We bring together best-in-practice specialists in advertising, public relations, digital and research creating work teams to help us solve some of the most complicated challenges around. It takes true experts that listen and ask questions to solve marketing and communication problems…and a lot of hard work. Ready to roll up your sleeves and get started?
Please send your resume, portfolio and any additional information requested to firstname.lastname@example.org. If we select you as a potential candidate, we will contact you and ask that you complete an Anthology Application. If appropriate, an interview may be scheduled at that time. We apologize that we are unable to respond to all applicants.
Did we say we’re located in beautiful Hawaii? Yes, we did and unfortunately we do not offer relocation assistance. If you are already planning a visit or move to Hawaii, please let us know when and we will determine the steps from there.
Anthology Marketing Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Billing Specialist is responsible for the day-to-day accounting duties involving invoicing/billing, accounts receivable, reconciling project budgets and billable expenses. Read More
The Account Executive is responsible for the day-to-day representation of the company to assigned clients and maintains highly responsive service orientation. The Account Executive will be responsible for developing and maintaining strategic marketing goals and assuring that the right solutions are provided to clients. Read More
The Broadcast Coordinator is responsible for overseeing all broadcast production – video, radio, still shoots – from concept to completion. The coordinator will provide administrative and production support for the Broadcast Team. Read More
The Copywriter is responsible for utilizing a client’s advertising brief and generating original copy ideas that grab the attention of the target audience, generating the words/slogans/scripts for advertising materials and contributes to creating the concepts on which these materials are based Read More
Position Summary: The Project Coordinator will assist the project management team with managing projects through the digital project life cycle with the goal of keeping projects within scope and budget. The job will include creating and managing delivery schedules, monitoring daily progress of a project and gathering and documenting project results. Read More
The Senior Account Executive is responsible for the day-to-day representation of the company to assigned clients and maintains highly responsive service orientation. The Senior Account Executive will be responsible for developing and maintaining strategic marketing goals and assuring that the right solutions are provided to clients. Read More
To build all things web and mobile in addition to implementing the latest technology to solve difficult business challenges. Read More
Anthology Marketing Group is currently looking for Research Interviewers to work in our modern downtown Honolulu call center or at other locations such as the Honolulu International Airport or Waikiki. Read More
Geared toward college juniors and seniors pursuing a degree in a related field, internship opportunities at Anthology put you right in the thick of it. You will work closely with staff and gain valuable hands-on experience that any future supervisor will appreciate. Perhaps even one within our own walls.
Anthology internships are available in a number of areas, but are subject to availability each term. Specific internship requirements, responsibilities and expected outcomes may vary. Applications and other requested materials will be reviewed on a rolling cycle or by specified deadlines. Only selected candidates will be contacted for interviews. Welcome to the “real world”.
Internships are unpaid and can be completed for college course credits. To apply, submit a completed application, resume and cover letter to email@example.com. These can also be sent via fax (808.531.0089) or mail (1003 Bishop Street, 9th Floor, Honolulu, HI 96813) ATTN: HR.
Upon completion of this internship, interns will have acquired and become familiar with the basic skills required for an entry-level position in public relations. Interns are expected to put in at least 8 hours per week (max of 19 hours per week).
Interns are expected to put in at least 8 hours per week (max of 19 hours per week). Primary learning objectives include assisting with account and project-related communication, understanding and managing client expectations, building relationships, determining project scope, project scheduling and budgeting, as well as understanding digital marketing practices and the digital development process across a variety of client initiatives.
Digital experience design interns will become familiar with the design and development process behind web, mobile and email marketing efforts at the enterprise-level. Hands-on opportunities in content strategy, visual design, animation and HTML/CSS included. Interns are expected to put in at least 8 hours per week (max of 19 hours per week).