The average salary of a(n) Account Director in Colorado - State Average is $62,743.
The average hourly rate of a(n) Account Director in Colorado - State Average is $30.17.
The average bonus of a(n) Account Director in Colorado - State Average is $4,662.00.
Builds solid relationships with organizations across the nation to learn about projects and opportunities. Assumes responsibility for the growth, management, retention, and satisfaction of a portfolio of key accounts. Demonstrates marketing ability to lead clients strategically and tactically. Provides engagement leadership, develops senior level client relationships, and is regarded by the client as an expert and trusted advisor. Develops strong relationships with key client contacts and penetrates organization. Provides management ability to lead internal teams to prioritize their work and perform at the highest level. Motivates, leads, and manages internal teams to develop and manage interactive marketing programs that meet clients' business objectives. Administers the day-to-day execution, analysis, management, and communication of client revenue activity and post-care sales support. Works collaboratively with Account Managers and Operations to provide superior service. Executes projects with a focus on success and a high level of profitability. Identifies, bids on, negotiates, and closes new sales opportunities in the desired market. Seeks new business relationships as well as expands existing account relationships. Learns new technologies quickly and adapts to changes in product, pricing, and implementation processes. Identifies new sales opportunities in designated target market. Proposes and negotiates solutions to secure new sales for the organization's Sales Department. Develops and manages client relationships for assigned accounts in order to gain strategic positioning with decision makers, attains additional business, and keeps the competition at bay. Develops and implements actions to cross-sell and up-sell accounts to increase overall business. Teams with technical, engineering, customer service, and related support staffs to ensure end-to-end customer sales and satisfaction and thereby drives new revenue growth from satisfied customers. Helps developers/designers where needed. Keeps current on client organization's technology and industry and shares knowledge with department, company, and clients. Develops relationships with external resource providers and client prospects. Manages the complete web development production life cycle for projects ranging from small web sites to complex large web sites. Identifies key deliverables, creates timelines and assigns responsibilities. Schedules and leads project meetings, clearly communicating agenda and results of meetings to all participants. Manages project resources, including assets from client and internal documents. Communicates availability of resources clearly to all members of the team. Tracks and reports on progress of project against project critical path. Continues to train and develop knowledge of new technologies. Less
Builds solid relationships with organizations across the nation to learn about projects and opportunities. Assumes responsibility for the growth, management, retention, and satisfaction of a portfolio of key accounts. Demonstrates marketing ability to lead clients strategically and tactically. Provides engagement... More