All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by CHI&Partners / The&Partnership employees based on 13 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.5/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.2/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
2.9/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
2.8/5
 
Company Culture:
4.2/5
 
Career Progression:
3.6/5
 
Colleagues:
4.2/5
 
Training:
4/5
 
Enjoyment:
2.8/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.5/5
 

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Industry: Arts & Media, Marketing Executive Department: New Business & Marketing Job Title: Graduate Marketing Manager

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Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Account Management Job Title: Account Coordinator

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Average start time: 9:00

Average end time: 18:30

Average number of working hours: 9.5

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Application Advice:

Read the application questions and spend time thinking about honest, fun, creative and unique answers to each of them. Let your personality shine through.

Interview Advice:

Have an opinion on our work - good or bad, and be prepared to explain why.

Graduate Marketing Manager, New Business & Marketing at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Application Advice:

Take time to review your application and really think about your answers.

Interview Advice:

Do a lot of prep on the agency's ads, as well as other ads and also on advertising industry as a whole. Be confident.

Account Executive, Account Management at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, be yourself, be good at listening to others.

Account Executive, Account Management at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are yourself and show your personality - in your answers and in your interviews.

Interview Advice:

Have an opinion on work in the industry - what you like, and what you don't. Show your enthusiasm and ask lots of questions!

Account Executive, Account Management at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Application Advice:

Take lots of time on the online application.

Proof your work 3 times - just one typo could cost you your interview.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know about current industry trends and challenges.

Have an opinion on agency ads and your favourite current comms.

Account Executive, Accounts: News UK and Kraft Heinz at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Application Advice:

Spend time and effort on your application as this is the first impression the agency will have of you. Make sure your answers are constructed in a professional and interesting way, and make sure you keep your answers concise and on topic.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, show confidence but not cockiness, make sure you have done your research on the company and their clients, as well as having a broad knowledge of the industry.

Account Coordinator, at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Application Advice:

Be ambitious. Be creative. Be interested. Be curious. Be you.

Marketing and New Business Executive, Marketing and New Business at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Application Advice:

Allow plenty of time to complete the application. Don't try to be 'too clever' with your answers, just speak honestly and from an informed perspective.

Interview Advice:

The assessment day looks for people who are easy to get along with and good to work with. Be relaxed, be yourself, and be aware of current campaigns and trends to draw on at interview.

Account Executive, at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Application Advice:

Agencies review loads of applications so think of ways to make yours stand out (keep it short, have fun, and showcase your personality).

Interview Advice:

As much as you can study up on the industry be prepared to talk about yourself - the interviewer will be keen to get to know you as a person and to work out how well you will fit into the agency.

That said it is still worth brushing up on your knowledge of the industry including current adverts and emerging trends. Have opinions on your favourite AND least favourite ads, as well as how you would progress with/improve them (try not to think of obvious examples; the brands you choose to discuss are a great way to showcase how you think and your interests).

Production Assistant, TV Production at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Application Advice:

Be confident, be yourself, be weird, always think out of the Box.
Nobody wants someone who thinks the same way as everyone else.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, be yourself, be weird, always think out of the Box.
Nobody wants someone who thinks the same way as everyone else.

Read a lot about advertising, know your favourite campaigns and creatives.

Know all CHI work, if you're lucky you will talk about someone about their campaign and then you will massage their ego.
Also don't be afraid to be critical, constructive criticism is always welcome.

Account Executive, Green Flag & Travelodge at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Application Advice:

Always triple check, spelling mistakes are a big no no. And don't try and cram everything you've ever heard about advertising into your answers. You often have limited word count, so a clear and succinct answer is best.

Interview Advice:

Always have a good question to ask your interviewer at the end. For example it could be why exactly they got into advertising or what is their favourite piece of creative and why? Its always good to show interest and there is nothing worse then the awkward silence when you're asked 'any questions?'.

Account Manager, Account Management at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Application Advice:

Try to show your unique personality by avoiding clichés and demonstrating some creative flair.

Be passionate, not only for the role you are applying for but for the industry as a whole.

Be confident in your greatest strengths.

Interview Advice:

Try to show as much enthusiasm as possible. You aren't expected to have endless knowledge about the job as a graduate so the best thing you can do is show that you are extremely keen to learn.

Don't panic, no-one is trying to trick you with their questions. Smart casual attire is fine.

Be prepared to think on your feet. They like to ask unusual questions that reveal a bit of personality.

Production assistant, TV Production at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Best:

Company culture.

Worst:

Long hours/pressured deadlines - but this is expected across the industry.

Graduate Marketing Manager, New Business & Marketing at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Best:

Culture and people

Worst:

Entry pay is very low

Account Executive, at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Best:

office culture/environment

Worst:

unpredictable work hours

Account Executive, Account Management at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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Best:

Working with amazing and talented people every day

Worst:

Low salaries - although there is opportunity for these to grow

Account Executive, Account Management at CHI&Partners / The&Partnership
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