We could call it an Office Junior, but it wouldn't do the opportunity justice. That is where you’ll start - but everyone has to start somewhere. This is your chance to get a first job that your friends will envy. 

You might be a graduate; you might not. But if you’re smart, ambitious, hungry and able to make yourself useful, then you’ll have the opportunity to progress into one of the wide range of roles that make our team our team.

You’ll be supporting an incredible team of designers, strategists, creatives, analysts and researchers in delivering some of the most incredible projects for a global client base that is second to none. Yes, you'll need to answer the phone, support the wider team and do some things that we all have to do at the start of our careers for a bit. 

But once you've got that cracked, you'll be getting incredible experience with some of the best brands in the entire world. Our company researches, plans, solves, designs, builds, codes, activates and innovates right across the family market. And we need you.


Super organised

Friendly and helpful

Flexible and able to prioritise an ever-changing to-do list

Detail-oriented and accurate

Trustworthy and reliable


Articulate and a good communicator

Good with English (verbally and written)


The role reports directly to the Operations Director so you’ll always be close to the action. There’s a wide range of things you’ll need to do. We've listed the good ones and the bad ones so that you know what you’re getting into. And don’t worry. We’re not expecting you to have done any of this before, and we will be giving you all the training you need.

Monitoring stationery supplies and placing orders.
Keeping kitchen tidy and well stocked
Making sure our commitment to sustainability is upheld around the office
Arranging overseas and UK couriers, recycling collections
Assist with travel when required - booking planes, trains, automobiles and accommodation
Assist with invoicing
Arrange invoice authorisation, reconcile credit card statements and petty cash
Booking meeting rooms
Meeting/greeting visitors and offering refreshments
Keeping meeting rooms tidy and prepared for meetings
Arrange catering for meetings
Answering main phone number/taking messages
Open and distribute incoming posts/despatch outgoing post.
Purchase furniture, office equipment purchase
Ensuring the smooth running of the office environment, including lighting, heating, air-conditioning, and cleaning, to ensure a safe, comfortable place of work

Above and beyond this, and if you show initiative, you’ll be asked to get involved in lots of projects to support the wider team. In this way, we hope that you’ll start to understand the company and discover where your personal passion and abilities lie. And then, the idea is that you grow into one of those positions.

Here’s the thing, we’re not going to look at applications that do not have a cover letter. You need to tell us why we should interview you and what you’ll bring to the company, not least because we’d like you to grow and develop with us. So, if you’d like to work in the world’s leading marketing services agency that focuses on the family market doing the kinds of projects many only ever dream of, get in touch…FAST.  


We think we’re about as competitive as it gets, and we’re committed to doing all we can to make work the very best experience for everyone.

  • We pay well, and we have high-quality, free health insurance
  • There’s a company pension scheme, and yes, you do need to be thinking about it now
  • 20 days of holiday, plus all Bank Holidays (obviously), and we’re totally closed over Christmas and New Year, which is five extra days of holiday
  • If you wake up feeling like you want to put your head under the covers then you can because we offer a duvet day and also a birthday day off- so it’s really 27 days holiday in total
  • We clock off a bit early on a Friday
  • We invest in you. Structured training opportunities and development plans that make you an expert. No, really
  • Free food, drink and goodies in the office. You need never buy breakfast again. And yes, there is a beer and wine fridge too.
  • We are committed to a healthy work-life balance
  • Amazing opportunities for career progression - you will get to do things your peers dream of
  • We’ve got a lovely cycle-to-work scheme if you love a bike ride
  • And finally, the work, strange but true. Working with children and family audiences is all about making a business fun, and if you let it, it can be. Take a look at our site to see the kinds of things we do…and there are tonnes more that we have to keep quiet about. Some of it will blow your mind.


Kids Industries (KI) was the very first agency to specialise in the family market and is recognised as the leading global Research, Strategy and Creative Agency in the sector - focusing exclusively on the most exciting, engaging and imaginative audience segment.

Our vision is to make every family smile more. This means putting the family first in everything we do. We consistently deliver the Strategic and Creative expertise that makes fulfilling life experiences for children and families right around the world.

We’re a dedicated team of researchers, marketers, designers, developers, strategists, geeks, and psychologists, all pulling together to make new things for the family every single day. We work globally with current projects live in 12 countries.

Our clients come from all sectors - FMCG, Entertainment, Edtech, Non-Profit, Travel & Leisure, Gaming and Toys and there’s probably not a children’s character you can think of that we’ve not played a part in. We’ve built global websites, no1. apps, award-winning hotels for the family, developed new TV stations, created new cereals, designed the interior of cruise ships, planned theme parks, launched new products and researched just about everything under the sun. We want to create award-winning work, but we also want to make sure everyone has a nice time whilst we do it, so you’ll find us working just as hard on our culture and our values as we do on our projects.

We will NOT look at applications without an accompanying covering letter.