Work with us – we love new talent and welcome approaches from anyone wanting to work in new business development.

Join our team

Creative Agency Secrets specialises in training and teaching – both for our clients and for our staff.

Working here you’ll get to work on a diverse range of client projects from ‘business to business’ to ‘business to consumer’ brands.  We’ve had clients in industries ranging from high technology to farming and education to beauty products for men.

We welcome applicants with experience from a range of marketing and sales disciplines – tell us your experience and we’ll see if we can fit your skills into our team.

Job Vacancies

Marketing Intern 

Working with us you will learn how to run a website, e-retail shop, blog, email marketing, database management and public relations.

If you want to get a career in marketing but haven’t found yourself a job – this will get you a first position on your CV and some experience that will stand you in good stead.

A marketing, communications, business studies degree and an interest in the internet is essential. No prior knowledge of websites, blogs or online marketing is needed – full training provided.

How to apply for jobs or freelance work

Send us your CV and a covering letter detailing 2 recent projects you’ve worked on: what worked well for these projects and what was not so good and what you’d change or improve if you did it again.

Internships

We regularly offer internships to students and graduates who want to learn the trade.  With us you’ll both learn the fundamentals of how to win more business and also get to work on client projects.  Our internships can be one day per week or full time during the university holidays.

Our former interns have won permanent jobs at agencies such as

  • Vivaki – Publicis Groupe’s internal R&D team
  • .99 – the Omnicom retail advertising agency
  • Zeald – leading website design for business
  • Creative Agency Secrets – yes we employ many of our own interns

Read what you could learn in 9 months working here – by a former intern. Or for those thinking short-term, read what a Swedish intern learnt in his 3 months in New Zealand.

How to apply for internships

Working with us you will learn how to run a website, e-retail shop, blog, email marketing, database management and public relations.

If you want to get a career in marketing but haven’t found yourself a job – this will get you a first position on your CV and some experience that will stand you in good stead.

An interest in the internet is essential and a marketing, communications, business studies degree is optional. No prior knowledge of websites, blogs or online marketing is needed – full training provided. An interest in sport (rowing) is an advantage.

Send your CV and one page describing an event you ran (party, event, gig etc) what you did to market and promote it, the tools and techniques you used, what worked and what didn’t work and the outcomes.