Description

Mindgrub’s client services team is seeking an experienced Account Manager to provide technical guidance and enablement to our clients. We need someone who can provide ongoing advice, recommend best practices across a number of CMS’s, and assist in ensuring successful launches. The ideal candidate has a broad and technical background, is detail-oriented, and has a sixth sense when it comes to technology and the needs of their clients.

As an Account Manager, you will collaborate and work with a dynamic in-house team of project managers, engineers, designers, user experience architects, and marketing mavericks, to achieve the highest quality of work on behalf of our clients. Your day-to-day will vary, but will typically include, daily stand-ups, client communication via email and phone, account status updates, internal team meetings, and serving as the go-to knowledge repository when it comes to your client’s project, industry, and ongoing strategy.

Responsibilities

  • Serve as the primary contact and liaison between Mindgrub and your clients
  • Provide strategic guidance and technical thought leadership to clients throughout all phases of the digital / SDLC life cycles
  • Build upon and strengthen current accounts, focusing on opportunities for growth through the cross-selling of other services, i.e., maintenance, marketing, etc.
  • Work closely with Project Managers, and contribute to the development and management of project timelines and budgets
  • Serve as the team subject matter expert when it comes to client’s strategic plans and goals
  • Implement and improve best practices internally and externally during the project life cycle
  • Identify, track, and remove impediments to project success, while triaging issues proactively, resolving conflicts, and escalating, as necessary
  • Manage a cross-functional team through multiple projects with a high degree of confidence, independence, and sound judgment
  • Manage multiple engagements across a single client and ensure continuity/consistency of brand, style, messaging and marketing goals across all channels
  • Actively listen and engage with clients to ensure a clear understanding of objectives, concerns, and success criteria serving as their trusted partner and solutions provider
  • Work closely with the Project Manager and Engagement Director to set realistic goals for the project and ensure project success criteria is achieved

Requirements

  • Ability to communicate clearly and distill complex information in a concise and clear form for all internal team members and stakeholders - translating dev speak to client speak and vice versa
  • Deep experience with website/application architecture. An aptitude for building, configuring, and troubleshooting Drupal and Wordpress sites
  • Analytical, strategic problem solving conceptual skills to recommend approaches and methods
  • Highly efficient and detail-oriented with demonstrated capabilities around time management
  • Ability to lead the full team under pressure while consistently meeting deadlines, and exceeding clients’ expectations 
  • Demonstrated skilled knowledge of agile methodologies, agile/scrum certifications a plus
  • Strategic customer service orientation, with the desire and ability to form long-term relationships with clients
  • Exceptional presentation skills 

Education & Experience

  • 3+ years of account management experience in a client-facing role
  • Consulting or customer service background required
  • Familiarity with CMS's (specifically WordPress and Drupal)
  • Knowledge of RESTful APIs and mobile development principles is preferred
  • A strong foundation in hosting technologies and architecture. 
  • Experience working with accounts of all sizes from small businesses to enterprise level clients
  • Proven ability to grow accounts, with experience supporting new business teams

Additional Info

  • Work remotely or in the office - your choice (ask about our Covid policy)
  • Not your typical office: rock climbing wall, kitchen, board games, Taco Tuesday
  • Free access to Calm! 
  • Dog-friendly workplace 
  • 1 day of PTO available when you start
  • Dress for your day 
  • Phone and Gym stipend

Inclusivity without exception | At Mindgrub we value and encourage mutual respect and acceptance. We know we all have something to contribute. We work every day to ensure all are welcome, and that we treat all people with fairness and dignity.

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