Junior Account Executive (B2B Services)
Workweek is a modern media company on a mission to entertain, educate, and connect the business world through unique personalities, unparalleled expertise, and innovative operations.
Workweek boasts a roster of nearly 20 creators and growing. Each of these creators is an expert in their respective industry, covering topics from Fintech to sales to healthcare… even culture and memes. Workweek creators produce a variety of content via newsletters, podcasts, and social media channels in order to build a community of learners within those industries.
Simply put, we’re on a mission to make work fun.
Twitter has become one of the most powerful platforms to build a large audience. The problem is, most people don’t know how to use it. That’s why we formed the Executive Branding team.
The Executive Branding team provides high-touch ghostwriting services written by experienced, professional storytellers. Our team offers both writing support and strategic guidance to our roster of highly-accomplished clients including industry experts, entrepreneurs, and content creators.
Our mission is to leverage high-quality, written content to help each of our clients build an audience of their 1,000 true fans.
Surprisingly, professional ghostwriters for individual Twitter accounts didn’t really exist 5 years ago. As a result, this new service will likely require a new approach to pitching it.
As the Executive Branding team’s dedicated salesperson, you will have complete ownership of the sales process. You will be given the agency to ideate, test, and implement the most effective ways of reaching our target client base.
As a Junior Account Executive, you’ll work alongside the Executive Branding team to:
- Develop, pitch, and sell Workweek’s social media content creation and consultation services
- Collaborate with teammates on campaigns that are both creative and feasible given time and resource constraints.
- Forecast, track, and report on sales performance, meeting quarterly goals set by leadership
- Use Twitter on a regular basis in order to maintain awareness of social media news, trends, and narratives.
- 25 days of PTO (i.e. 200 hours) per year, must be approved by a manager
- 100% health insurance coverage, 75% coverage for dependents, and $150/month towards an HSA (or $150/month health stipend if insurance not used)
- 120 days of parental leave to use within 1 year of childbirth (available 12 months after your start date and only available every 365 days)
- 401(k) plan with 3.5% company match
- Monthly health raffle (if you average 8 hours of sleep per night, you’re entered to win health tools and tech, i.e. Fitbit, Apple Watch, etc.)
- $500/year stipend for any home office needs
- $1,000/year stipend for continuing education
- 5-week sabbatical after 4 years on staff
- 2 volunteering days per year
- 2x/year in-person team retreat
- Unlimited book orders from Amazon
- Want to start a new company? We will be the first investor in your startup if you’ve been with Workweek for 3 years
Note: At Workweek, we’re passionate about building a diverse team. We care deeply about diversity, equality, and inclusion and strive to build a culture where everyone, from any background, feels included, supported, and free to be themselves.
If your experience is this close to what we’re looking for, please consider applying. Experience comes in many forms – skills are transferable, and passion goes a long way. We know that diversity makes for the best problem-solving and creative thinking, which is why we’re dedicated to adding new perspectives to the team and encourage everyone to apply.
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