Open positions


Are you a copywriter?

Then we’d love to meet you. Here at Three Sixty Group, we value copy that meets the audience where they are. That is persuasive, but not pushy. Is both creative and clear. And is rooted in research.

And we value people that have insatiable curiosity. Are good communicators. Work well in a team. And have a growth mindset.


  • Interpret creative briefs to understand project requirements
  • Write copy for a range of mediums from social to broadcast and longform to shortform
  • Present work to creative directors, account executives, and project managers for feedback
  • Edit and refine copy
  • Prepare final proofed and formatted copy documents
  • Manage multiple projects effectively


  • Proven experience as a copywriter—this could be as little as student work, or a complete portfolio from decades in the business—we’re open to meeting all kinds of writers
  • A degree of any kind

Skills that will give you an advantage:

  • Experience with SEO
  • Experience with client management
  • Demonstrate your attention to detail and reading comprehension by including the word “fastidious” in the subject line of your application email
  • Experience with project management

How to apply:

Send an email to our Creative Director Eric Murray explaining why you think you’d be a good fit for this position. We’d also love to learn about what kinds of words move you. That could be favorite authors, pieces of work, lyrics, commercials, etc. Of course, be sure to send along a link to your portfolio or a PDF of writing samples.

About Three Sixty Group:

Three Sixty Group is Indy’s longest continuously running full-service advertising agency. We maintain a beautiful office in the Stutz Building in downtown Indianapolis. We also enjoy the freedom to work remotely after a short orientation period. We serve clients in multiple industries including sports, financial services, retail, tourism, and non-profit.


We’re always looking for talented people. If you’d like to work at Three Sixty Group, but don’t see an opening for your particular position, feel free to reach out and say hello.