-pong tables, we do value mentorship, have great benefits, stock our fridge with LaCroix and most importantly, have a talented, kind, and dedicated team.

This job is a great fit if you’re:
Creative
Collaborative
Scrappy
Driven
Accountable
Curious
A good presenter (or you strive to be!)
Detail-oriented
Willing to learn

Preferred Qualifications:
2-4 years agency experience in strategy department (non-media)
Led formal quant or qual research projects, or at least know your way around SurveyMonkey
Proficient in PowerPoint or Keynote
Experience with Simmons or MRI modeling
Using search to create audience insights

To apply, please send your resume, cover letter and any applicable work samples to meredith@superhuman.agency.

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