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Account Manager

job type: Fulltime Hire

location: San Francisco, 94102

job description:
A San Francisco-based creative agency is looking for a “jaw dropping, dynamic rock star” account manager to join their team full time. This is no ordinary candidate search, this agency is looking for someone extra special who understands how to take leadership and push the agency’s creative team to their limits. It’s essential the account manager can create solutions, not problems.

The agency’s strengths are brand strategy, design, and marketing campaigns. This is all about managing brands to make them be more relevant and get acquired or just grow. The agency’s clients count on them to put “heart” into stagnate brands to strengthen market presence for mergers, acquisitions, and IPO’s. The agency’s motto is to make startup brands look like shiny Fortune 1000’s.

Requirements
Superb writing skills and being able to prepare winning proposals.
Juggle day-to-day account management, while coordinating and handling research to initiate brand strategy and writing. Scheduling and facilitating creative team meetings.
Jointly managing on the content and presentation of deliverables to ensure quality, relevancy, strategy, and timeliness.
Minimum of 5 years experience.
Completing weekly status reports to clients.
Directing excellence in brand identity, brand strategy, advertising, annual reports, typography, creative strategy, literature, photography, writing, and website design.
Ultimately, the agency wants an account manager who can convince clients the agency’s ideas are the only ideas.

To apply, please submit your resume for review
This is a fulltime onsite opportunity in the San Francisco area
Due to the volume of applications, we are unable to respond to each application personally. If we are interested in your qualifications, we will contact you via telephone or email as soon as possible.

We’re highly selective

because the more our clients get the level of creativity they’ve come to expect from us, the more they choose to use us and you.
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