Our employees fuel AAM’s culture of openness and innovation.
Our objective is to work together toward the common goal of providing media companies and advertisers across North America with the tools they need to transact with transparency and trust.
We believe in the value of hard work, good-natured fun and fostering a sense of community in the media industry, within our organization and in our neighboring communities.
We achieve this through our CORE values of collaboration, ownership, respect and excellence that guide AAM's strategy and culture. Learn more about what we offer, who we are, and what you can expect when interviewing at AAM.
We offer our employees a competitive salary and benefits package.
This includes paid time off, work-from-home options and developmental opportunities.
Health, dental, vision & life insurance, matching 401k, flex spending—All starting on day one
Recharge Your Batteries
Generous PTO, 9 paid holidays per year + 1 floating holiday, flex time and work-from-home options
Ongoing opportunities for personal growth, development and education through AAM-sponsored programs and events
Health and Wellness
We offer weight loss/fitness club reimbursement, staff fitness challenges, on-site flu shots
From volunteering at a food bank to filling backpacks for schools, our team loves to give back
Casual dress (even jeans), free coffee and tea, social events, estate guidance, pet insurance
Our employees are what makes us great.
If you like teamwork and being part of a positive, supportive environment, then join us.
"When you’re part of AAM, you’re immersed in a culture of trust and well-being and made to feel that every contribution matters. AAM has crafted a supportive and inclusive environment in which I feel everyone around me has my back and cheers for me."
Leo LeBrun, Senior Auditor
“AAM is always trying to do things better. You can feel the emphasis on developing talent and improving the everday-workday experience. AAM is a workforce of people who care about one another and what they do each day. It’s truly a great place to call home.”
Shelley Harris, Auditor
“AAM has such a unique and important role in the media industry because we connect publishers to advertisers. We have a rich history that we can be proud of and a future in bringing accountability to digital media. It’s exciting to be part of that history and future of the media industry as part of the AAM team.”
Susan Kantor, Marketing
“AAM is an exceptional place to work because of its people and the opportunity it’s afforded me to contribute at a larger level. As a small company, AAM provides opportunity to contribute in real and meaningful ways so I always feel like I have an opportunity to make a difference.”
Tracy Young, Human Resources
Get to know a little bit more about the AAM team.
We love summer, but we can enjoy more of any season thanks to our great PTO benefits.
While we wish we had these superpowers, we have opportunities to become superheroes in our AAM community through volunteer opportunities.
All AAM employees can spend more quality time with pets and family thanks to awesome work-from-home benefits.
There are no openings at this time.
AAM’s Application Process
What to Expect
Thank you for your interest in working at the Alliance for Audited Media or as we call it AAM! Your resume and cover letter will be viewed and analyzed by a human being, so please be patient.
If you are selected for an interview you will be called by a member of the HR team to schedule a phone screen. After the phone interview you may be invited to our office in Arlington Heights, Ill. to continue your conversation with HR and the hiring manager. You may even have an opportunity to meet with your future co-workers. If you are not selected, you will receive a call from HR to let you know.
Q: Where should I send my resume?
A: Please forward your resume to HRTeam@auditedmedia.com.
Q: What should I wear to the interview?
A: We’re a laid-back group. We wear jeans and sneakers almost all the time. We are not a suit and tie company, so please wear whatever you are comfortable in. If you are unsure, go with business casual.
Q: How many interviews will I have?
A: That depends. Most candidates are given a phone interview with Human Resources first. You may then be invited in for an in-person interview. Depending on the position you may be invited in for a second in-person interview. You will be notified either way.
Q: I have trouble with stairs/accessing buildings. Is this a problem?
A: Not at all. We have both stairs and an elevator. We are a fully compliant ADA Building. Please let us know before your interview if you need any special assistance.
Q: What questions will I be asked?
A: That depends on the position. Our questions are geared toward your level of skill and knowledge and always based on the position for which you are applying.