Careers at Leith
So you think you might want to work at Leith? Well then we want to hear from you. Whoever you are.
See, Leith isn’t one of those ad agencies where everyone dresses the same, listens to the same music and comes up with the same ideas. That’d be boring. Besides, we’ve got our own lives outside of work.
Leith is an agency that values varied perspectives; it’s not about changing yourself to fit in but about changing it to fit different people. Not only does that make for genuinely sound colleagues and an interesting day-to-day—it’s how we keep creating ace work year after year, and evolving our capabilities as we go.
Our pure brilliant employee perks
Pension plan with employer contributions, healthcare and childcare vouchers
Nobody’s chained to a desk, nor to a 9-to-5
Health insurance, with rewards for healthy living
We’re never done growing up
Cycle to Work Scheme
Good for the planet, good for our quads
Friday drinks trolley
Celebrate in style (whatever your style may be)
Free Edinburgh Filmhouse and Edinburgh Zoo tickets
On a boat!
1 day a year to accomplish, learn or otherwise do
Our gift to you
Digital Project Manager
We're on the lookout for a talented Project Manager to join our Digital team. If you're an exceptional communicator, have excellent project management skills and are excited about the prospect of working with the likes of Nando's, NatWest and The Famous Grouse, this might be the job for you.Read More
Account Director (Mat Cover)
Exciting times here at Leith. We have an Account Director role (maternity cover) available, starting in July.Read More
Nothing for you?
Stick it to the bureaucracy and get in touch anyway.Get in touch
Creativity is by definition non-traditional, so why would Leith only use traditional recruitment avenues? We advertise modern apprenticeships through Limelight Careers and GP Strategies and run a paid internship scheme known as 'The Hotdesk'. We're members of Edinburgh Council's JET Programme, and our relationship with Leith Academy enables us to offer work experience to local students, many from disadvantaged backgrounds.