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  • Boston, MA
  • Full Time
  • Experienced


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At AMP Agency, we’re all about creating unconventional ideas that grow brands. It’s our M.O. Our reason for being. Our purpose. But it’s not just what we do that sets us apart from the rest – it’s how we do it.

We believe in practicing what we preach. That’s why we use small, intensely integrated teams that foster a slew of skills sets, constantly question what we think we know, and reward resourcefulness and flexibility. 

As AMPers, it doesn’t matter if we’re designers, strategists, media managers or analysts. Creativity drives the work we do, no matter the task. It allows us to smooth out problems and connect ideas in new, unexpected ways. Fresh perspectives fuel our belief system. AMP is a space to voice your thoughts, share your opinions, and help us bring unique ideas to life. We can’t wait to see what we create together.

Our Core Beliefs:

  1. Openness:
  • Question Everything – AMPers don’t settle for the status quo, or take everything at face value - we’re constantly thinking critically and challenging our assumptions to see if there’s a smarter way.
  • Experiment Freely – AMPers are never afraid to stretch our imaginations and try something new, and we’re always open to the wild, out-there and unfamiliar
  • Invite New Perspectives – AMPers actively welcome opinions and perspectives from across disciplines and cultures to push thinking and help break through. 
  1. Empathy:
  • Listen First – We listen closely and with respect, then ask the right questions to learn more.
  • Prioritize People – We always operate with respect, acknowledge and support people’s lives outside of work, and empower them to grow and excel in everything they do.
  • Get Together – AMPers strive to harness the power of teamwork and are highly collaborative.
  1. Growth:
  • Be Hungry – We think outside of the scope of our client relationships and job responsibilities, and when we think something is finished we don’t stop - we go another step further. 
  • Always Find A Way – When we have a good idea, we always find a way to make it work in the name of growing our clients’ business, and our own.
  • Fail Forward – We turn failure into something useful, taking our knowledge and using it to grow and improve our skills, work and results.

About AMP Agency

AMP Agency is a full-service, integrated marketing agency with offices in Boston, New York, Seattle and Los Angeles. We're a team of creative minds, digital strategists, social and behavioral scientists and media experts that focus on creating contextually relevant consumer engagements across digital and physical brand experiences. We employ an "Insights Inspired, Results Driven" approach to design end-to-end marketing solutions for the brands with which we partner.

AMP Agency is committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. AMP is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people from all backgrounds and experiences to apply. AMP Agency does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age or other legally protected status. We prohibit harassment of applicants and employees based on any of these protected categories.

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