Duft Watterson in Boise is looking for a mid- to senior-level Account Manager. From the job listing on LinkedIn:
About the job
We’re looking for a good-natured, hard-charging mid-level/senior account manager.
We’re Duft Watterson, an Ad Age Agency of The Year and Outside Magazine Best Places to Work agency, headquartered in Boise, with people in Portland and Bend. We’re on the hunt for an account manager to join our forward-leaning team of marketing writers, artists, strategists and digital natives.
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Duft Watterson is looking to add to their team. They currently have openings for an Account Manager and a Director of Growth. From the respective job listings:
We’re on the hunt for an account manager to join our forward-leaning team of marketing writers, artists, strategists and digital experts.
You are: A good-natured, team-playing, detail-oriented account manager or project manager with deep experience at an advertising/design/digital agency or inside a high-performing marketing department. You’re an insightful self-starter who values inclusivity and a culture of trust. You’ll jump in to help wherever needed and ensure projects are delivered on time, on budget and on target.
Director of Growth
Working directly with the Duft Watterson leadership team, this position will oversee both reactive and proactive new business efforts as well as RFP and business pitch processes.
Full details about both positions and how to apply can be found via their respective links.
H/T to Loren Morris and The Good Jobs Report for the find on the openings.
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Duft Watterson in Boise is looking for an Account Manager to join their team. From the job description posted on their website:
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Full details about the position and how to apply can be found here.
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Full details about the positions and how to apply can be found through their respective links.