Do your homework

We’re an ambitious organization, so we want to know how you can help us achieve our goals. That means knowing what we’re all about, and what you plan to bring to the table. 

Lay the groundwork

Why are you the best fit for the role you’re applying for? Think about the experience you’ve gathered, the skills you’ve learned, and the qualities you embody. 

Be yourself

We want to see the real you. What makes you tick? Don’t just tell us what you think we want to hear. Tell us what you think we need to hear. 

Prove your passion

We’re driven by innovation, and we love what we do. We want to feel that from you. What is it about us that makes you hungry to join us? We’ll be looking for an understanding of the challenges and opportunities we face and a real drive to be part of it all. 

Be ready

Our interviews are competency-based. So, do some test questions online. Make notes on what you’ve learned from your successes and your failures (we all have them). And get ready to tell us the stories behind some of your favorite achievements. 

Ask questions

This is your chance to ask more about us and what we can do for you. We’re curious, so we expect you to be too. And as we discover whether you’re the right fit for us, it’s just as important that you find out for sure that we’re the right fit for you. 

Beware of Job Scams

We advise all job seekers and candidates to be vigilant of potential job scams. Be aware that communication regarding your recruitment process at dentsu will come from official member(s) of the dentsu and/or Merkle recruitment team with respective corporate emails of or Visit our official website at for job listings and use caution when providing personal information. Note that legitimate dentsu recruiters may conduct interviews over Microsoft Teams or by phone, and not on Google Hangout. Offers of employment for dentsu will primarily be extended through Smart Recruiters via DocuSign, with limited exceptions. Should you encounter a recruitment process that claims to be for dentsu and/or Merkle but is not consistent with the above, please do not provide any personal or financial information. If you would like more information, or believe that you have been a victim of fraud, please contact the following authority: 

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