We work with amazing local clients and a number of the world's most recognized brands — not too bad for a little agency that began in a home office. We've come a long way, but never lost focus on what matters most: results. We could say we're an advertising agency, but that doesn't seem to cover it. We've tackled everything from brochures to websites, created logos, radio and TV spots and guerilla marketing tactics. It's not so much about what we do, it's what you need.

  • We think clients deserve our full attention and have earned our full respect. Marketing works best as a partnership between a company which knows how to actually help you sell something and you.
  • Everybody says they have great client or customer service. But in many cases, you don’t know the truth until it’s too late. At Signature, we believe that every one of our clients should be treated as if they were our only client.
  • At Signature, we understand who the client is, so we listen. We're not saying that the client is always right, but the client is always the client.
  • You want it when? We don't know why anyone would be in this business and not expect to have to move quickly. At Signature, we know that the world is moving faster and faster. So instead of fighting tight deadlines, we’ve embraced them.
  • Not only do we believe that the client deserves more than one creative or strategic option, we also believe in taking our clients’ ideas seriously.
  • Here’s a twist: you pay for it – you own it. That’s right. We’re not interested in maintaining ownership of anything but a strong portfolio of satisfied clients.
  • We believe you deserve to know and authorize how much you’re spending every step of the way. We’ll provide cost estimates and agree in writing how much of your money we’re going to spend before we ever get started on your project.

    • Mark Henry

      President/CEO

      Mark overcame the hardship of growing up with two first names to become one of the founding partners of Signature Advertising. Besides turning on the agency's "ON" button every morning, Mark is active in the community, serving on the boards of Memphis in May, Page Robbins and the University of Memphis Journalism Alumni Association.

      > Administration

    • Charles Marshall

      Chief Idea Officer

      One of the founding partners of Signature, Charles wears a lot of hats at the agency; you probably think that means that he does a lot of different jobs, but actually, he just really, really likes hats. When not trying on new fedoras, he keeps busy helping oversee the creative work being done at Signature.

      > Administration

    • Kevin Miller

      Creative Director, Partner

      At the top of Kevin’s list of special skills is juggling and parallel parking. And we’ve seen first-hand how he puts those skills to use. With his final say on all the work done in the department, he does a great job of juggling projects and not smashing egos or fenders.

      > Creative

    • Brian Tisdale

      Director of Account Services, Partner

      Brian’s been in the ad game for most of his professional career, which makes him a qualified human relations expert (with a little bit of magicianship tossed in for good measure). We asked Brian to describe himself in two words, and he said, “Bon Jovi.” We asked for three more words, and he said, “more Bon Jovi.”

      > Account Services

    • Erica Klinger

      VP, Marketing OmniChannel Strategy

      When she’s not kayaking, mountain biking or downing a cup of Joe, Erica’s fantasizing about the latest interactive marketing strategies. And with her bordering-on-intense levels of craftiness and persistence, we’ve determined that Erica’s spirit animal is a honey badger – a kinder, gentler honey badger who also loves kids and non-profits.

      > Administration

    • John Mooney

      Director of Digital Media

      John, first and foremost, is a man of detail. Programming systems, cutting-edge social media platform, complicated coding — he somehow manages to fit it all inside his brain. Which is even more amazing when you consider how much of his brain is filled with Batman knowledge.

      > Digital Media

    • Ty Deal

      Senior Account Manager

      Ty Deal enjoys two things in life: the satisfying thwack of a perfect tee shot and making up inappropriate song lyrics for everyday situations. He wishes he could do more of the former, but really makes up for it with the latter.

      > Account Services

    • Karen Parks

      Senior Creative Manager

      With a resume that includes oil painting, jazzercise instructing, slalom water skiing and first-class grandmothering, Karen proves that she has the right skills to keep the creative department running smoothly every day. And, as anyone can tell you, that’s quite an accomplishment.

      > Creative

    • Leslie Northam

      Controller

      When you’ve got an office full of creative types, you need at least one person who’s responsible enough to keep track of the really important business-y stuff. That person is Leslie. She makes sure the lights stay on and IRS stays off our back. Because we’re creative types, and we have no idea how to do any of those things.

      > Administration

    • Daniel Swink

      Director of IT

      Danny is our resident IT guru. He spends his days fixing our computers, while we spend our days screwing them up. Did we also mention that he’s incredibly patient?

      > Administration

    • Tino Acchiardo

      Account Manager

      Although Tino came to the U.S. as child, he really considers himself a citizen of the world. Anyone who meets him will immediately find themselves engaged in lively conversation often concerning family, travel, film, food or wine — sometimes all at once. He’s also a great resource for some killer Chilean recipes.

      > Account Services

    • Joe Walz

      Account Manager

      Joe loves ‘Mad Men’, Boyz II Men and ‘Of Mice and Men.’ Actually, we made up that last part, but he did dabble in high school theater. When he’s not kicking ass and taking names in the advertising world, Joe enjoys hugging his wife and high-fiving his daughter.

      > Account Services

    • Erin Liddle

      Associate Account Manager

      Without coffee, Erin claims to be a non-functioning human being. With coffee, she has superhuman abilities that let her see into the future of deadlines, schedule meetings in the blink of an eye and save clients from bad advertising. It’s all in a week’s work as a super associate account manager. When she’s not working, Erin enjoys mountain biking and being outside. Erin is an instant superhero; just add coffee.

      > Account Services

    • Anna Mallett

      Workflow Manager

      We knew all there was to know about Sweden…Abba, fish-shaped candies and Stieg Larsson crime novels. Then we met Swedish native, Anna Mallet. Turns out they also have meatballs, an unintelligible Muppet and really safe cars. But our favorite import is Anna herself, a diligent, quick-thinking and resourceful workflow manager who bears no resemblance whatsoever to Pippi Longstocking.

      > Workflow

    • Florencia Carrillo

      Art Director

      Flo is our very talented, off-site designer. Throughout the years, our office has stayed in Memphis, while she’s lived in exotic locales like Brazil and Mexico. We’ve asked her several times to host off-site company retreats, but to no avail.

      > Creative

    • Jeremy Paine

      Production Artist

      Not only is JP a Production extraordinaire, he’s also computer genius. You’d never know it, though — he’s way too humble to brag about himself (we’re happy to do it for him). In his down time, you can catch him reading fantasy and sci-fi novels, as well as preparing for the inevitable zombie apocalypse.

      > Creative

    • Adrienne Mask

      Art Director

      Adrienne enjoys traveling, photography, reading and art, which makes sense, considering the whole ‘art director’ thing. She’s also an accomplished gymnast (we keep asking her to perform floor routines around the office, but she refuses).

      > Creative

    • Cathy Reece

      Senior Art Director

      Cathy’s no stranger to a challenge. She successfully raised two rugby-obsessed teenage boys while attending college (graduating cum laude, no less), so she’s got the perfect balance of perseverance and sheer toughness. She’s a great addition to the Signature scrum — she’s got great ideas, and she’s not afraid to throw an elbow to get her point across.

      > Creative

    • Daniel Scruggs

      Copywriter

      When we asked Daniel to write his own bio, he was reluctant at first, but then the power went to his head. Daniel recently received the Writer’s Star, a prestigious medal awarded for writing above and beyond the call of duty. His line of work is a dangerous one, but he strives to be the bravest and most creative copywriter at Signature. He also lifted a bus off of a puppy once.

      > Creative

    • Arick Elion

      Motion Graphics Specialist

      Arick is the eternal optimist. He never shies away from any challenge and revels in complicated motion graphics projects. And, of course, no Signature workday is complete without a fist bump from Arick.

      > Creative

    • Tom Weis

      Production Manager

      When he’s not downing entire rotisserie chickens for a lunchtime snack, Tom enjoys running off those rotisserie chicken calories. Seriously. He ran over 3,000 miles last year, the distance from New York to Los Angeles. Keep on snackin’, Tom.

      > Production

    • Max Karimnia

      Digital Media QA Manager

      App designer. Award-winning video game developer. Hot sauce connoisseur. These are just a few phrases to describe man-about-town Max. He also knows three yoyo tricks — but just three. Don’t ask him to do any more than that.

      > Digital Media

    • Jonathan Riley

      Senior Programmer

      Jonathan loves Rubik’s cubes and hockey. The Rubik’s cube hobby certainly comes in handy around the office, considering he works in the problem-solving world of web development. The hockey part? Not so much.

      > Digital Media

    • Kenny Wilson

      Web Developer

      Kenny enjoys gaming and pancakes. That’s pretty much it. No, we kid. He also enjoys listening to Rush, eating ice cream and planning elaborate casino heists.

      > Digital Media

    • Brett Gaither

      Digital Specialist

      Like a good millennial, Brett spends his day in front of computers, as well as fielding constant questioning from older colleagues about “what kids are into these days.” Which is NBA 2K13, apparently.

      > Digital Media

    • Michele Petty

      Receptionist

      There is no hell in this Michele. When you step off the elevator, the first smiling face you see at Signature is Michele’s. She spends her days handling phone calls, business inquiries, nervous breakdowns and endless compliments on her red hair.

      > Administration

    • Mark Henry

      President/CEO

      Mark overcame the hardship of growing up with two first names to become one of the founding partners of Signature Advertising. Besides turning on the agency's "ON" button every morning, Mark is active in the community, serving on the boards of Memphis in May, Page Robbins and the University of Memphis Journalism Alumni Association.

      > Administration

    • Charles Marshall

      Chief Idea Officer

      One of the founding partners of Signature, Charles wears a lot of hats at the agency; you probably think that means that he does a lot of different jobs, but actually, he just really, really likes hats. When not trying on new fedoras, he keeps busy helping oversee the creative work being done at Signature.

      > Administration

    • Kevin Miller

      Creative Director, Partner

      At the top of Kevin’s list of special skills is juggling and parallel parking. And we’ve seen first-hand how he puts those skills to use. With his final say on all the work done in the department, he does a great job of juggling projects and not smashing egos or fenders.

      > Creative

    • Brian Tisdale

      Director of Account Services, Partner

      Brian’s been in the ad game for most of his professional career, which makes him a qualified human relations expert (with a little bit of magicianship tossed in for good measure). We asked Brian to describe himself in two words, and he said, “Bon Jovi.” We asked for three more words, and he said, “more Bon Jovi.”

      > Account Services

    • Erica Klinger

      VP, Marketing OmniChannel Strategy

      When she’s not kayaking, mountain biking or downing a cup of Joe, Erica’s fantasizing about the latest interactive marketing strategies. And with her bordering-on-intense levels of craftiness and persistence, we’ve determined that Erica’s spirit animal is a honey badger – a kinder, gentler honey badger who also loves kids and non-profits.

      > Administration

    • John Mooney

      Director of Digital Media

      John, first and foremost, is a man of detail. Programming systems, cutting-edge social media platform, complicated coding — he somehow manages to fit it all inside his brain. Which is even more amazing when you consider how much of his brain is filled with Batman knowledge.

      > Digital Media

    • Ty Deal

      Senior Account Manager

      Ty Deal enjoys two things in life: the satisfying thwack of a perfect tee shot and making up inappropriate song lyrics for everyday situations. He wishes he could do more of the former, but really makes up for it with the latter.

      > Account Services

    • Karen Parks

      Senior Creative Manager

      With a resume that includes oil painting, jazzercise instructing, slalom water skiing and first-class grandmothering, Karen proves that she has the right skills to keep the creative department running smoothly every day. And, as anyone can tell you, that’s quite an accomplishment.

      > Creative

    • Leslie Northam

      Controller

      When you’ve got an office full of creative types, you need at least one person who’s responsible enough to keep track of the really important business-y stuff. That person is Leslie. She makes sure the lights stay on and IRS stays off our back. Because we’re creative types, and we have no idea how to do any of those things.

      > Administration

    • Daniel Swink

      Director of IT

      Danny is our resident IT guru. He spends his days fixing our computers, while we spend our days screwing them up. Did we also mention that he’s incredibly patient?

      > Administration

    • Tino Acchiardo

      Account Manager

      Although Tino came to the U.S. as child, he really considers himself a citizen of the world. Anyone who meets him will immediately find themselves engaged in lively conversation often concerning family, travel, film, food or wine — sometimes all at once. He’s also a great resource for some killer Chilean recipes.

      > Account Services

    • Joe Walz

      Account Manager

      Joe loves ‘Mad Men’, Boyz II Men and ‘Of Mice and Men.’ Actually, we made up that last part, but he did dabble in high school theater. When he’s not kicking ass and taking names in the advertising world, Joe enjoys hugging his wife and high-fiving his daughter.

      > Account Services

    • Erin Liddle

      Associate Account Manager

      Without coffee, Erin claims to be a non-functioning human being. With coffee, she has superhuman abilities that let her see into the future of deadlines, schedule meetings in the blink of an eye and save clients from bad advertising. It’s all in a week’s work as a super associate account manager. When she’s not working, Erin enjoys mountain biking and being outside. Erin is an instant superhero; just add coffee.

      > Account Services

    • Anna Mallett

      Workflow Manager

      We knew all there was to know about Sweden…Abba, fish-shaped candies and Stieg Larsson crime novels. Then we met Swedish native, Anna Mallet. Turns out they also have meatballs, an unintelligible Muppet and really safe cars. But our favorite import is Anna herself, a diligent, quick-thinking and resourceful workflow manager who bears no resemblance whatsoever to Pippi Longstocking.

      > Workflow

    • Florencia Carrillo

      Art Director

      Flo is our very talented, off-site designer. Throughout the years, our office has stayed in Memphis, while she’s lived in exotic locales like Brazil and Mexico. We’ve asked her several times to host off-site company retreats, but to no avail.

      > Creative

    • Jeremy Paine

      Production Artist

      Not only is JP a Production extraordinaire, he’s also computer genius. You’d never know it, though — he’s way too humble to brag about himself (we’re happy to do it for him). In his down time, you can catch him reading fantasy and sci-fi novels, as well as preparing for the inevitable zombie apocalypse.

      > Creative

    • Adrienne Mask

      Art Director

      Adrienne enjoys traveling, photography, reading and art, which makes sense, considering the whole ‘art director’ thing. She’s also an accomplished gymnast (we keep asking her to perform floor routines around the office, but she refuses).

      > Creative

    • Cathy Reece

      Senior Art Director

      Cathy’s no stranger to a challenge. She successfully raised two rugby-obsessed teenage boys while attending college (graduating cum laude, no less), so she’s got the perfect balance of perseverance and sheer toughness. She’s a great addition to the Signature scrum — she’s got great ideas, and she’s not afraid to throw an elbow to get her point across.

      > Creative

    • Daniel Scruggs

      Copywriter

      When we asked Daniel to write his own bio, he was reluctant at first, but then the power went to his head. Daniel recently received the Writer’s Star, a prestigious medal awarded for writing above and beyond the call of duty. His line of work is a dangerous one, but he strives to be the bravest and most creative copywriter at Signature. He also lifted a bus off of a puppy once.

      > Creative

    • Arick Elion

      Motion Graphics Specialist

      Arick is the eternal optimist. He never shies away from any challenge and revels in complicated motion graphics projects. And, of course, no Signature workday is complete without a fist bump from Arick.

      > Creative

    • Tom Weis

      Production Manager

      When he’s not downing entire rotisserie chickens for a lunchtime snack, Tom enjoys running off those rotisserie chicken calories. Seriously. He ran over 3,000 miles last year, the distance from New York to Los Angeles. Keep on snackin’, Tom.

      > Production

    • Max Karimnia

      Digital Media QA Manager

      App designer. Award-winning video game developer. Hot sauce connoisseur. These are just a few phrases to describe man-about-town Max. He also knows three yoyo tricks — but just three. Don’t ask him to do any more than that.

      > Digital Media

    • Jonathan Riley

      Senior Programmer

      Jonathan loves Rubik’s cubes and hockey. The Rubik’s cube hobby certainly comes in handy around the office, considering he works in the problem-solving world of web development. The hockey part? Not so much.

      > Digital Media

    • Kenny Wilson

      Web Developer

      Kenny enjoys gaming and pancakes. That’s pretty much it. No, we kid. He also enjoys listening to Rush, eating ice cream and planning elaborate casino heists.

      > Digital Media

    • Brett Gaither

      Digital Specialist

      Like a good millennial, Brett spends his day in front of computers, as well as fielding constant questioning from older colleagues about “what kids are into these days.” Which is NBA 2K13, apparently.

      > Digital Media

    • Michele Petty

      Receptionist

      There is no hell in this Michele. When you step off the elevator, the first smiling face you see at Signature is Michele’s. She spends her days handling phone calls, business inquiries, nervous breakdowns and endless compliments on her red hair.

      > Administration

    • Mark Henry

      President/CEO

      Mark overcame the hardship of growing up with two first names to become one of the founding partners of Signature Advertising. Besides turning on the agency's "ON" button every morning, Mark is active in the community, serving on the boards of Memphis in May, Page Robbins and the University of Memphis Journalism Alumni Association.

      > Administration

    • Charles Marshall

      Chief Idea Officer

      One of the founding partners of Signature, Charles wears a lot of hats at the agency; you probably think that means that he does a lot of different jobs, but actually, he just really, really likes hats. When not trying on new fedoras, he keeps busy helping oversee the creative work being done at Signature.

      > Administration

    • Kevin Miller

      Creative Director, Partner

      At the top of Kevin’s list of special skills is juggling and parallel parking. And we’ve seen first-hand how he puts those skills to use. With his final say on all the work done in the department, he does a great job of juggling projects and not smashing egos or fenders.

      > Creative

    • Brian Tisdale

      Director of Account Services, Partner

      Brian’s been in the ad game for most of his professional career, which makes him a qualified human relations expert (with a little bit of magicianship tossed in for good measure). We asked Brian to describe himself in two words, and he said, “Bon Jovi.” We asked for three more words, and he said, “more Bon Jovi.”

      > Account Services

    • Erica Klinger

      VP, Marketing OmniChannel Strategy

      When she’s not kayaking, mountain biking or downing a cup of Joe, Erica’s fantasizing about the latest interactive marketing strategies. And with her bordering-on-intense levels of craftiness and persistence, we’ve determined that Erica’s spirit animal is a honey badger – a kinder, gentler honey badger who also loves kids and non-profits.

      > Administration

    • John Mooney

      Director of Digital Media

      John, first and foremost, is a man of detail. Programming systems, cutting-edge social media platform, complicated coding — he somehow manages to fit it all inside his brain. Which is even more amazing when you consider how much of his brain is filled with Batman knowledge.

      > Digital Media

    • Ty Deal

      Senior Account Manager

      Ty Deal enjoys two things in life: the satisfying thwack of a perfect tee shot and making up inappropriate song lyrics for everyday situations. He wishes he could do more of the former, but really makes up for it with the latter.

      > Account Services

    • Karen Parks

      Senior Creative Manager

      With a resume that includes oil painting, jazzercise instructing, slalom water skiing and first-class grandmothering, Karen proves that she has the right skills to keep the creative department running smoothly every day. And, as anyone can tell you, that’s quite an accomplishment.

      > Creative

    • Leslie Northam

      Controller

      When you’ve got an office full of creative types, you need at least one person who’s responsible enough to keep track of the really important business-y stuff. That person is Leslie. She makes sure the lights stay on and IRS stays off our back. Because we’re creative types, and we have no idea how to do any of those things.

      > Administration

    • Daniel Swink

      Director of IT

      Danny is our resident IT guru. He spends his days fixing our computers, while we spend our days screwing them up. Did we also mention that he’s incredibly patient?

      > Administration

    • Tino Acchiardo

      Account Manager

      Although Tino came to the U.S. as child, he really considers himself a citizen of the world. Anyone who meets him will immediately find themselves engaged in lively conversation often concerning family, travel, film, food or wine — sometimes all at once. He’s also a great resource for some killer Chilean recipes.

      > Account Services

    • Joe Walz

      Account Manager

      Joe loves ‘Mad Men’, Boyz II Men and ‘Of Mice and Men.’ Actually, we made up that last part, but he did dabble in high school theater. When he’s not kicking ass and taking names in the advertising world, Joe enjoys hugging his wife and high-fiving his daughter.

      > Account Services

    • Erin Liddle

      Associate Account Manager

      Without coffee, Erin claims to be a non-functioning human being. With coffee, she has superhuman abilities that let her see into the future of deadlines, schedule meetings in the blink of an eye and save clients from bad advertising. It’s all in a week’s work as a super associate account manager. When she’s not working, Erin enjoys mountain biking and being outside. Erin is an instant superhero; just add coffee.

      > Account Services

    • Anna Mallett

      Workflow Manager

      We knew all there was to know about Sweden…Abba, fish-shaped candies and Stieg Larsson crime novels. Then we met Swedish native, Anna Mallet. Turns out they also have meatballs, an unintelligible Muppet and really safe cars. But our favorite import is Anna herself, a diligent, quick-thinking and resourceful workflow manager who bears no resemblance whatsoever to Pippi Longstocking.

      > Workflow

    • Florencia Carrillo

      Art Director

      Flo is our very talented, off-site designer. Throughout the years, our office has stayed in Memphis, while she’s lived in exotic locales like Brazil and Mexico. We’ve asked her several times to host off-site company retreats, but to no avail.

      > Creative

    • Jeremy Paine

      Production Artist

      Not only is JP a Production extraordinaire, he’s also computer genius. You’d never know it, though — he’s way too humble to brag about himself (we’re happy to do it for him). In his down time, you can catch him reading fantasy and sci-fi novels, as well as preparing for the inevitable zombie apocalypse.

      > Creative

    • Adrienne Mask

      Art Director

      Adrienne enjoys traveling, photography, reading and art, which makes sense, considering the whole ‘art director’ thing. She’s also an accomplished gymnast (we keep asking her to perform floor routines around the office, but she refuses).

      > Creative

    • Cathy Reece

      Senior Art Director

      Cathy’s no stranger to a challenge. She successfully raised two rugby-obsessed teenage boys while attending college (graduating cum laude, no less), so she’s got the perfect balance of perseverance and sheer toughness. She’s a great addition to the Signature scrum — she’s got great ideas, and she’s not afraid to throw an elbow to get her point across.

      > Creative

    • Daniel Scruggs

      Copywriter

      When we asked Daniel to write his own bio, he was reluctant at first, but then the power went to his head. Daniel recently received the Writer’s Star, a prestigious medal awarded for writing above and beyond the call of duty. His line of work is a dangerous one, but he strives to be the bravest and most creative copywriter at Signature. He also lifted a bus off of a puppy once.

      > Creative

    • Arick Elion

      Motion Graphics Specialist

      Arick is the eternal optimist. He never shies away from any challenge and revels in complicated motion graphics projects. And, of course, no Signature workday is complete without a fist bump from Arick.

      > Creative

    • Tom Weis

      Production Manager

      When he’s not downing entire rotisserie chickens for a lunchtime snack, Tom enjoys running off those rotisserie chicken calories. Seriously. He ran over 3,000 miles last year, the distance from New York to Los Angeles. Keep on snackin’, Tom.

      > Production

    • Max Karimnia

      Digital Media QA Manager

      App designer. Award-winning video game developer. Hot sauce connoisseur. These are just a few phrases to describe man-about-town Max. He also knows three yoyo tricks — but just three. Don’t ask him to do any more than that.

      > Digital Media

    • Jonathan Riley

      Senior Programmer

      Jonathan loves Rubik’s cubes and hockey. The Rubik’s cube hobby certainly comes in handy around the office, considering he works in the problem-solving world of web development. The hockey part? Not so much.

      > Digital Media

    • Kenny Wilson

      Web Developer

      Kenny enjoys gaming and pancakes. That’s pretty much it. No, we kid. He also enjoys listening to Rush, eating ice cream and planning elaborate casino heists.

      > Digital Media

    • Brett Gaither

      Digital Specialist

      Like a good millennial, Brett spends his day in front of computers, as well as fielding constant questioning from older colleagues about “what kids are into these days.” Which is NBA 2K13, apparently.

      > Digital Media

    • Michele Petty

      Receptionist

      There is no hell in this Michele. When you step off the elevator, the first smiling face you see at Signature is Michele’s. She spends her days handling phone calls, business inquiries, nervous breakdowns and endless compliments on her red hair.

      > Administration

1755 Kirby Parkway
Memphis, TN 38120

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  • Motion Graphics Specialist

    As a Motion Graphics Specialist, you will work on a team of other artists, art directors, creative directors/copywriters and account service reps to help create, revise and execute a variety of digital projects including sales presentations and online campaigns. This person must have a passion for motion design and have experience in creating storyboards and layouts and be able to communicate ideas effectively to the team. This person should have an understanding of web image optimization and compression and have a creative background that inspires and enhances the efforts of our highly innovative team.

    What you need:
    Excellent typography and visual design skills
    Highly organized and self-motivated
    Strong online portfolio and conceptual vision
    Ability to collaborate with a team
    Work in a fast paced, high demand environment

    Knowledge and experience in a combination of:
    Proficient experience with Photoshop, Illustrator, Cinema 4D, AfterEffects
    Basic knowledge of HTML and Flash.

    Submit a resume in Word along with link to online portfolio to creativeadmin@sig-ad.com. Please no phone calls.
  • Programmer

    Performing a variety of programming assignments including maintaining and modifying programs. Requires knowledge of established programming procedures and data processing.

    What you need:
    3 to 6+ years experience in the following programming languages PHP, MySql, HTML, CSS, Javascript.
    • Linux server administration capabilities
    • Ability to maintain and modify programs; make approved changes by amending flow charts, develop detailed programming logic, and coding changes.
    • Multitasking skills
    • Ability to confer with users to gain understanding of needed changes or modifications of existing programs.
    • Ability to produce quality work under tight deadlines
    • Provide outstanding portfolio of work.

    Please send your resume and any links to your work to dmadmin@sig-ad.com. Please no phone calls.
  • New Business Development Specialist

    Must have a broad understanding of marketing and a ready network of potential prospects. Experience managing relationships across multiple clients, brands, types of service and industries preferred. Outstanding oral and written communication skills required. Please send your resume to asadmin@sig-ad.com. Please no phone calls.
  • Copywriter

    Our ideal candidate will have at least 2 years agency experience, the ability to produce quality work under tight deadlines and the ability to write in any medium. When applying please provide writing samples along with your resume and send to creativeadmin@sig-ad.com. Please no phone calls.
  • Designer/Art director (Web & Print)

    Experience of at least 5 years needed. BFA preferred. CS2 or CS3 experience a must. Must be able to design cross-platform (web and print). Please send resume and samples to creativeadmin@sig-ad.com. Please no phone calls.
  • Interactive Sales Manager

    Experience in an interactive agency or similar business with proven successful client and program management required. Must have proven experience with the acquisition and execution of online projects and initiate new business relationships. Outstanding oral and written communication skills necessary. Please send your resume to asadmin@sig-ad.com. Please no phone calls.

With our wide range of capabilities and marketing experience, there's no challenge we won't tackle. Put us to work for you.

Thank you!
1755 Kirby Parkway
Memphis, TN 38120
PHONE: 901.754.2200
FAX: 901.754.9118
901.754.2200
info@sig-ad.com