Organic: Account Director

 

The Role

 

Our Account Director is the center of gravity to our clients and our teams, with the unique ability to impress, envision, partner and do. Both a maker and mentor, our Account Directors ideate, strategize, coach and plan on any given day. You work as part of a team, with world-class creatives, strategists and technologists to develop elegant and innovative digital work that drives our clients’ business and makes you proud to be an Organic.

 

About You

 

You are obsessed with creative experiences that have an impact.  You immerse yourself in our clients’ business, brand and customer behaviors to develop a point of view on how we lead and deliver outcomes in delightful ways.

Your POV is your driving force. You are on top of innovation, latest business trends and cultural happenings. You fuel great ideas, unlock opportunities, and connect the dots with a clear vision for the kind of work you believe in.

You are relentless but compassionate. You have strong points of view but are open to opinions. You are equally good at facilitating common ground as you are defending a great idea. When faced with a barrier, you fearlessly find another way forward.

In other words, you are indispensable and THE person to have on the team – to clients and teammates alike.

 

You’ll Need

  • At least 8 years of experience being indispensable
  • A desire to be and to work with world-class people
  • A passion to live our clients’ brand
  • Amazing organization, communication and partnership skills
  • Curiosity and empathy
  • An obsession for detail and quality
  • The ability to story-tell and sell the work
  • Enough technical understanding to be convincing and dangerous
  • Strongly held opinions but a willingness to listen

 


 

About Organic

Organic is a digital agency focused on designing resilient brands at the intersection of culture, commerce and behaviors. We pursue and embrace diversity, actively pursue equity, and cultivate an inclusive environment.

 

Details

  • Est. 1994
  • Part of Omnicom Precision Marketing Group
  • Generous benefits and perks
  • Offices in New York, San Francisco, Detroit

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