Noisy Little Monkey is fueled by exceptionally creative, funny, kind, hard working and curious individuals. We value authenticity, honesty and commitment. We like to learn.
It's not for everyone, but it is awesome.
This website and our social channels will tell you almost everything you need to know about us.
What’s not clear from the website is that we work hard. Despite all the social media shenanigans, we are hard working marketing professionals, who value collaborative working, focus and determination.
We maintain a balanced perspective and sense of fun. We don’t believe in presenteeism or macho working hours - we want rounded individuals with lives outside of work. However this is only possible by focused work during working hours.
But it is fun - you’ll be working with clever and funny colleagues from whom you can learn, and who will make you laugh. We are committed to your learning and development, whether that’s attending industry leading events, internal training courses or regular 1-1 coaching.
We are based in the Tobacco Factory, at the heart of beautiful, brilliant North Street. With secure bike storage, showers, a bar and theatre downstairs - it's a pretty amazing place to work.
We are committed to being an inclusive workplace - we aren’t perfect but are open to be challenged and educated about our unconscious bias. We love different points of view.
We are a small agency, so honestly the pay and benefits are never going to be the same as a large agency, but we are by no means stingy. You will get 20 days holiday plus bank holidays, we also have a ‘never work your birthday’ policy. We place a strong emphasis on personal and career development and have clear progression pathways. Also did we mention, it's a pretty amazing place to work.
If you want to learn more about us, then come to some of our events and see if you enjoy them or stalk us on social media :)
As a general rule we like to recruit into junior roles and nurture our team so that they fulfil their potential by growing into a role that they don’t even know they can do yet.
We employ interesting, clever, imaginative people that are at home with both words and numbers.
You might not know much about search, social or CRO yet, but you’ll be committed to learning and you must be able to demonstrate some prior interest and/or experience. We want to invest in you, so we need to be sure you know what you are getting into: we look for experience that demonstrates this love of digital, not specific skills.
The traits that are most important to us are a commitment to improving things, being great with people,being optimistic and are keen to grow your skills and knowledge. Digital marketing is something we can teach you.
The indoctrination into our way of working is intense and agency/sector experience may not necessarily help you. We are crazily concerned about your culture fit, but we are not looking for identikit people.
I’m in! How do I get a job?
Generally, we recruit to specific roles and we advertise these on our blog, social media and on the Bristol Media website. If you’d like to be notified when we are recruiting, then sign up for our recruitment email alert below or follow us on social media.
To improve your likelihood of being shortlisted for a role, we suggest you do the HubSpot Inbound Certification. We are a HubSpot partner agency, so this is at the very heart of what we do everyday. If you hate it then working for us won’t be for you. However, if the technology and approach excites and intrigues you, then you’ll get lots of opportunities to play and experiment with the HubSpot platform.
We tend to recruit to specific roles as this means we can recruit the best person, rather than the one that happened to make contact at the right time. Having said that we are definitely interested in speculative CVs from anyone who thinks they can add value to the business. To do this complete the form on this page.
Placements, Apprenticeships & Internships
Unfortunately we don’t run a placement or apprenticeship scheme. We are a small agency and it's just not feasible for us to do this.
We DO run a paid internship to support our conference - Digital Gaggle - twice a year in April and September. Again, the job details are published on our social media channels.