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Q: How do I apply for a position at Landor?

A: Check out our open positions.

Q: How can I tell Landor that I am flexible regarding location?

A: You could show up at one of our offices with one of those old-timey suitcases with international city stickers plastered all over it. Or, you could simply indicate all the offices that interest you when you establish an online profile. By the way, you can apply for more than one role in a single office, or multiple roles across multiple offices.

Q: How do I know if you’ve received my resume?

A: You’ll get one of those wonderful automated emails telling you we have! However, if your qualifications match our current staffing needs, our human resources team will contact you to let you know that you’ve made the bonus round. Otherwise, we’ll keep your information on file for future opportunities.

Q: How do I know if a position is still open?

A: If it’s still on our website, it means we’re still looking for that one... special... person. Like that Lionel Ritchie song: Hello, is it you we’re looking for?

Q: Will I be notified if I’m not a match for a position?

A: Sure. We’ll probably call, invite you to dinner, and do the whole “It’s not you, it’s me” thing. Actually, due to the volume of applications, we contact only those individuals whose qualifications match our current staffing needs.

Q: May I submit my resume for a position that is not posted?

A: Depends on what you have in mind. Retail environment designer, yes. Belly dancer, no. There’s a button on our careers page that allows you to upload a general resume—that’s your best bet. But be aware that we generally post the positions we need to fill, so your chances are better if you fit one of those. If not, check back later—we post new career opportunities regularly.

Q: I’m a designer. Can I arrange to have someone look at my book?

A: You sure can. Attach a PDF of your work or include a link to your online portfolio when you apply online. For security and confidentiality reasons, please don’t drop books off at our offices, toss them through our car windows, or slip them under our bathroom stall walls. (Especially not the last one. That’s just creepy.)

Q: There is no Landor office near where I live. Are there opportunities to work remotely?

A: Possibly. Opportunities vary by office. We will contact you if there’s a potential fit for a position you’ve applied for. Then we can talk about flexible work schedules.

Q: Will you sponsor my work permit if I am not authorized to work in a particular country?

A: This is something that’s really not up to just us. Immigration rules vary by country. In some instances we will sponsor foreign nationals. But ultimately, it is not solely Landor’s decision.

Q: Are there ever opportunities to transfer between offices?

A: What? You haven’t even gotten the job yet, and already you want to move? Wow. Well, our hurt feelings aside, yes. Our mobility program includes cross-office partnerships, short-term assignments, and transfers.

Q: Do you have an internship program?

A: Yes, of course! We love interns. There’s a huge list of menial things that our regular employees simply refuse to do! (note from Jason in verbal branding: let’s edit that last sentence out before this QA goes live on the site. Thx.) Please visit our internships page for details.

Q: I work for a recruiting agency. How can I help Landor with its staffing needs?

A: You can recruit us some fashion consultants for our designers, for starters. Oh wait, you’re being serious. OK, contact the HR team at your nearest Landor office for guidance.

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