At FreightPros we are determined to be a better freight broker. Our team of employees solve complex problems that affect our customers on a daily basis in a fast-paced and fun environment. We're excited to announce our partnership with Nolan Transportation Group. Our FreightPros office will remain in Austin, TX, where we will expand our LTL offerings. Our company is expanding and we're looking for a driven individual to grow with us. Come join our team!

Account Managers work with new and existing customers to manage the day-to-day relationships with key accounts as well as promote growth of the account through exceptional service. This position largely involves identifying customer shipping needs and providing them customized freight shipping solutions.  

Your day-to-day:

  • Focus on retention and growth of our existing customer base.
  • Assist sales team in closing new accounts
  • Facilitate onboarding of new accounts through our 90 day new customer process
  • Develop a deep understanding of our customers, their business models and shipping needs.  Use this to ensure a timely and successful delivery of solutions according to the customer’s needs and objectives.
  • Deliver positive customer service to build long-lasting partnerships with our customers and build trust by going the extra mile for our customers.
  • Maximize profits through margin control and pricing strategies.
  • Demonstrate good business judgement. Actively identify new areas of growth and pursue those opportunities.
  • Educate customers on the freight industry.
  • Perform customized monthly or quarterly reporting based on customers goals and priorities.
  • Work closely with both the Sales and Operations (Solutions) Teams to ensure seamless transitions and open communication.

What we look for:

  • 2+ years of Less Than Truckload industry experience
  • 1+ year of Account Management within the freight industry experience
  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Strong communication, negotiation and problem solving skills
  • Competitive nature with a sense of urgency in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
  • Possess organizational skills in a detail-oriented setting
  • Team player with ability to multi-task in a results-driven environment
  • Motivated, outgoing, well-spoken, friendly with a sales-minded personality
  • Salesforce.com CRM experience preferred but not required
  • MS Office skills and related computer knowledge

Our Benefits:

Competitive Benefits | Life / AD&D Insurance | 401(k) with Company Matching | 12 PTO days, 3 sick days, 7 paid holidays

NTG is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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