Recruitics continues to grow as we welcome industry-leader Bruce Carey as our new Creative Director. Carey led a redesign of the Recruitics website with a focus on talent and will help strengthen our service offerings, enabling us to continue providing our clients with the best talent attraction solutions in the industry.
Recruitics is proud to announce that Bruce Carey has joined our team as Creative Director, leading the launch of our new website as we continue to strengthen our recruitment marketing solutions and Four Pillars of Talent Attraction offerings. The new website design, spearheaded by Carey, focuses on our in-house team of expert recruitment marketers. These moves were the next step in Recruitics’ continued growth and development as a full-service agency and leader in the recruitment marketing industry.
Carey brings more than 28 years of ad agency experience to the Recruitics creative team, most recently as Creative Director for recruitment advertising agency Wunderman Thompson Employ (previously JWT INSIDE) for the past 12 years. He has worked with an extensive list of the world’s leading employers, such as T-Mobile, Hulu, Samsung, Microsoft, Bloomberg, Mary Kay, Nestlé, Nissan, Paramount Pictures, and more, and he has led creative employer branding solutions for clients that have received more than 51 industry awards in the past decade.
“What inspires me the most is the opportunity to create ideas that have great purpose in the lives and careers of people everywhere,” says Carey. “At the heart of every story is an idea, and I look forward to creating engaging stories with my new team that help connect talent and great companies.”
With a background rooted in graphic design, Carey has crafted inspiring and award-winning recruitment videos, employer branding campaigns, websites, careers sites, and recruitment advertising campaigns.
“Bruce is a brilliant Creative Director, and we are thrilled to have him join our team,” says Recruitics’ CEO, Josh Gampel. “We are dedicated to supporting our clients in all of their talent attraction needs and are constantly striving to innovate our creative offerings. Employer branding continues to be a growing area of importance for companies, and we’re excited for the level of expertise Bruce will bring in this area.”
Carey’s first major initiative as Creative Director at Recruitics was to partner with the internal marketing team to refresh the agency’s brand and website for 2020. The new website better aligns our talent attraction solutions for users, offering more recruitment marketing resources and other valuable thought-leadership content, while showcasing the many talented expert recruitment marketers that make up the agency team.
The refreshed website says, “Driven by data. Powered by people.” and embodies our core strengths—award-winning recruitment marketing analytics and programmatic job advertising technologies, supported by the industry’s largest team of experts dedicated to helping our clients attract and hire great talent.
“The primary goal of updating our website was to highlight our people that are behind the brilliant recruitment media strategies, programmatic innovations, and creative talent attraction solutions for leading employers around the world. We believe the refreshed brand demonstrates that our clients trust us as true partners and how we are seen as extensions of their talent acquisition teams,” says Adriana Kevill, SVP of Marketing at Recruitics.
Posted by Emily Tanner
Emily is the VP of Marketing at Recruitics. With over 8 years of industry experience, Emily has worked on both the client side and the business side of marketing, partnering with top enterprise customers on their talent acquisition and recruitment marketing strategies as well as developing inbound content marketing plans, paid advertising campaigns, lead generation initiatives for Recruitics. A true data nerd at heart, Emily finds joy in analyzing deep performance metrics and finding the story in the numbers. When not working on marketing strategies or in Excel documents, you can find Emily hanging with her husband and son and their 3 dogs.