Account Coordinator

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Company Name The Adcom Group
Location Cleveland, OH
Date Posted Mar 13, 2019
Category General
Job Type Full-Time
Full Job Description
OVERVIEW:
Account Coordinators are in a critical role on the Account Team. They are responsible for the management of daily tasks that are imperative to the execution of agency projects and serve as the main support role for the overall team.
Account Coordinators are problem solvers. To be effective Account Coordinators, they need to be thoughtful and creative in working with team leadership to provide the right ongoing direction to the client team. Keeping projects on-time, on-budget and on-direction is the primary focus of the Account Coordinator. Projects and tasks are assigned by the account leaders and the Account Coordinator works closely with them, providing regular proactive project updates. The Account Coordinator understands when to involve the appropriate team member to overcome project challenges. They build a collaborative relationship with agency specialty matter experts and, after project direction is set, provide ongoing support, direction and information to ensure a quality outcome.

JOB REQUIREMENTS & EXPECTATIONS:
Credentials and Experience:
• Relevant work experience (internship or 1-2 years in full-time position) preferred
• Fluent in Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Word
• Understands the components of marketing communications and advertising fundamentals
• Great communicator and potential to be strong leader
• Highly organized
• Manage project timelines
• Open jobs
• Create job jackets
• Track budgets
• Provide competitive and industry insights
• Have basic level of understanding of assigned clients’ business and marketing objectives
• Have basic understanding of client voice and brand guidelines

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Project management (open jobs, timelines, project documentation, execution, activation, budgets, invoicing, etc.).
• Execution Management: The Account Coordinators primary responsibility is to manage the execution of client projects.
• Account Coordinators work with team leadership to gain an understanding of the key client and internal contacts. The Account Communicator communicates with assigned contacts daily and works to establish a trusting and respectful relationship with them through proactive communication and, good work.
• As a way to gain credibility and add value to the client team, the Account Coordinator is expected to continuously learn about our industry and their client’s business and audience(s).
• The Account Coordinator assists with the preparation of a variety of client deliverables, such as client status reports, monthly billing and budget reporting, client presentations, client recommendations, competitive reports and alerts, industry insights, etc.
• Financial management of projects, billing, budgets, etc.

COMPANY DESCRIPTION
So, let’s talk about the perfect fit for Adcom and for you. Considering all 100+ of us have a deep abiding love for creating brand experiences that make clients and their customers lean in and say “tell me more,” your heart should flutter at that same notion. Next, we’re convinced that the experiences we create are generated by brand champions who are positively minded, deeply curious, outwardly thoughtful and driven by gritty determination. If you’ve got all those qualities on your resume, let’s just skip to the second interview.

Also know, at the very core of Adcom’s daily rituals are our client challenges. Understanding these and solving them in ways our clients hadn’t already thought of themselves are what compel us to show up every day. If you just mouthed the word “duh” then we’re truly on the same page, maybe even paragraph.

Lastly, if you believe every moment carries with it great potential – while at work and within the brand experiences you help create – then your Adcom badge is just a spit shine away. Be prepared to bring your specialty to the table, but also bring an appreciation for others’ unique talents. It’s important that you can think and sometimes even speak thoughtfully across a few marketing disciplines. Broad thinking is better thinking. So what do you think now?

Email resume to career-adcom@theadcomgroup.com

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