Account Supervisor, DDB Chicago

Account Management Chicago, Illinois


Description

 Responsibilities:

  • Act as primary contact to clients, continually fostering client-agency relationships to build trust and become a valuable resource to clients
  • Immerses self in client’s business and not only champions stellar, business-building ideas but knows how to effectively collaborate to bring those ideas to life
  • Establishes effective balance of advisory and advocacy skills with clients and team
  • Identifies opportunities to help grow direct reports and advance them to the next level
  • Provide strategic guidance to clients on an ongoing basis; anticipate and address clients’ needs
  • Develop and drive proactive plans, strategies and client recommendations
  • Manage a wide range of competing priorities while ensuring the team meets all its deadlines and manages projects within prescribed budgets

Requirements:

  • Broadcast production experience and possesses a strong integrated background
  • Has charisma, a positive attitude, adaptability and the ability to multi-task
  • Demonstrates effective communication and creative problem-solving skills
  • Has excellent oral, written, interpersonal and analytical skills
  • Enthusiastic about businesses beyond traditional marketing aspects
  • Sees the big picture and has the vision to drive big ideas
  • Has earned a bachelor’s degree
  • Has 5-8 years of relevant industry experience


DDB reaffirms its commitment to the policy of Equal Employment Opportunity and to carrying out this policy at all of its offices. It shall be the policy of DDB to (1) recruit, select, hire, train, promote, pay, discipline and terminate employees in all job classifications without regard to age, race, color, creed, national origin, citizenship status, alienage, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability or any other basis upon which discrimination against or harassment of employees or applicants for employment is prohibited under any applicable federal, state or local equal opportunity employment laws and (2) ensure that all personnel actions are administered without discrimination in violation of applicable law.