Serious question. I'm not interested in sales or account executive-type jobs. I'm interested in those litle known jobs that most people have not heard of.
I have a BA in Broadcasting & Mass Comm. I work at a radio as a Traffic Assistant handling sales orders and scheduling commercials, but I want to become account executive. What do I need to know?
I am a Business Administration grad. But i'm not so good in selling.Should i apply for an account executive position. I like the company and would be proud to work there. What should i possess in order to qualify?
What is the objective of an account executive?
please provide in your own words or even a link to this information. Thanks!
I am in a mid-level advertising market with a population of 300,000 people and would like to know the average starting salary of an Account Executive at a one of the top Advertising firms in the area. I do have over 9 years experience with marketing and have my MBA. What salary range should I expect?
I was recently laid off from my position as a Senior Account Executive for a technology company. I'm not having any luck finding a position or getting a response from Craigslist or Monster. Any good websites I should visit? I'm looking for a job in San Francisco, Phoenix, Seattle or Denver.
I am applying for a Sales Account Executive job, selling advertising for a big tv station. Skills required include valid drivers' license, reliable transportation and good driving record. College degree and minimum 2 years sales experience preferred. Highly motivated, intelligent, willing to learn and creative thinker. BASIC UNDERSTANDING OF BUSINESS PRINCIPALS. Strong presentation and communication skills. Exceptional work ethic, punctual and superior people.
I don't have a clue what they mean by basic understanding of basic business principals except business are in business to make a profit. Can you give me some ideas?
A company that does marketing responded to my resume that I posted on a job site and they want me to come in for an interview for a Account Executive position. The thing is I am looking for a job as an administrative assistant, clerical work or general office work and I have no interest in marketing so I'm not sure why they would contact me. I'm not sure if I should go to the interview.
I'm applying for several financial jobs posts and advertising account executive. i have a background in business but this is the first time i apply. can ou help me? thanks
what should i write is my professional overview?
I am applying for a classy resort as an account executive. I am hoping to get a good impression for the people that I plan to work and I hope that this might help other job seekers that might have the same dilemma that I am currently in.
Seriously at Comcast they call their call center reps...."account executives." At Georgia Power they are called...."account managers". Do they do this because the company has a self-importance policy in place or to make the employee feel more confident of their job with a formal title for a simple job?
I currently work as an assistant account executive for an internet company. I have a degree in communications. But I want to transition into the entertainment business. What are some job titles I could look into to "break into the business"?
looking for a job with a promotional aspect
I work at a marketing agency and we work on 7 accounts. Fully staffed, we should have a Director, Supervisor, Account Executive and Assistant. Now it's just me and the Director. Am I expected to do the job of 3 people and get in trouble if I can't get it done?
I recently found out that a male co-worker makes more than I do. Another co-worker found a document that was left on a fax machine and listed certain employee's salaries and told some people what she found. I suppose under some circumstances, this would not be a problem, however I am more senior than him. I am a Senior Account Executive and he is currently an Account Executive. I have more years in the industry, much stronger and broader skill sets, and more responsibilities. I have heard other co-workers complain about his lack of experience and his inability to efficiently manage his accounts. On one occasion, some co-workers requested that I be brought in to help manage one of his accounts because things were so disorganized. Despite all of this, I still think my boss is a fair person, and that this situation can be salvaged, but I'm not sure what the best way to handle this is. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I should approach this topic with him?
What's the salary range for someone working as an account manager/executive in Online Advertising?
Appreciate the answer. Let me add some more details though. a)Setting is in the Philippines. b) The company is the exclusive reseller of Friendster in the PH c) Clients include most of the top agencies and companies in the country and d) this ain't the first sales job.
I have posted my resume on a website called " Careerbuilder" and the next day two companies or a recruiter, or hiring manager contacted me via email about a position as a career agent and the other contacted me for a position as an account executive in marketing. I'm not interested in these because I'm looking for a job as an Administrative Assistant/Clerical/General office work.
I work as an account executive for a minority daily newspaper in the US. Unlike other A/E in mainstream media, I can very less money. I want to set up relationships with big advertising agencies to expand my network, and eventually draw ads into my newspaper.
I tried so many advertising agencies, but all I had are voice mails and no responses except the front desk receptionist.
My question is how can I reach those people in advertising agencies?
Any advice is welcomed.
Thank you very much.
I am a new Account Executive for an up and coming television station. I am looking for somebody, preferrably somebody who is successful in advertising, (say a successful ad agent) or someone of the sort to e-mail back and forth with. I am starting to feel a little lost and would like and outside perspective on my work so far. Where can I find somebody who is willing to share their expertise?
Is it worthy or foolish to switch my career path from accounts executive of 5 yrs (getting bored with it) to become a pet groomer. Taking into consideration that I have a Bachelor's Degree in Accountancy (wat my parents wanted) and I really love pets. Also I have an introvert personality so I don't think I can become an Accountant which requires a lot of interaction with people.
I know as an assistant, you're required to ask your boss if they need any more help, etc before they leave for the night. But if as say, an Account Executive, is that still the case?