Since you stopped by, please allow us to introduce ourselves.
We are Levelwing and we are first and foremost a people business. We have a team of Delightfully Offbeat, Digitally On Point professionals who are as unique and fun as they are talented. We create digital experiences that leverage data to help brands market with greater CLARITY and PROFITABILITY. We are also fortunate enough to work with some of the largest and most interesting brands in the world, such as AARP, Bridgestone, Mercedes-Benz and the United Nations, just to name a few. Best of all, we get to do our work from beautiful Charleston, South Carolina, named Best City in North America by Travel + Leisure.
At Levelwing, we have five guiding principles that provide our blueprint for success. Those principles are defined by the acronym LEVEL.
Leading through accountability and committing to always following through
Engaging in conversation and committing to communicating with intention
Validating everything and committing to always being accurate with the details
Epitomizing great client service and committing to always surprise and delight
Leveraging our vast expertise to always drive value
Do you have an interest in breaking into the dynamic Digital Marketing Industry? Do you love analytics? Are you a designer looking to work on some cool projects? Do you enjoy working with people? Have any good jokes to share? Reach out and say hello!
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We foster a culture rooted in commitment, creation, collaboration and most importantly, fun.
Our team has many differing backgrounds including lawyers, musicians, film directors, blacksmiths, mathematicians and marketers. It is these experiences of our team members that has helped forge a unique perspective on how we work each day and how we integrate as a team.
We have an open office environment that can be described as loud at times and booming with energy.
We have company talent shows (called “Let Your Freak Flag Fly”) that celebrate our teams many “unique” talents.
We built a community radio app that allows team members to express themselves via the music they play each day. We listen to the Stones. We listen to Biggie Smalls. We, unfortunately, listen to Britney Spears. However, the point is that we indeed listen and celebrate each team members’ uniqueness and individual tastes in music.
We have team events monthly. We have ongoing wellness challenges.
We work hard and we have fun.
If you geek out on things like data, analytics and digital media, we want you on our team!
Let's do this.
When Levelwing was formed, it was founded on the premise that there is always a better way to plan and manage digital media. While others in the industry were measuring impressions and clicks, we were using data and analytics to determine how best to capitalize on existing demand. You might say we were doing data before data was cool - which many considered nerdy. Today we still believe in using data to maximize our Digital Media initiatives and to power our decision-making and some of our clients have been quoted as saying, “these propeller heads know what they’re doing." We continually strive to find better ways of connecting intelligence, helping our client partners Achieve What Could Be™. We’re still nerds (cool ones) and we’re ok with that.
I worked at Levelwing full-time (More than a year)
When I joined, this was a company that was finding its footing as it underwent a period of transition and reorganization. During my time as an employee, I witnessed it stabilize, continue to grow, and change its culture for the better.
Levelwing was my first full-time position in marketing, and it far exceeded my expectations. I was provided opportunities to learn from experienced strategists and directors, present reports to clients directly and, most importantly, develop my professional skillset.
After several months as an analyst working in multiple digital channels, I joined the Creative Team where my interests and skills found their full expression. My time with that team was particularly fulfilling, and I’m very eager to see the work they put out in the future.
The office is full of smart and sociable employees. Most are under 30 and ambitious. I found that my coworkers (both analysts and directors) were almost always willing to chat and answer questions no matter how busy they were. At the least, they'd circle back in a day or two if pressed for time. It’s an open environment which makes it easy to learn from others and make friends.
There is a good benefits package provided. It includes a strong medical insurance plan, great PTO, holidays, and WFH.
I found management to be very open to communication and feedback. My voice was heard, and concerns/issues were addressed and resolved. At the end of the day, I felt very valued as a team member despite my junior level. I'm not saying it's the perfect work environment for everyone (what is?), but having management that listens and actively tries to make things better for you goes a long way. If you work hard it will be noticed.
Charleston is an expensive place to live and you won't have much financial wiggle room as an entry level hire. If digital marketing, though, is something that you're passionate about then there'll be opportunities for a bigger payday down the road.
Like many newer companies, it's an open-office plan so be ready for some noise. Having said this, people are conscious that it's a shared space and are generally respectful of each other. It's easy to tell when someone has a lot of work to do.
Advice to Management
Keep the positive momentum going. Continue to go beyond what's expected in communicating and interacting with the team – it makes it easy for us to contribute and grow. Excited to see where the company goes.
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Levelwing (Charleston, SC).
Phone call with "HR" (this person has no experience with HR)
Management interviews you for a position they know nothing about. They actually fail to comprehend anything about development or technology and frankly have no business expanding in this direction.
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