Days at Davis are spent strategizing, consulting with clients, brainstorming and helping to create communications that engage. To encourage creativity and forward thinking among our employees, we have a hands-off management style – yet, the support of strong leaders is a constant presence, and teamwork is a must.
Our ideal candidate is one with the confidence and motivation to seek solutions to client issues using creativity and sound marketing and advertising principles. Experience is a plus, but fast learners can also find plenty of room to excel.
Davis Advertising also strives to provide a great work/life balance through our benefits and flexibility, so you’re able to perform at your best without losing sight of your priorities. Davis is an equal opportunity employer and believes in the value of diversity in the workplace.
Davis Advertising is proud to be a part of the human resources world at large through participation in SHRM and other local groups and events. Our company supports participation in local and national community-building and fundraising events like the MS Walk.
Our office in Bala One Plaza is located on the edge of Philadelphia’s Main Line, just a few blocks from City Avenue, the Philadelphia county line. Outdoor parking is free.
We’re only one block away from bus service to Center City Philadelphia and the 69th Street Terminal in Upper Darby. SEPTA bus routes 1, 44 and 65 stop at City Line Avenue and King’s Grant Road, the closest stop to Davis. The R6 Regional Rail Line stops at Bala Cynwyd station, approximately 8 blocks away from our office.
If you want to further your education, St. Joseph’s University is a few minutes away. St. Joe’s offers undergraduate degree programs, accelerated degree programs, an Executive MBA program, and other credit and non-credit programs in various fields of study.
For fun, head to nearby Manayunk and sample the local art galleries, restaurants, bars and shops – a tempting lunch getaway, it’s less than 5 minutes away by car.
Your commute may even take you through Philadelphia’s scenic Fairmount Park. In good weather, you may decide to share a ride to a picnic lunch near the Horticultural Center or the Japanese House.