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Job Overview:

The Regional Account Director works closely with the Field Marketing Team to deliver the client strategy on their assigned accounts in their assigned areas of responsibility, helping to drive revenue and profit growth through effective relationship management and value creation.

As one of the lead agency contacts, the primary role of the Regional Account Director is to be the strategic liaison for clients and partner agencies. The Regional Account Director will also serve as the internal agency team lead and oversees the management of multiples teams:

  • Demonstrate confidence, authority and solid decision making as the agency’s leadership voice.
  • Effectively plan and organize the work of yourself and your team to handle the account efficiently and productively.
  • Create an inspiring working environment that encourages the team to push the limits of ideas and their own career growth.
  • Evaluate support staff and develop individual growth plans.
  • Work with agency leadership on internal initiatives.

Assist in the strategic development process, providing strategic insight and thought leadership from program development to agency POVs.


  • Ensure timely spending and close out of local budgets within the fiscal year
  • Ensure compliance of all local rules and regulations as it pertains to marketing dollars planning and execution
  • Develop a trust-based working relationship with the local senior leadership and with headquarter clients
  • Brand steward responsible for maintaining consistency of the overall brand in local executions
  • Provide Sr. Director, Field Marketing with critical information and key insights based on geographical nuances and local clients’ needs and perceptions
  • Evaluate and negotiate local advertising opportunities and added value
  • Recognize and advance big ideas, or opportunities for big ideas
  • Monitor and identify future marketing, cultural, consumer and advertising issues and opportunities facing their client/s
  • Ensure overall quality of work on their accounts
  • Manage client expectations, objectives, and timelines, in conjunction to your local team and agency partners
  • Recognize, work through and resolve conflict situations (internally and externally)
  • Build and maintain senior-level relationships at the client and within the agency
  • Act as a resource to team members in assessing ideas and directions


  • Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing or communications
  • 8+ years of client services experience, advertising/promotional background
  • 6+ years management/mentorship experience (preferably experience including hiring actions, termination actions, and performance reviews)
  • Strong working knowledge in fully integrated marketing including digital, social, OOH, radio, streaming music, cinema, print, etc…
  • Event activation experience preferred
  • Solid experience examining/synthesizing research and insight development
  • Solid experience managing/synthesizing data into action oriented solutions.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the creative process & experience as a brand steward
  • Excellent organizational, verbal, written communication skills and naturally high level of attention to detail
  • Extensive experience creating, leading and delivering presentations to CxO level clients

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