Thinking about joining the D team?
Our team is focused on learning, growing, and building up each other. We push ourselves to find new approaches while honoring time-tested processes. We value our diversity of backgrounds, values, and perspectives. We like to have fun, but know how to dig in and work hard. And we love what we do. Do you?
At Drift, we believe in working hard, playing harder, but never playing it safe. We’re always looking for talented new members that push us to be bolder, dream bigger, and perform better.
What’s Important To Us
Never Stop Exploring.
As team members, we encourage personal & work growth at every opportunity. Help make the Drift space a place of discovery and innovation. Your passions are what help define the Drift culture.
Find your happy place.
Strive for a healthy balance of work & play. Work should feel like a part of life, not something getting in the way of life. Always speak up if things aren’t awesome.
Drifters, Mount up.
Always seek opportunities to unite one another. Drift is a team. So anyone’s idea is everyone’s idea. Everyone deserves everyone else’s best. Our creative strength comes from each of us as a whole.
Work Smarter, Not Harder.
Be on the hunt for opportunities to work more efficiently and communicate more clearly. Keep up-to-date about the tools, best practices, standards, etc. in your field. Rely on the team and your own creative prowess. Trust the process.
Never let the size of our geographical location limit the potential client or project we set our sights on. Always find ways to elevate the level of our work for our clients and for us. Never compare ourselves to “local” competition.
No Idea Too Weird.
The more freely ideas can flow, the more effective we are as a team. Drift hopes to foster an environment of openness, freedom and diversity. No one should feel worried about suggesting an idea, thought, belief, passion, etc., for fear of embarrassment or criticism.
Four Day Work Week? Yes, Please.
In the 1890s, people were working 100+ hour weeks. Then Henry Ford came along and said something like, “That’s crazy! Let’s do 5 days a week and 40 hour weeks.” We think it’s time for another change. 4 days, 32 hours per week. We believe a three day weekend provides more mental stability, more time with friends and family, and more opportunities to grow outside of work. All of that contributes to our team’s well-being and creative output. It makes us more efficient, happier, healthier, and more excited to start each new week.
Curious about openings? We are always looking for talented people to join the team!