Account Executive

Robert Half Finance & Accounting Berkeley , CA 94710

Posted 2 months ago

The Account Executive will process marketing leads for new opportunities with mid-market non-strategic accounts and prospects. The Account Executive will ensure merchandise meets purchase order specifications and vendor compliance requirements.

The Account Executive will identify and implement strategies to sell solutions into new accounts. The Account Executive will maintain and strengthen relationships with key accounts and managing daily communication with clients. Responsibilities Liaise and attend meetings with other company functions necessary to perform duties, aid business, and develop organizationally Assist in pre-production/production sample process for buyer approval and analyze customer needs while presenting integrated solutions Secure experience in appointments and conduct a well-defined sales process consistent with the company?s guidelines

Requirements
Bachelor's degree required Previous experience managing accounts/clients preferred If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, email your updated resume to

Employment Type: Full-time



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Account Executive

Robert Half Finance & Accounting