Mission: We are driven by a mission to make healthy behaviors easier and more appealing.
We’re thrilled to announce we’re on the Inc. 5000 list for the 9th year in a row. Thank you to our team, clients, and everyone passionate about making healthy behaviors easier and more appealing with us. Find out why this past year’s growth has been extra exciting on our blog: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQYMB #behaviorchange
Rescue is a full-service marketing company unlike any other marketing company. Driven by our mission to make healthy behaviors easier and more appealing, we provide services exclusively to organizations that share our mission.
While there are many ways to change behavior, our 13 years of experience in behavior change has led us to focus on three proven practices: knowledge change, policy change and culture change. Within each of these three practices we have developed a proprietary strategy to achieve change; HealthComm™ for knowledge change; Evolvement® for policy change and Social Branding® for culture change.
We first work with each client to clarify what they want to achieve; knowledge, policy or culture change. While each one can affect the other, one must be prioritized to build an efficient and effective plan. Formative research is always critical, and it occurs before or immediately after a type of change is defined. We call our proprietary formative research process the Functional Analysis for Cultural Interventions, or FACI™ for short.
Then, with formative research in hand, we develop a long-term program to achieve the targeted change. We avoid the term “campaign” because advertising campaigns are typically too short and focus more on getting attention than causing behavior change. Behavior change programs, on the other hand, are multi-layer marketing efforts, grounded in theory, guided by a logic model, and implemented using well-researched best practices.
Every program that we manage uses our HealthComm, Evolvement, or Social Branding strategy. Sometimes, our clients want to achieve multiple outcomes, so we develop multiple programs, each focused on one strategy to achieve one outcome.
With passionate team members, Rescue’s novel business model is thriving. Rescue has been one of San Diego’s 50 fastest growing companies ﬁve times and one of Inc’s 5,000 fastest growing companies in the US three times. Rescue is recognized nationally for its cutting edge youth social marketing, with multiple web, design, marketing, campaign effectiveness, and entrepreneurship awards.
There is no shortage of opportunity for Rescue to grow, but successful growth depends on more than just opportunity. Passionate and industrious individuals are needed to increase Rescue’s impact on social issues and to keep up with market demand. Working at Rescue is tough, requires you to think, sometimes requires nights and weekends, and depends on your ability to take initiative and learn quickly. If you can handle these demands, you will grow at Rescue and your hard work will positively beneﬁt young people. Team members with different backgrounds including marketing, design, public health, sociology, psychology, and promotions work synergistically at Rescue to cause social change. If you have the passion, skill, and dedication to help Rescue grow and succeed, you are invited to apply. A sense of accomplishment and contribution to society is just the beginning.
I have been working at Rescue | The Behavior Change Agency full-time
Extremely positive, friendly atmosphere
Give credit where it is due
Everyone loves each other--- all around wonderful company
Growing fast and there isn't enough space here in the San Diego Office
But growing is a good thing!
Advice to Management
Keep giving the recognition to those who deserve it, and continue treating your employees well. They will act well in return. You're doing a great job.
Started with a phone interview with a member of HR that was quickly followed up with an invitation for an in- person at the LA office. Due to my schedule, I had to push it out a week but they wanted me to come the following week. After that interview, I was called back for a second in-person interview (they called me the following day) and the interview was set up for the following week. Prior to the second interview, I was emailed two assignments I had 90 min to complete. One was a basic Excel test and the other was more about campaign analysis and strategy. During the second interview, I was expected to speak to both assignments. Everyone was nice and was very quick in responding. HR followed up after every interview within 24 hours. I had an offer within 2 hours of leaving my second interview.