Access Brand Communications is looking for an Assistant Account Executive to join our vibrant San Francisco office. Our ideal candidate would be fearless when it comes to pitching media both in the corporate and tech space. Having an interest or experience in corporate communications, brand building and integrated communications would be a huge plus. We are looking for an energetic individual that is eager to get hands-on-experience working with fast-paced teams and is highly motivated and deadline oriented. This position requires strong written and verbal communication skills and the ability to interact with clients, third-party vendors, media and account teams.
For 25 years, we’ve helped company’s access new audiences in new ways. We’ve helped our clients navigate disruption in their markets so that change is less painful and more profitable. And in today’s constantly changing and cluttered world, we continue to do what we’ve always done — make the complicated uncomplicated.
We do this by approaching “integrated” communications differently, simplifying it with a non-siloed structure — where earned media, digital and experiential teams are blended by design. Where we are seamlessly developing creative ideas, content and brand-right strategies to create surround-sound experiences that are compelling, consistent and custom-built for each client and their audiences.
We do this with our staff too! We’ve created a non-siloed work structure where employees can work across brands ranging from consumer and enterprise technology to lifestyle and food & beverage. We are obsessed with our employee’s success and are committed to their career growth. We live and learn in the crossroads of passion for the craft and the latest technologies. We believe in teamwork and collaboration — the ‘us’ before the ‘me.’ And hey, we have fun.
Access Brand Communications is the agency where bright minds find a superior work environment, offering an eclectic range of experiences to keep them stimulated…sound like the right kind of place for you?