Allison Development Group (or ADG as our friends and clients like to call us) is a strategic marketing and public relations firm with its feet planted firmly in the world of creative, multi-faceted communications. We specialize in branding that serves a purpose and drives results; we excel at crafting communication plans that make a difference; and our agency is the poster child for responding quickly when our clients and circumstances demand.
We work in the regulated world of health care, the ever-changing landscape of nonprofits, and the challenging world of regional planning organizations that often allow us to color creatively within the lines – or sometimes re-draw them.
ADG is looking for someone who wants to take on the role of Marketing Account Manager and make it your own. The ideal ADG Marketing Account Manager thrives in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment, embraces and upholds details, exudes positivity, and is vigilant about client needs and communication. We’ve already had some initial interest via our post on LinkedIn and we’d like to clarify that this is NOT a sales position; it’s purely a marketing management role. We repeat: we are not looking for salespeople. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that).
If you think you’re the person for the job, then keep reading. There’s more. We need to take one look and know that you’re going to:
Just to make sure we’re on the same page, please be sure to hit these notes as well in your resume
If you think you’re the person we’re looking for, please send a resume and a quick note about yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s shaping up to be a busy summer at Allison Development Group, and we are thrilled to have our two interns, Katie Holbert and Claire Wilcox, here to help us get through it. We asked them a few questions to learn about their hopes for the summer, and so you could learn a little more about these new faces at our office. What surprised us by their responses was how much you might actually learn about ADG…an inside scoop so to speak.
Clarie: I hope to learn more about each client’s story and the way ADG helps solve their problems and promote their products. I also hope to learn more about each team members’ role in the company and the techniques and skills they utilize to help produce the finished product.
Katie: I hope to apply everything I learned in the classroom at Converse College into real projects. I want to further my business education and get a feel for what marketing is and what it entails.
Claire: I have been so surprised by the closeness of each team member; you would think they’re family. Everyone enjoys each other’s company and has a fun time working together. But above all, I have been surprised at the effect of it. With everyone working together in such a generous and thoughtful attitude, the intricate details of every project are strung together in an efficient and timely manner.
I could have said we’re hiring, but that’s just too predictable, right? Instead, I’d like to describe the person who’s missing from our team.
The missing ADG team member…
If you’ve seen this person, let us know. We miss them and really don’t want to go too much longer without them. To make sure it’s the right person, please use this description. It will give you more information before you just start scouring the streets.
When you find the right person (and we hope you do!), please tell them to send their resume to email@example.com, with Account Services Coordinator in the subject line. If they’re feeling really spunky, tell them to call us. Our number is down below.
Thanks for your help,
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