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Sales Account Executive

About Our Company

We are a premier staffing agency delivering advertising, marketing, creative, and interactive talent solutions to businesses ranging from startups to Fortune 100 corporations. We represent some of the industry’s most talented individuals, and our company is growing along with our reputation.

About the Position

As a Sales Account Executive, your role is to forge and foster productive partnerships for Creative Circle. Your mission: grow existing relationships and fearlessly go after new business. You work tirelessly to understand each client’s needs and to deliver Creative Circle as the ideal solution. With our premium brand and your innate drive, you open doors, close sales and actually make a difference for your clients.

Your motivation: the direct financial gain that comes with each of your successes. At Creative Circle commissions are uncapped. Your earning potential is unlimited.

As an empowered member of a collaborative team, you thrive on healthy competition in a fast-paced, high-volume office buzzing with creative energy.

 

Now, About You

Ideally, you have at least three years of experience in advertising or marketing plus a background in sales. And you’re mature, motivated and ready to achieve the next level of career success.

Or …

You’re part of the industry. It’s not part of your official job description, but you’re always selling—to colleagues, clients, CEOs. And you’re a natural. You’d like a paycheck that reflects that.

Or …

You’re in sales and you have a great track record. You’re tired of the widget business (for instance) and poised to step into a new world, one that’s glamorous, smart and moving at the speed of broadband. You’ll do whatever it takes to succeed.

About Our Culture

We invest in our employees, starting with thorough on-the-job training and continuing with ongoing education as well as mentoring and coaching. A win for you is a win for Creative Circle.

We want Creative Circle to be the last stop on your resumé. We’re a growing company, and our engaged and happy employees like to stay on and grow with us. A casual and fun group, we work in beautiful surroundings in great locations—with 29 offices worldwide and counting. Compensation/Benefits include:

  • Very competitive salary
  • Excellent health benefits
  • Generous retirement savings plan
  • Ample time off
  • Continuous training and development opportunities
  • Service recognition awards
  • Fitness reimbursement
  • Referral bonus

Creative Circle is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Creative Circle will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable law. If you need a reasonable accommodation in the application process, please contact your Recruiter (the person you'll be interviewing with) or a member of our Human Resources team to make arrangements.

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