Senior Account Director

About The Brooklyn Brothers

Welcome to Brooklyn: the Earned 1st Ad Agency and global network built for the modern world. We call it Earned 1st, but to put it simply, it’s advertising that’s so good, it doesn’t feel like advertising. We turn brand purpose into action and create ideas that matter, to ‘Rise Above the Noise’ of culture, rise above category conventions and rise above the constraints of ‘traditional’ advertising.

We’re a close-knit team of creatives, planners, business managers and makers who combine the rigor of marketing science with the relevance of earned media to develop and distribute ideas that help brands build long-term value – earning our way into peoples’ lives and communities.

We work with some of the most enterprising and influential brands in the world, including Ferrero, LEGO, Adobe, Sazerac, and more.


The Senior Account Director is a senior team leader and direct client partner within the agency. This position should manage and inspire teams internally and build relationships across multiple client teams. As the first line to the client, the Senior Account Director should be the go-to for consultation, new project assignments, new scopes, and any relationship management or problem-solving needs. The Senior Account Director oversees all aspects of the assigned client business within the agency.



  • Maintain and grow senior-level client relationships as a thought-leader, consultant, and trusted partner
  • Lead strategic business conversations with internal teams and agency partners as well as clients
  • Work with department heads for monthly workflow, client deliverables, and resource planning
  • Oversee the development and execution of plans, campaigns and projects, managing internal teams to meet client goals within proposed timeline and budget
  • Develop agency SOWs and resource allocation plans for individual client needs
  • Participate in new business meetings, RFI/RFP, and pitch presentations
  • Oversee account team members and provide guidance to ensure internal and client-facing success


  • 12+ years of experience in advertising and/or marketing roles
  • You know how to secure, maintain, and grow your client portfolio. You are a leader in the company helping us continue to win new business.
  • You can independently run your particular line of business with little or no oversight
  • Experience building client relationships across industries.
  • An expert in all aspects of campaign development, including brand strategies, integrated creative campaigns, production from start to finish and final delivery of assets across a variety of channels
  • Knowledge of agency operations and management of workflows within advertising/creative/production companies
  • Understanding of agency scopes, team structures and resource allocations
  • Excellent client-facing communication skills, including the ability to present work

Salary: $94,000-165,000

Brooklyn Brothers has included the base salary or hourly rate for this role. Actual compensation offered within the range will depend upon, among other factors: actual ranges for current or former employees in the role; market considerations; budgetary considerations; as well as a candidate’s background, relevant experience, and qualifications.

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