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Job Overview:

The Marketing Arm is seeking a proven, dynamic VP, Account Services for one of the agency’s largest clients. The position requires a powerful combination of leadership skills to lead a multi-dimensional team; experience with multi-channel, consumer-centric marketing and desire to make the world a better place through Marketing.

The VP, Account Services will be the strategic liaison for clients, internal teams, and partner agencies while also supervising multi-channel engagement execution across multiple platforms and disciplines. Candidate must be a strategic and creative thought leader with the ability to deliver integrated thinking; demonstrate a positive, do-what-it-takes attitude; be a natural connector who develops strong relationships among various groups, and anticipate and solve problems all while being highly organized.

 Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrate confidence, professionalism, authority and sound decision making as one of the team’s leadership voices
  • Strategic thinker capable of leading the development of a brand’s engagement strategy, annual plans and specific projects with multiple stakeholders including internal and external agency partners and clients
  • Integrated marketing experience that makes you comfortable recommending various consumer engagement touchpoints and why/when you should use them (eg, event marketing, content creation, promotions, property sponsorship/partnership and social media)
  • A people person and trusted advisor; you cultivate strong relationships and enjoy interacting with clients, agency partners, internal practice areas and external vendors
  • A mentor who embraces the rewards and challenges of managing and motivating a team
  • Outstanding communicator including effective deck writer, strong presenter, clear emailer and good conversationalist
  • Creative personality that allows you to provide a meaningful contribution to ideation, helps you write effective briefs and influences how you present ideas, in both written and verbal form; a good storyteller
  • Craving for innovation whether that’s the newest technologies, the latest marketing campaigns and trends or an improved process recommendation
  • Ability to understand and drive program success – understand business goals, mine consumer insights, identify measurable objectives, establish program KPIs and provide analytical review
  • Good with numbers – forecasting revenue, developing scopes, maintaining budget accountability
  • Embrace the agency’s culture and beliefs and show a willingness to actively participate in its development

Requirements:

  • Marketing professional with at least 12 years in agency account management and/or experience in a closely related field
  • Minimum of eight (8) years in a supervisory/manager role
  • Detail-oriented – ability to oversee many pieces
  • Willingness to travel
  • Bachelor’s degree

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