Administrative Assistant - Floater


Administrative Assistant/Floater

We are looking for an Administrative Assistant/Floater to join our administrative team.

As an Administrative Assistant/Floater, you will be providing support to a variety of senior members of the agency and doing a variety of tasks as needed.  The person in this role will fill-in when our Administrative/Executive Assistants are out of the office. They will also provide extra support for different projects around the agency as needed.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

Schedule and manage demanding Outlook calendars for busy, senior members of our agency.

Making travel arrangements, domestic and international as needed.

Setting up client meetings and internal meetings.  

Completing expense reports as needed.
 

Skills

Highly organized, strong attention to detail and time management.

Clear communication in person, over the phone, via email or text

Must be resourceful and have the desire and ability to solve problems of any size or magnitude.

Ability to properly manage time and priorities.

Eagerness to learn about the advertising world

Able to collaborate with other members of the admin team.

Excellent customer service

Approachable and empathetic

Responsible and trustworthy

Great sense of humor
 

Qualifications:

Proficiency in all basic office programs (we work on Macs)

Prior customer service experience

Great references from a prior employer

We are located in downtown San Francisco and are working in a hybrid manner.  You must be able to come into the office on occasion.

 

If you possess the skills we are looking for and the desire to work in a fun, creative environment, we look forward to hearing from you.


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Account Director


We are looking for two Account Directors to join our outstanding Account Management Department - one in San Francisco and one in New York.  Although we would consider someone who wanted to work remotely if they had the right experience.

As an Account Director we expect that you are no longer managing projects but leading accounts or large pieces of accounts.  Your job is more than helping make the trains run well and on time.  It’s now about helping others make sure this happens.  And, more importantly, it’s about guiding the process and decisions on where to lay new track.  It’s a role that requires equal parts of quality control and leadership.

For us a great Account Director does the following:

1) Clearly defines the client’s business problem and gets people in the Agency excited to work on it.

2) Provides their own point-of-view that is considerate of both the Client’s and Agency’s viewpoints, but not necessarily beholden to either one of them.

3) Serves the needs of the individuals on their team and on the account.

Although you are the senior person managing a team of people, this is not permission to act above the other people working on the account (especially the account managers).  Instead, you need to work to serve their needs, individual by individual.  This means making time for them – even treating their time as more important than your own. This can’t be emphasized enough.  The directors that people like working with the most seem to be the ones most generous and open with their time.

4.) Constantly set (and if necessary, change) the conditions on the account to allow people to do their best work. 

We currently have two Account Director openings. One role would ideally be based out of our San Francisco office and the other would be based out of our New York office.

Additionally, we are hoping for:

Someone comfortable working across multiple workstreams and productions, always in progress. With multiple client teams.

The candidate will need to partner closely with the other Account Directors on the business to manage an account team and always-changing assignments across TV, Digital, Social, Print, and Experiential.

Ability to travel may be required.  

If you have worked as an Account Director at an advertising agency for at least 2 years and understand how to help a client get to remarkable work, we look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you.


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Senior Communication Strategist


What does a Senior Communication Strategist do?

The role of Communication Strategy is the orchestration of how ideas live, engage, and spread. We believe media should not be viewed as only an outlet for communications, but should be an extension of brands and experiences.

We believe Communication Strategists work in the creative business, injecting creativity, imagination and potential to our ideas. What really interests a Com Strat is the big idea and what makes it go. We help give the idea a purpose and a center, and create strategies that dictate how that idea comes to life.

 

Responsibilities Include:

Own and lead projects, setting the strategic direction for their accounts

Teach and manage Junior Communication Strategist and/or Communication Strategist(s)

Apply understanding of client objectives, consumers and media to planning

Partner with brand strategists to research, develop insights and write briefs

Partner with creative teams to give input on ideas

Assist in development of communication architecture to lead media evaluation and selection

Support creative development process and oversee execution of ideas

Manage and build client relationships

Provide a strong voice among inter-agency partners (internal and external)

Day to day media vendor relationships


Qualities and experience are we looking for?

Experience in Media Planning

Prior experience developing social campaigns and partnerships

High degree of curiosity and an interesting worldview

Strong presentation skills, ability to hold a room and lead discussions collaboratively

Ability to simplify and solve problems, and see connections within data

Forward-facing, independent thinker

4-5 years relevant experience

 

If you think we have the skills we are looking for, we hope you will apply.

 

 


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Account Manager


ACCOUNT MANAGER :

We have an immediate opportunity for an Account Manager with a minimum of three to four years of advertising agency experience.

We are looking for candidates who can do the following:

Pro-actively lead the development process from ideas through execution

Support the growth and invest time in the development of the Assistant Account Managers on the account

Consistently bring independent, thoughtful POV’s to the table

Write and present clearly and persuasively

Champion great creative work

Is a trusted and empathetic partner to clients

Negotiate high-pressure situations in a positive, calm, objective, professional way

Take accountability to navigate and communicate timelines and deliverables

Stay positive, and knows how to keep people motivated

Qualifications: 

You must have prior advertising agency experience, working in account management or project management with client contact. 

You have experience with broadcast production - and can manage a broadcast shoot.

Account Managers are responsible for managing people and processes, so it is essential that you have prior management experience.



If you are interested in our opportunity, please submit your resume to the link below.   We look forward to hearing from you.

 


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