Fieldtrip is seeking an Account Coordinator to oversee the details of creative projects, manage deadlines, and work directly with clients to make working with Fieldtrip the best part of their day.
JOB DESCRIPTIONAt Fieldtrip, a zest for learning leads to insights that make a difference. The need to dig for more and a dedication to details is expected from the Account Coordinator.
The account service team leads client relationships, project management, and strategic thinking for the agency. We seek an Account Coordinator to oversee the details of creative projects, manage deadlines, and work directly with clients to make working with Fieldtrip the best part of their day. An intentional career path is outlined to progress from Account Coordinator to Account Manager to Account Executive to Account Supervisor with mastery of each position requiring two or more years in each level before advancing. This position reports to the Account Supervisor.
Fieldtrip is a team of explorers, seekers, and brand activators who combine our talents into something bigger than all of us. Together, we turn unreal talent into real results. We are very selective about who we work with and do not settle for anything less than the best talent. Expect us to dig into your experiences through multiple interviews and perhaps an exercise or two. If a stringent hiring process excites you, read on.
➔ Assist assigned account team with client communication, advertising deliverables, production of creative materials, scheduling, and approvals
➔ Ensure projects proceed according to plan and deadlines, engaging Account Supervisor to potential problems before they occur
➔ Input and maintain client work in agency systems
➔ Proofread copy, artwork, marketing briefs, print collateral
➔ Manage multiple projects in various stages of work with the ability to prioritize and proactively problem solve
➔ Audit invoices, and facilitate client billing and reporting
➔ Organize and analyze client metrics including sales data and trends
➔ Explore client brands, industries, competitors, and emerging trends
➔ Assist with business development and research
➔ Prepare presentations, follow-up materials, and correspondence
➔ Push self and others to improve, innovate, and optimize agency work product and skills
To determine whether your qualifications and experience match our job opening, grade yourself on a scale of 1 to 5 on the following job requirements. A score of 5 indicates extensive experience with several examples and testimonies from peers and supervisors. An honest, not a perfect score, is expected.
1. Bachelor’s degree in advertising, marketing, communications or similar degree. _____
2. Exceptional attention to detail and analysis skills. _____
3. Strong creative team player with a positive attitude and strong work ethic. _____
4. Outstanding ability to think creatively, strategically, and resolve problems. _____
5. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. _____
6. Proven ability to manage many projects at once in a fast-paced environment. _____
7. Minimum of 2 years working within an advertising or digital agency environment. _____
8. Possess a sense of urgency and the ability to prioritize and take initiative. _____
9. Proficient with MS Office and G Suite. _____
Now total your score. Include the score and the answer to this question in your cover letter. What band would ask you to be a groupie and why? Send your resume and these answers in your cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unlimited Flexible Time Off (FTO)
Health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance
Maternity, paternity, and adoption leave
Casual dress code
Continuing education and Field Days
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