Whether you’re looking for full-time employment, a freelance position or maybe you’re a photographer, we are always interested to hear from talented, passionate, like-minded people. We love our location on the south coast and the lifestyle it offers, plus we are lucky to work for some truly amazing brands and clients. If you would like to work with us, please send a copy of your CV along with a covering email to [email protected].
We are looking to fill the following, so if you are a team-player with a willingness to muck in and get the job done, enthusiastic with the appropriate skills and a sense of humour then you could be just what we are looking for.
Working at MindWorks is different, we are an employee owned business. Every single permanent colleague owns the company. Whether you’ve become an experienced member of the team or a starter, we all work together to deliver to our clients the best work possible, for some of the best brands in the world. Our team consists of talented, enthusiastic and passionate individuals who are not only committed to their career but enjoy what they do. Our values are at the core of everything we do with the underlying belief that good people are worth keeping and nurturing. Over half of our team have been here for more than five years and a third more than ten – a statistic we are proud of. Following are comments from not just permanent members of the team, but also from one of our freelancers, a group of people we also regard as an integral part of the MindWorks family.
After starting in the agency’s Production department 10 years ago, I have been promoted a number of times – and now work as a Senior Account Manager and sit on the Board as the Employee Representative.
Early on, I decided I’d like to specialise in PR and Events and I have had the full backing of the management team with this. I have worked in PR and Events roles for the past 10 years – starting on the very basics and working my way up to my current role as Senior Account Manager for clients including Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and Lloyd’s Register. I have been given many opportunities to further my career, including training for professional qualifications alongside my job – most notably achieving a post-grad CIPR Diploma in Public Relations.
As well as this, I have been encouraged to lead on key projects for clients, including organising a number of high-profile press and staff conferences, working on product launches and social media campaigns – and organising family fun days for 4000 people!
I love working here – I’ve developed supportive and long-standing friendships with my colleagues and, most recently, in line with our employee-owned status, I was thrilled to be voted onto the Board by my colleagues as their Employee Representative. Here’s to the next 10 years!
As a freelance photographer, you really rely on your client relationships. MindWorks are always more than fair, really organised and work in a totally cooperate manner - they go out of their way to make me feel part of the team. I think because of their experience and the length of their relationships with their clients, they have a depth of knowledge that really helps me as a photographer to deliver what their clients need.
For me, becoming an EOB is all about opportunities. Our transition to an employee ownership has been universally well received by our existing and potential clients, as well as our suppliers, and I’ve found that it has sparked lots of interesting conversations. Moreover, I believe it gives us lots of opportunities for future success, which makes this a really exciting time to work for the company.
MindWorks is an employee owned business. We are owned by each and every one of our colleagues through shares which are held collectively in an employee trust. Together everyone has an input into how the company is run and everyone shares in its success.
We are very proud of our accreditation against the Investors in People Standard. The achievement demonstrates that we understand that our colleagues are our greatest asset and it's them that make the difference. Investors in People is a global standard in recognition of commitment to high performance through good people management by defining what it takes to lead, support and manage people well for sustainable results. MindWorks first gained the accreditation in August 2003 with the most recent successful reassessment in July 2018.
MindWorks is an equal opportunity employer and values the diversity of our workforce. We are committed to eliminating unlawful discrimination and encouraging diversity amongst our colleagues. Our aim is that our colleagues will be as truly representative of all sections of society as possible and that each and every colleague feels respected, valued and able to give their best. Selection for employment, promotion and training will be on the basis of aptitude and ability. All colleagues will be helped and encouraged to develop their full potential.