At SNP, we recognize that no two customers are the same and our approach can’t be either. To thrive in our energetic environment, our team must be as adaptable and creative as our methods. We value accountable, curious people, who prioritize being of service.
We’re always on the lookout for creative thinkers with a desire to help our leaders make their truths persuasive. Check out our different roles to find what best fits your skills and passions.
We currently do not have any open opportunities available. Check back later for any updates.
The Executive Assistant to the CEO is central to everything we do at SNP. It is also the launching pad to a career with SNP, in communications, and in service. This role is the starting point to a career with SNP. It will allow you to explore where you’ll go next. Plan to be in the role for 1-2 years, before choosing your SNP path. And for that time? You’re supporting our CEO and co-founder, Maureen Taylor and thus supporting the mission, vision, and values of SNP. You know it all because you’re in it all. You’re exposed to and work with a variety of businesses, personalities, and projects that make us grateful to do the work we do.
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Please submit your resume and a cover letter to [email protected]
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