**We are a "Remote First" organization! We are open to candidates in any of the 50 United States!**

About the Role:

We are seeking a talented, self-motivated and growth-driven Account Manager to join our partners sales team. The ideal individual will have experience managing a pipeline of top tier clients, preferably in the eCommerce, Internet, Healthcare &/or HR industries. This person will be responsible for managing all facets of the relationship with some of our most important client partners – Third Party Administrators (TPAs). You will work to expand and develop new business opportunities with our TPAs while maintaining and ensuring success and fulfillment of current initiatives.

What You'll Do:

  • Drive revenue growth among partners through direct to participant promotions:
  • Develop and sell strategic annual communications and promotional plans to drive partner participants to FSA & HSA stores to purchase products.
  • Ensure and manage the execution of plans to drive sales
  • Develop and execute a cold calling strategy to target prospects
    Make outbound calls to follow up on and close business.
  • Responsible for specific account revenue and results
  • Prioritize top revenue drivers while managing a high volume of accounts simultaneously
  • Conduct analysis to identify and focus on best performing practices
  • Coordinate internally with marketing, creative, legal, and merchandising to execute against all partner deliverables.
  • Manage and develop client relationships:
  • Develop and execute business planning and review sessions to establish, monitor and report progress on annual plans
  • Participate energetically in client-facing activities in person and remotely at conferences, events, via email and over the phone.
  • Create dynamic and informative presentations with PowerPoint to represent account status to clients.

What You'll Need:

  • BA/BS required in Business Development, Sales or relevant field, advanced degree a plus.
  • Minimum of 5+ years of experience managing high profile client relationships in Account Management or Sales.
  • Healthcare, or eCommerce experience preferred.
  • Experience developing business with leading firms.
  • Knowledge of the Internet Healthcare / HR Benefits Industry is a strong plus.
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills, in person and via email and phone.
  • Experience dealing with senior executives.
  • Numbers driven and self-motivated.
  • Highly organized and experienced in project management.
  • Solid experience with CRM software (Salesforce) and MS Office with emphasis on Excel & PowerPoint

About Health-E Commerce: 

Here at Health-E Commerce, we are a consumer health and wellness advocate and online retailer headquartered in New York, NY. Since 2010, we have launched direct-to-consumer e-commerce brands aimed at simplifying the U.S. tax-free healthcare market and helping everyday Americans and companies benefit better  from workplace benefits, wellness and health spending programs. 

Our portfolio consists of four brands — FSA Store, HSA Store, WellDeserved Health and Caring Mill.

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