Recently we came across a few openings that Drake Cooper in Boise posted on their website:
Account Coordinators make things happen. They are a support role of the Client Services team shepherding client requests through the agency. Their realm is the CX Engagement phase, relying on their communication skills to ensure things are accurate and organized. Account Coordinators are exposed to many kinds of clients and need, and use that experience to build a foundation to work within the Client Services team.
You already are a leader, a team builder, and a motivator. You are also articulate and strategic. Ruling the playground is kind of what this job is all about. You have an empathetic understanding of the consumer as well as the ability to be a bulldog for our creative team to meet the objectives of our clients. Account Managers are vital to Drake Cooper. Their CX focus is on day-to-day engagement, ensuring communication is clear and efficient between both agency and client. They also work collaboratively with internal teams to keep projects on schedule and moving forward. While Account Managers will work in a support role on the agency’s largest engagements, they also will gain practical experience by leading defined client engagements.
The Account Director is the agency’s lead Client Experience (CX) Architect, responsible for the strategy of DC’s clients and ensuring they are profitable. An Account Director is responsible for leading a group of accounts, managing a specific account team who runs those accounts, and ensuring clients are receiving great work and great service.
Account Directors are Jedi-masters of relationships, senior leaders and possess experience developing and managing multi-disciplinary engagements. The Account Director is responsible for delivering kick ass creative work that meets the client’s business needs and solves their business problems. They serve to mentor and develop client services team members, enabling them to learn and grow. Account Directors play an active role in business development, with both organic growth on their accounts plus working with agency leadership to respond and lead RFPs and pitches.
Full details about the positions and how to apply can be found through their respective links.