The work is paramount here. We hire smart, talented, driven people, so we want our employees to be themselves. We abhor corporate red tape and unnecessary dress pants (even our CEO wears jeans). Our people truly are our greatest asset — bring your personality and style to the office and don’t be afraid to have some fun.
Merkle welcomed Jennifer Murphy, Chief Administrative Officer of Legg Mason, Inc., to speak at its Women in Leadership series on International Women’s Day.
Cathie Black, celebrated publisher, businesswoman and writer was the first speaker in Merkle's Women in Leadership series. Watch a short clip from her talk.
The Merkle Attribute Awards are a self-directed, peer-to-peer recognition program that enables employees to recognize co-workers and colleagues who exhibit any of the seven key attributes. More than 6,000 are awarded each year among Merkle peers.
Merkle employees have the opportunity to apply for a Dream Grant each quarter. Simply stated, the company provides the funds and the time away from work for our employees to pursue a dream. There are no restrictions.
With year-over-year growth, increasing industry recognition, and the lack of bureaucracy that only privately held companies enjoy, Merkle is an ideal setting for talented people to grow and flourish in their careers. You’ll have frequent opportunities to make a difference on cutting-edge projects and get noticed as an individual while being guided by leadership who wants you to succeed and advance.
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With more than 15 offices worldwide, Merkle constantly has new job openings popping up. To keep up with this fluctuation, and because we’re a digital agency, we ask all applicants to apply online.
Visit our page on Open Hire to search all openings by location and job description. We look forward to hearing from you.
Merkle's hiring process is unlike many others you might experience, both in the way that we interview people and in the way that we ultimately select them.
From the Project Review to the Interview Caucus, learn about what it takes to join Merkle.