Screen Pilot Prides Itself on Its Brag-Worthy Company Culture
Founded 10 years ago by Tom Dibble, Denver-based Screen Pilot has gone from a one-person, bedroom-based consultancy to a 15-person integrated digital marketing and media agency that’s known for its proactive customer service, stunning results, and brag-worthy team culture.
The team at Screen Pilot is dedicated to creating amazing campaigns for clients and making sure the work is done fast and well. “If you love working in fast-paced environments, being challenged, and constantly learning more about the digital space, there’s no better place to work than Screen Pilot,” explains Senior Account Coordinator Valerie Erwin.
In addition to all the incredible work it does, the company believes that a strong business is one where its employees have close ties with the community. Thus, Screen Pilot gives all employees three days of paid time off for volunteering, and it also works with local nonprofits to help them when they need it most.
But above all, Screen Pilot is dedicated to ensuring that its employees bond and appreciate one another. A big part of Screen Pilot’s year? Team Week, which involves several days of lunch excursions, games, and team-building exercises. One very memorable recent Team Week activity had employees locked in an escape room with a zombie, having to work together to find creative solutions to solve puzzles and challenges to unlock the door. How’s that for teamwork?
Zombies aside, this team culture is what keeps employees around for a long time. “Every day that I come into the office, I know I will be pushed by my co-workers—to grow, to learn, to be better at what I do. The passion around here is insane,” says Marketing Manager Sarah Harkness. “And the best part? We’re friends who can leave work at work and go out for drinks afterwards.”
Check out Screen Pilot’s offices, then go get your next job.
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