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Sales Account Executive

Job Description

Creative Circle is one of the nation's premiere, specialized staffing agencies, representing advertising, creative, marketing, visual communication and interactive professionals on both a freelance and full-time basis. We deliver talent solutions for advertising agencies, corporate marketing and communications, or any organization requiring creative, marketing, or interactive resources.

We're searching for an extraordinary Sales Account Executive who can manage existing relationships with clients, work to expand existing business, and identify new opportunities with new contacts altogether. While the ability to build and manage relationships is crucial, the ability to open doors is paramount.

This position is the right fit for a driven, outgoing individual who thrives on setting and surpassing goals, meeting new people and, yes, making cold calls. You'll partner with Creative Circle recruiters to help connect our clients (top advertising agencies, design firms and big brand-name companies) with the right talent.

Interested?

- Write a brief cover letter explaining your interest and outlining your experience.

Also…

While we like to respond to every candidate, we can only respond to those who match the criteria listed.

Thank you for your interest in working at Creative Circle.

Desired Skills & Experience

What we’re looking for:

At least three years of experience in the advertising, marketing or creative field PLUS sales experience.

Or…

We’re open to talent with ad/marketing/creative experience who express a STRONG desire to learn and succeed in sales. If you have the thick skin for sales and want to leverage your knowledge of marketing, this could be a great next step in your career.

We expect our team members to share our passion for striving for excellence. A successful Creative Circler is self-motivated, smart, wants to be the best, and is resilient and ethical. You must be a good communicator, be able to remain calm under pressure, and be computer and web savvy, with strong typing skills.

Company Description

Creative Circle offers you a rewarding career at a growing national company–with a small boutique feel–that will nurture your success along the way. Other highlights:

  • We are in multiple markets with relocation opportunities.
  • We constantly offer training not only when you’re hired, but throughout your career to keep your skills on the cutting edge.
  • Daily and weekly team building
  • Top benefits package
  • No commission cap

Casual work environment

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