Marketing Account Manager

Entry Level Marketing Position - Account Management - Training Provided

We are searching for a marketing-oriented individual with demonstrated leadership skills to join our growing firm. Due to recent success with our new Fortune 500 client, we are looking to expand our marketing firm into a few new locations around the Cleveland Area. In order to multiply, we need someone to learn the basics of our company's marketing systems, marketing strategies, and also learn all of our client's product knowledge.

Our company is one of the world leaders in outsourced marketing. We provide a guaranteed 100% ROI for each and every client we manage. We are recently started working with one of the largest renewable energy companies in the country. They provide a cleaner, more sustainable energy alternatives to their consumer base. Since taking them on as a client, we have more than quadrupled their production. As mentioned before and due to our success, we are committed to opening four new branches by the end of 2015.

Job Requirements
Attend daily business training development meetings
Acquire new and retain existing client accounts
Create and manage client accounts throughout the sales cycle
Create and present cost saving analysis for existing and new client accounts
Manage and have accountability for a small team of Account Representatives

Qualifications / Requirements:
Bachelor's Degree (preferably marketing, public relations, or communications)
Demonstrated Leadership Qualities or previous leadership experience
Determination to Grow
Humble Student Mentality

For Immediate Consideration, apply now or call us directly to schedule an interview with our executive team.
All college graduates are encouraged to apply; however, the following degrees/experiences are the best matches: communications, business administration, management, advertising, marketing, public relations, political science, psychology, sports management.
We are an equal opportunity employer. All qualifications mentioned above are strongly recommended but not necessarily required.

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