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30+ days ago

Digital Designer, entry level

Ogilvy PR Worldwide Washington, DC

and Skills: • Strong online portfolio that demonstrates creative interactive and graphic design skills, typography, storytelling and attention to… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

SAE Digital Designer (temporary through May)

Ogilvy PR Worldwide Washington, DC

and Skills: • Strong online portfolio that demonstrates creative interactive and graphic design skills, typography, storytelling and attention to… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Executive Vice President, Group Head-Social Marketing

Ogilvy PR Worldwide Washington, DC

Reporting to the President of Ogilvys Washington office, the Group Head of our Social Marketing Practice will lead a 40+ person team of professionals… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Flood Hazard Communications Professionals, multiple positions

Ogilvy PR Worldwide Washington, DC

Senior Flood Hazard Communications Professionals (Social Marketing, multiple positions) Ogilvy Washington Opportunity: Ogilvy Washington seeks Senior… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Account Supervisor, Social Marketing (multiple openings)

Ogilvy PR Worldwide Washington, DC

This position covers targeted media relations and partnership development to consumer and stakeholder audiences, materials development, and digital… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Digital Strategist, Account Executive

Ogilvy PR Worldwide Washington, DC

Ogilvy Washington is seeking a digital-savvy communications professional to join the Washington DC office as a Strategist on our Social@Ogilvy team… Beyond.com


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    a terrible place to work; BAD client service

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    Current Employee - Account Director  in  Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Account Director in Washington, DC

    I have been working at Ogilvy Public Relations full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    so many good people are leaving, and that is causing even the most moronic of the leaders to realize how bad they have steered this ship. some of the salaries for senior people are competitive.

    Cons

    no mentoring, no raises, backstabbing culture, extremely poor leadership starting at the top, suck up culture -- not merit-based, good people leaving in droves, poor client service is the inevitable result. salaries tend to be well below the industry average for junior and mid-level employees

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    leaders are awful and wont take advice. only hope is for parent WPP to wake up and remove the top leaders in the U.S.

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    Disapproves of CEO