ABOUT THE SASHA GROUP  Launched January 15th, 2019 

The Sasha Group is a full-service, integrated agency delivering best in class marketing and contemporary consulting for brands of all sizes. Part of the VaynerX family of companies, The Sasha Group combines attention, culture, and empathy to build beloved, relevant brands with a clear focus on driving measurable results.  By combining expertise across both execution and consulting, it's able to effectively support a wide variety of brands across industries and sizes.

In a Nutshell:

You are organized and detail oriented, quick to support your team to help deliver a client’s business goals. Senior Account Executives are in the trenches and the go-to  for day to day knowledge across the account and overall market landscape.

Responsibilities / Expectations 

  • Client Management
    • Ability to help run and support the day to day client interaction, building relationships with entry to junior-mid level clients while ensuring consistent and timely comms between internal team and client.
    • Understands client’s broad marketing strategies, including voice of the client, business and the broader industry and able to bring that strategic insight into content production and additional work.
    • Ability to work on multiple projects at once, ranging from core project work streams to supporting the senior account team on Integrated Marketing Campaigns
  • Activation 
    • Responsible for delivering client facing conference reports, status documents, and/or industry and competitive alerts and tracking
    • Own reporting decks - liaise with paid, creative, and analytics to ensure timely delivery of both recurring and campaign reports*
    • Has a working understanding of integrated media landscape as well as emerging tech opps and platform best practices
    • Regularly compiles competitive sweeps and analysis to feed into team briefings and campaign work*
    • Contributes to creative process, helps to manage feedback and edits, whilst honing critical thinking
    • Working knowledge of paid media tactics and collaborates with media team on paid specific asks*
    • Ability to translate qualitative and quantitative results into client-facing reports; connect data with original strategy, and create a story supported by data
    • Keep internal teams aligned with client’s brand strategy and guidelines; ability to offer constructive feedback and provide proactive solutions Communication and Collaboration
    • Strong, detailed, and timely communications in day to day, both internally and externally including both verbal and written

* In Instances where we are working with outside media agencies you might be required to write basic reports, post organic content (especially if a Community Manager/Copywriter is not on the team) 

  • Skills
    • Organized, attention to detail is critical
    • Budget and billing responsibilities 
    • Operating knowledge of online and social platforms, content development and publishing, social media advertising trends and tools, community management and engagement strategies
    • Strong presentation skills -- trusted to present decks to client and support team on writing/input on strategic decks and creative presentation decks
    • Intermediate knowledge of presentation software (Powerpoint, Keynote, Google Slides)
    • Knowledge of Spreadsheet (file based) software (excel, Google Sheets)
    • Responsible for managing their own time effectively, identifying possible barriers to getting the work done and seeking support when needed
    • Ability to work quickly, both  independently and collaboratively

* Never being “too senior/precious” to do something, the ability to scale and act as team is important

Unsure if you meet the qualifications? We are always looking for talent which will continue to cultivate an inclusive and representative team that will enhance our perspectives, skill sets, background, and behaviors.  We encourage those who are passionate about what we do to apply!

  • Exact compensation may vary based on skills, experience, and location. 
  • Base Salary $60,000-$76,000
  • Employer-sponsored 401k with match
  • Medical, Dental, and vision coverage
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Caregiver (Parental) Leave
  • Health and Wellness benefits

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