Business Development Coordinator
In this role, you’ll work closely with agency leadership to develop and evaluate our pipeline of new business, help identify and qualify new business opportunities, and set prospective clients up for a successful customer experience with Mediacurrent.  This role is a keystone in Mediacurrent’s growth trajectory. The prospective client organizations you will be interacting with are some of the most recognizable brands in the world.  

The Business Development Coordinator is responsible for quickly connecting with our prospective clients to define with the prospect:

1) what problem(s) we need to solve 
2) who we are solving these problems for (the problems we are not only solving for our customer, but our customer’s customer); and,
3) short and long-term vision for client initiatives

You will work with a diverse set of specialists across digital and product strategy, design, and tech, with the strategic support of the CMO and other Leadership. You will rely on your excellent written and verbal communications and the sharpness of your  intelligence and intuition to create and foster new solutions to our client’s digital and business challenges. 

The growth path for this role includes taking over as the senior and primary client liaison, leading multi-functional teams and more proactively collaborating with the CMO on new business strategy, including key opportunities, targets, and messaging approach.

There will be some travel for field events and conferences.

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

  • Actively engage in conversations with prospects about their digital and business strategy, goals, expected outcomes and vision.
  • Capture these conversations in our agency tech stack, to include Sales briefs, Google Docs, Sheets and Salesforce
  • Work closely with the CMO and other leaders to assess each opportunity for a fit with our organization, the creative and business potential, and how we can successfully win deals
  • Collaborate with sales and productions teams throughout the sales process
  • Collaborate with cross-department leaders on the creation and evolution of proposal and marketing materials
  • Attend field marketing events and conferences on a quarterly basis as needed

ESSENTIALS:

  • A strong sense of curiosity and genuine interest in assisting organizations solve their most difficult problems and challenges
  • Experience within an agency environment, ideally within a business development, and/or client-facing role  
  • Excellent written, verbal, and “in-room” communication skills..

About Mediacurrent
Mediacurrent is an open-source development and digital marketing agency that creates transformative digital experience platforms for enterprise, government, non-profit, and higher education organizations and their customers.

Since 2007, we have built a growing, sustainable company that believes in collaboration, education, and providing predictable results for our clients. Organizations such as The Weather Channel, PwC, New York Senate, Georgia Tech, Olympus, Habitat for Humanity, and Guardian Insurance have trusted Mediacurrent to solve their most complex digital and web challenges.

Our Values
At Mediacurrent, we are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace by welcoming team members from diverse backgrounds and cultures. Our values as a team are to promote positive impact, empathy, and inclusivity while fostering leadership and personal growth through dignity and respect. We love having fun while we work and always make an effort to give back to our communities. Our team spans across 30+ states. 

Equal Employment Opportunity
Mediacurrent is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity at our company. We don’t discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.

Sound Interesting?
If you’re ready to make a difference for users and clients with a team of incredibly supportive, collaborative people, then we want to hear from you! We are a welcoming and inclusive community, and we strongly encourage everyone to apply.

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