We know you’d probably rather be watching Girls or Game of Thrones than job searching. But to get a job at HBO? Well, that just might be worth turning off the TV for. The company takes such good care of its employees that your days at work might feel a little bit like enjoying your favorite show.
Let’s look at all the reasons we love watching HBO—and how you can reap those same rewards on the job at this amazing company.
To Experience Something New
Of course, one of the best things about sitting down for your favorite HBO programming is the breadth of stories, ideas, places, emotions, and more it allows you to experience easily.
As a company, HBO wants its employees to experience—and learn—just as many new things as its users. Learning and continued education is strongly encouraged and supported at HBO. The company offers a wide selection of instructor-led courses through its [email protected] Program—everything from Photoshop skills to management training to learning how to harness extroverted tendencies as an introvert—as well as partial tuition coverage for full-time employees seeking to continue their education.
There’s no end to what you can learn on the job at HBO.
To Engage With Some of the Best Creative Content
As a critically acclaimed innovator, ratings record-breaker, and multiple Golden Globe winner in the cable television industry, HBO is really content first. Viewers love it for that—and so do employees.
“The person I want to work with on my Feature Team would be someone who’s passionate about the content, a consumer of the product, and someone who’ll have the voice of the consumer during development,” shares Jenna D’Alba, the program manager of technology program management. The difference here? Instead of just passionately watching it, you’ll be able to passionately help make it.
To Get a Break
Of course, the biggest reason we all sit down to watch some HBO? To get a well-deserved break after a long day. Luckily, the company’s employees aren’t wanting for this, either.
HBO’s unique work-life balance culture supports long-term career success, allowing employees to manage and merge professional aspirations, personal commitments, and recreational interests. Whether it’s pursuing an advanced degree or spending quality time with family and friends, HBO wants its employees to experience healthy and fulfilled lives—on and off the job.
“Everyone—management and co-workers alike—promote living your life so you can experience great things and bring them back.” shares Olufemi Leverett, an account coordinator for marketing and creative services.
So, go ahead, check out HBO’s offices below and then find your next job there today. The company is especially excited about hiring interns for its impressive program.
And don’t worry—you can still watch your favorite shows, too.
Erin Greenawald is a freelance writer, editor, and content strategist who is passionate about elevating the standard of writing on the web. Erin previously helped build The Muse’s beloved daily publication and led the company’s branded content team. If you’re an individual or company looking for help making your content better—or you just want to go out to tea—get in touch at eringreenawald.com.More from this Author