Work on work that MATTERS

Want to create positive impact through design? Join us.

If you want to design a better future alongside people who check egos at the door, you’ll fit right at home as a DrawHistorian. Though we currently don’t have open roles available, we’re always keen to hear from talented folks who want to be part of our wider talent pool.

Let us know what you’re interested in by sharing your details below and we’ll get in touch.


Working at /DH

  • We’re always on the lookout for people excited to use their career to bring meaningful change. Here are some things you can expect during your time here.

Work that impacts lives

Our work tackles the big issues that influence and define today, from social justice to STEM education and climate change. We’re excited by the opportunity to help solve these challenges every day.

We celebrate each other

People are at the centre of DrawHistory’s daily life. With that comes annual learning stipends, donation matching and access to online courses — plus the occasional celebratory flowers and lunch!

Career-focused learning

There are few things more rewarding than seeing DrawHistorians grow. Learning sessions like our Breakfast Club foster learning over coffee and cookies with guests from NASA and Google, from local street artists in Australia to the United States.

Wellbeing and flexibility

We strive to protect our team’s wellbeing beyond regular lunches as a team. We’ve built a culture where each person is encouraged to openly share their experiences, be vulnerable and honest, come up for air, and discuss their concerns.

Work/Life Balance

In order to hustle hard and take our work seriously, we value rest, rejuvenation and life outside of the office. Our standard work week is forty hours.


You can take time off when needed, no judgment or pressure. We trust you to take the time you need to recharge—whether that’s traveling the world or bingeing the latest Netflix series.

Baby-bonding Time

We are proud to support parents and caregivers with flexible scheduling. For new parents, we offer up to eight weeks of paid leave, plus an option to take an additional month unpaid.

Continued Learning

We’re always honing our craft, and we’ll support you in deepening your skills or learning new ones. After one year, we’ll reimburse up to $250 for your choice of professional development.

Donation Matching

We care about the causes our people care about. Because change is a collective act, we match 50% of DrawHistorians’ donations up to $100.

Discounted Industry Events

We’re plugged into diverse industry events, whether with Forbes or TEDx, and often offer discounted tickets and early-bird RSVPs for our team.

We’re at our best when we’re recharged and rested as our full selves.

“Reset” days

We offer surprise “reset” days to help our team recharge. This is a paid day off that doesn’t count towards your leave! (Check out some pictures from our last Reset Day.)

Access to the Calm app

Calm is the world’s leading app for sleep, meditation, and relaxation. As a DrawHistorian, you get premium access to all of Calm’s meditation exercises, sleep stories, and more. We even talk in the office about what sleep stories and meditation we’re loving. (Hint: It’s always Matthew McConnaughey.)

Time off when needed

We all go through rough patches, whether it’s family emergencies, health hurdles, and everything in between. When someone needs time or help, all they have to do is ask — no judgment or pressure.

Personal goal-setting

Each DrawHistorian sets personal goals every handful of months. We believe these shouldn’t just be about work, but also the aspirations that we have for our physical and mental health. We check in on these, just like for any project, and hold one other accountable to them.

Team retreats and events

We host regular team events and retreats to help us all rest and relax, from birthday lunches to the occasional milestone dinner. Our last retreat was a 3-day weekend, where we unplugged with nature.

Extended 1:1s

Each person on the team does a 30-minute weekly check-in with their manager to chat openly and regularly about how we can help one another better — both at work and beyond.

Recurring pulse check

We do fortnightly pulse surveys through an online platform, which gives us the opportunity to share anonymous feedback. These help us track our well-being over time and unearth topics that might be hard to bring up in person.