• VP, Account Group Supervisor

    Job ID
    US-NY-New York
    Account Services
    CDM New York
  • Overview


    Title: Vice President, Account Group Supervisor


    Company/Location: CDM New York/ New York 


    Department/Discipline: Account Services


    Competencies: Compassion, Creativity, Customer Focus, Informing, Intellectual Horsepower, Drive For Results


    Overview: The VP, Account Group Supervisor will be responsible for the internal and external strategic brand, product , team and client relationship. He or she will drive strategy across all marketing segments on multiple brands. He/She will build and maintain effective client relationships and oversee talent development across the team while maintaining financial goals and meeting all metrics associated with this role. 



    • Provide strategic direction and approvals at significant steps of the creative process
    • Lead a team and provide short-term execution direction for product
    • Identify and participate in agency new business initiatives as requested
    • Interact with all team members of agency product team to ensure accurate information exchange and smooth flow of product work
    • Identify strengths and weaknesses of the account and make recommendations for change
    • Manage account finances, including forecasts and income generation
    • Ensure that yearly reviews are performed on all team members
    • Work with Director of Client Services and Creative Directors to ensure that account is staffed appropriately to meet client needs
    • Communicate with all senior management across all CDM departments

    Qualifications and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree
    • 10+ years of medical marketing or pharmaceutical agency experience
    • Strong management experience
    • Verbal and written communication and conceptual skills, as well as the ability to work within a team are required. 


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