Account Coordinator


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Please note that this position is remote through September 2021.

Position Details

Account Coordinator
Southwest Wisconsin
Madison, WI

Account Coordinators are responsible for supporting Account staff with the management, coordination, and administration of client accounts.


  • Creates meeting notes, change orders, agendas, and status reports
  • Composes project briefs for occasional smaller projects 
  • Manages some occasional smaller projects 
  • Schedules meetings with clients
  • Gathers resources as requested by Account staff
  • Drafts client estimates based upon input and preapproved costs
  • Updates billing spreadsheets and binders
  • Pulls biweekly quoted vs. actual reports
  • Assists with in-house research projects, new business pitches/RFPs, and data entry
  • Manages proofing of documents and other client materials
  • Conducts other administrative tasks to include job folder creation and maintenance (electronic and hard copies), new client forms as well as preparing and packaging client materials for delivery
  • All other duties as assigned
  • Consistently demonstrates follow through and expedient execution of multiple tasks simultaneously 
  • Displays a strong attention to detail, organizational skills and problem-solving
  • A proven understanding of the role of an agency, its relationships with clients, and account service delivery (products/services, target info, competitive set, etc.)
  • Effectively and proactively communicates and interacts with all stakeholders on projects and assignments
  • Ability to anticipate project needs, internal or client-related issues
  • Proactively seeks out new tasks
  • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel)
  • Superior communication and interpersonal skills
  • Associate’s or bachelor’s degree in marketing or communications preferred
  • An Internship and/or 6 months of work experience in marketing, communications

Compensation based on experience. 

Benefits include health, dental, life, 401k, flexible spending accounts, and generous paid time off. 

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