We come to work every day to solve challenges, and we lean on our teammates to do it. We all have titles, but we’re not defined by them. By working together and bending our disciplines, we bring unique perspectives to the table, learn from each other, and ultimately, stick the landing.
We have six guiding principles that help keep us grounded along the way:
We strive for unicorn-level greatness.
We care about what we create.
We outsmart challenges with creative and forward thinking.
We dare to show up as ourselves.
We take the carpool lane, working together to achieve the best results.
We make it count. Every day.
The required skill set for an Account Manager is a mix of the circus performer that spins all the plates and that organization expert with her own Netflix series. It’s not about how you fold your shirts, but it is about being able to stay organized and on top of everything while you keep all those plates spinning.
zag is looking for a professional multi-tasker that can think on their feet and coordinate the resources of the firm to provide solutions for a variety of client needs. Managing multiple clients means ongoing project management, budgeting, and finding ways to sometimes do the impossible.
We are looking for someone with 3-5 years of account management experience at an agency with a demonstrated track record of not just meeting challenges but anticipating them and them moving swiftly to put plans into place. Experience in the hospitality industry is an asset, as it’s a vertical we are focusing on and growing.
If you’re an experienced account manager willing to work hard on behalf of our clients and team, send your resume to Marilee Marin at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why you are our next great hire.
Short listed applicants will be contacted for interviews.
We're always scouting for the best in the biz to join our crew. We may be dreamers, but we know the stars don't always align. If you don't see a position you're a fit for right now—apply anyway! We'll keep your info at the ready and reach out if something opens up.