As the classic ad saying goes, “Nobody ever bored anyone into buying anything.” And we couldn’t agree more. That’s why we don’t just ‘do ads’. We focus on building our clients’ long-term brand equity.
We see creativity as a powerful business tool for our clients – one of the last legal means of gaining an unfair advantage over competitors. We live this creative philosophy for all of our clients.
We work hard to stay small, which means we are deliberately low on bureaucracy and deliberately high on collaboration, with a passion for solving complex problems, strategically and creatively.
We have one of the strongest advertising and branding teams in Canada. And not accidentally, they include some of the nicest people you’re likely going to find anywhere. They care about each other and about the work. And here at the most easterly point in North America, in one of the most creative places in Canada, we take that to heart.
If this sounds like the kind of place you’d like to work, we’d love for you to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and say hello. If something comes up that’s a fit, we’ll be in touch.
Director of First Impressions needed.
We’re looking for a Receptionist / Administrative Assistant to join one of Canada’s top creative agencies.
In this position, you’ll be the face and voice of Target. As the first point of contact, you’ll greet agency clients and guests with a professional image, screen and direct phone calls, and more, all while balancing the need to perform general administrative duties. As part of the Administrative team, you’ll assist other departmental staff and provide effective and efficient administrative support including word processing, data entry, research, and other duties (such as coordinating travel arrangements) as required. You’ll coordinate and book meetings and assist in keeping the work area and designated meeting rooms organized and tidy. You’ll sort mail, liaise with couriers, and maintain the office filing system.
At Target, we play as hard as we work and vice versa. That hard work – and the ability to be supportive and work well with others – is encouraged and rewarded. Our culture is also unbeatable. We have fun, take pride in our work as one of the most awarded agencies in Canada, and welcome smart, talented people who want to do the same.
Our philosophy is simple: Hire the best people. Select the best clients. Do the best work. If you feel like we’re the right fit for you, drop us a line at email@example.com
Creatives Wanted for Canada’s Inaugural Small Agency of the Year.
Target, Canada’s Inaugural Small Agency of the Year, is looking for Creatives. Senior Art Directors, established Designers, and seasoned Creative Directors — we’re talking to you.
We’re looking for people who love making their Moms proud, just as much as they love making incredible ideas come to life and winning shiny trophies. Something we have plenty of, by the way, London International Awards to Gold Lions. In fact, we’re just one of 16 agencies in Canada to win a Gold Lion.
Uniquely positioned in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador — widely known as the most creative city in Canada — we proudly consider ourselves outsiders from typical ad agencies. Being independently owned and operated, we’re about as far from a multinational and bureaucracy as you can get. We’re a tight family of strategists, writers, designers, producers, innovators, planners, and creative problem solvers. We strongly believe that creative is not a department on a business card – it’s a way of seeing the world.
So, if you’d like to see the world our way, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to chat.
Senior Art Director needed for Canada’s Inaugural Small Agency of The Year.
Not just any Senior Art Director, though. We’re looking for a great human being equipped with the talent and insight to wow our clients, while at the same time keep us winning all those big shiny awards. After all, we all want to make our moms proud, don’t we?
The best part is that you’ll be working in one of North America’s most creative cities — St. John’s is an off-kilter place, bursting with writers, storytellers, musicians, and artists of all stripes. There are worse ways to spend your workday than inside a restored heritage building, mere steps from historic St. John’s Harbour.
Target, now entering its 40th year, is a proudly independent creative ad agency, and is perhaps best known for its brand and advertising campaigns for Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism. Since 2005, Find Yourself has become widely recognized as the most successful and most awarded tourism and destination marketing campaign in North America.
So, what do you say, want to come help us win Small Agency of The Year again in 2021?
(Act now, and we’ll throw in your very own time zone.)
What’s in it for you? Ample opportunities to create industry-leading digital experiences. And plenty of perks. Like education opportunities to help refine your craft. A fitness allowance to help keep your work-life balance, well, balanced. There might even be the chance to have your work recognized internationally at award shows like The Webbys, Applied Arts, Communication Arts, or Cannes. Did we mention the beer fridge? It’s well-stocked.
Truth to be told, we’ve been at this for a while. So, our philosophy is simple: Hire the best people. Select the best clients. Do the best work. If you feel like we’re the right fit for you, drop us a line at email@example.com.
One of the few independents left in Canada, Target is an award-winning, full-service advertising, communications, and brand architecture firm based in St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador – one of the oldest and most creative cities in North America. We’ve been repeatedly named one of Canada’s Top 10 creative agencies, and are one of only 15 agencies in Canada to ever win a Gold Lion at the Cannes International Advertising Festival.
Target delivers an integrated package of in-house services covering strategic planning, advertising creative and production, branding, design, digital and social media, website development, media planning and buying, and public relations and publicity programs.