Who You Are

You are a skilled customer relations professional with an eye for detail, a firm grasp of mathematics, and a knack for solving complex problems while juggling multiple responsibilities.

You’re happy behind the computer, navigating spreadsheets and responding to client emails, and you are equally comfortable speaking to clients and partners in person and on the phone.

You are looking to bring your talents to a team where your ideas and contributions are recognized. You are versatile and thrive in a changing environment where you can spend time in a support role one minute and step into a leading role the next. Your work speaks for itself and you’re looking to take your career to the next level.

About The Role

You will join our growing account management team and be responsible for working with our account executives, clients, key partners, and internal teams to manage client quoting and ordering. We are looking for an Account Manager to create long-term, trusting relationships with our clients by providing timely and accurate quotes and responses.

Other responsibilities include:

  • Develop a trusted advisor relationship with key accounts, client stakeholders, and executive sponsors
  • Responsible for working with the Sales team to on board and integrate new clients and developing existing client relationships
  • Coordinate with internal and external parties to properly forecast stocking needs and delivery deadlines for all assigned accounts
  • Overseeing client account management, including negotiating contracts and agreements to maximize profit
  • Acting as a client advocate with a focus on improving the buyer experience

A Little About Us

Our mission is to challenge and enable our employees to achieve great things.

We live and breathe our core values:

  • Caring. We act with compassion, respect, integrity and professionalism. We are willing to lend a hand.
  • Dare to be Great. We take initiative, challenge ourselves to be great, and lead by example.
  • Constant Improvement. We are inquisitive learners who apply new knowledge to improve ourselves and our work.
  • Accountable. We do what we say, create clarity, focus on results, and take full ownership to deliver on our commitments.
  • Can-Do Attitude. We are solution-focused, resourceful problem solvers who tackle every challenge with positivity and enthusiasm.

We are consistently listed among Inc & Crain's "Best Places to Work" and we're proud of our accessible & engaged executive team. We believe in cultivating an atmosphere of inclusion, and providing an environment that enables every employee to work to the best of their ability.

Some of Our Benefits

  • Unlimited Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Company-funded 401k contributions
  • Subsidized individual & family health insurance plans
  • Ongoing company-funded professional development & education
  • Transparent, candid culture with 1:1 coaching, quarterly performance reviews, and a consistent feedback loop
  • Team-building events
  • Quirky, diverse, respectful, high-performing coworkers you’ll want to achieve greatness with!

Myriad360 is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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