Access Holdings Management Company LLC is a Baltimore-based middle-market investment firm with over $2.8 billion in assets under management. Founded in 2013, Access provides direct investment opportunities to create concentrated portfolios of essential service-based businesses in North America. We undertake active build-and-buy strategies, pursuing what we want to own, great markets and distinct business models. In doing so, Access partners, scales, and innovates to build enduring businesses. For more information, please visit www.accessholdings.com.

Access “LEAD ”  (Lead, Engage, Accelerate and Development) Program

Access is seeking outstanding candidates for its LEAD Program. This role is part of a broader Access strategy to

cultivate best-in-class marketing and business development talent across the Access investment ecosystem. This is an exciting opportunity for high-potential talent to learn, implement, and continuously evolve a proven sourcing and origination strategy that has driven tremendous value for Access across a wide range of use cases. This position provides hands-on experience working hand-in-hand with deeply experienced Corporate Development, and Sales and Marketing executives as well as senior investment professionals at Access.

As part of the LEAD program, you will sit at the epicenter of some of the most important Access Holdings value creation initiatives, while also learning and applying a wide range of contemporary digital tools and technology. Participants of the program will work directly with portfolio executives and corporate development teams to design outreach strategies and digital campaigns to generate business development opportunities including M&A targets, multi-million-dollar contract opportunities, and new potential customers.

Candidates who join the LEAD Program as a member of an Access portfolio company will be working in partnership with the Access Digital Origination team and the corporate executive teams to drive key business development initiatives. Participants will develop a robust digital marketing skillset, and become deeply knowledgeable in digital sourcing and origination strategies across multiple facets.

You will be working directly with the Access team and their respective portfolio executive teams. Members of the program will attend and participate in onboarding and training led by Access and designed to develop a robust knowledge and skillset in our digital tools and capabilities. During the first year, you will have the opportunity to spend meaningful time in Baltimore to develop your skillset and strong relationship with the Access Business Development team.

Through this  program  you  will have  direct  exposure  to many  areas of  the  Access  Holdings ecosystem. Participants will  be well-positioned to accelerate their career towards a  move  into a  number  of  M&A, Marketing and Sales roles across the ecosystem for the long-term.

 

Company Detail:

Company: Spotless Brands

Industry: Car Wash

Location: Chicago, IL

Spotless Brands is a leading express car wash platform partnering with premium operators in attractive geographies. Through their operating platforms, Spotless Brands has scaled from 45 to 170 locations and from 83,000 to 430,000 memberships in two years. The Company is experiencing tremendous growth driven by M&A, de novo development, and several strategic operating initiatives, with growth targets of scaling to 240 units by FY23 and 400-plus units by 2025.

 

Responsibilities:

-      Execute thorough market research to identify potential targets that meet the Access investment criteria

-      Design and execute digital marketing content and strategies in partnership with Portfolio Executives and Access Investment Professionals

-     Source and Originate platform investment and add-on opportunities via digital strategies to Founders, CEOs and other senior stakeholders

-      Participate in sourcing and origination discussions with Founders, CEOs and other senior stakeholders

-     Engage with senior industry executives as part of the research-driven Access investment approach

-     Develop and design executive-level reports, dashboards and board-level presentations

-      Managing stakeholder engagement to ensure that Access sourcing and origination strategies are current and properly leveraged

-      Developing a command of the Access digital tool capabilities to drive broader adoption and identify enhancement opportunities

 

Qualifications and Characteristics

-     Fast learner with a desire to move with urgency, accountability, and intent

-      Outstanding written and interpersonal communication skills; demonstrated ability to express complex ideas in a clear and concise manner

-     Persistent focus on innovative management and operational processes to optimize company efficiency

-     Ability to synthesize and convey complex business concepts effectively

-     Strategic planner with the ability to plan and execute upon a defined task or strategy

-     Innovative and creative thinker with the ability to derive best practices

-     Passion for innovation and being intellectually curious

-     Demonstrated leadership skills with an ability to drive change

-     Comprehension of negotiation processes poised to achieve optimal outcomes

-     Comfortable working with complex operational data and financial and operational analysis

 

Requirements

-     Bachelor’s Degree

-     2-4 years of professional experience in business development, marketing or sales preferred

-     Exceptional project management experience

-     Passion for investing and learning about new industries

-     Strong communication skills

-     Demonstrated ability and interest in working in a small, entrepreneurial team

-     Competency in Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint

-     Experience with CRM and Digital Automation tools a plus

-     Must be eligible to work in the U.S. without requiring sponsorship now or in the future

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