RAPP Los Angeles is looking for an Senior Account Executive

to join our Account Management Team.   

ABOUT RAPP   

Our purpose   

We are the agency absolutely, utterly, fiercely focused on the individual. We use our data, technology, and creative smarts to make meaningful, connections with every single person a brand knows.   

As a guiding ethos, RAPP stands up for Individuality and that’s in our agency value proposition. We’re committed to racial justice, equality, representation, and unbiased economic opportunity. We know that the resilience of our diversity helps us create our best work, and believe in harnessing the experience of all our Fiercely Individual people. That is the difference among us, because that’s the surest way to impact our business and network culture.   

Our family   

We are a member of Omnicom’s Precision Marketing Group (OPMG) focused on digital and CRM marketing.   

Our home 

If we learned anything this year, it’s that our organization can implement a “work where you work best” philosophy.  We have physical offices, and, if they’re open, you are welcome to use them whenever you like. RAPP in the heart of LA’s Silicon Beach, our dog-friendly community is a pulsing center of creativity and great indoor/outdoor hangouts. 

No pressure, though - if you aren’t comfortable with coming in while COVID-19 plays out, you can still work where you work best. That said, while we do have our “work where you work best” philosophy, we legally have to care about what state you claim permanent residency in (it’s a tax thing).  

Our clients 

From creating inspiring experiences behind the wheel to defining the future of online learning, and everything in between, we provide smart solutions for companies like Toyota, AAA, the University of Phoenix, and more. 

ABOUT YOU   

You are a experienced brand champion, an agency facilitator, and trusted partner to both clients and your team. You know how to build expertise on a brand’s competitive landscape and product differentiators. 

You have 5+ years of CRM, marketing acumen and acute business logic to steward all elements of engagement, including project management. Clients go to you first for day-to-day needs.  

In your career, you wrote detailed proposals and statements of work for large clients to clearly define project scope, budget, and timelines. Others see you as a manager and a mentor. 

You challenge direction or status quo and seek alternate perspectives and approaches in developing effective strategies. Your view surpasses the current boundaries. 

Are you an animal whisperer that makes cats and dogs become best friends? Coach a recreational sports team? Or Maybe you redesign rooms in peoples’ homes on the weekend.

What else? Maybe you are a self-proclaimed foodie. Or maybe you make amazing playlists? We’d love to know what makes you, you.

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