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Account Executive, Content

At Saatchi LA, we believe in creating ideas that can live anywhere. We believe that everyone matters. And we believe that, when we work as a team, nothing is impossible.

We strive to bring out the best in each other, and in ourselves and expect our leaders to understand the value of close collaboration. 

We also believe that creating transformational work requires passion, tenacity, curiosity and optimism. And, we believe that working 2.5 miles from the beach isn't so bad, either.

We are seeking an Account Executive to champion content, design, and branding work on behalf of our clients.  We are looking for someone who is passionate about insights that can be derived from research in order to create work that is perceived by consumers as helpful instead of interruptive.  Part strategist, part philosopher, part perpetual student - with a sincere love of all things storytelling and branding.

In a daily capacity you will work within the Content and Platform group (largely the content we create for our clients’ websites and the tools that consumers interact with).  The successful candidate will have previous experience in a marketing, branding, or digital agency or client services environment and will have worked on multiple projects simultaneously.  If you can see yourself here, keep reading!

This individual will be responsible for the following:

Position Responsibilities:

  • Overall day-to-day project management
  • Project leader on all aspects of each interactive and brochure/collateral assignments, including creative development, shoots, schedules, product and legal approvals, and budget management
  • Oversees scheduling and workflow to ensure internal and client deadlines are met; works closely with the Platform team to ensure cohesive delivery
  • Steward of the brand and model strategies across disciplines
  • Excels at building client and internal relationships; ability to confidently present work to all internal and external stakeholders
  • Ability to think ‘big picture’ and anticipate potential issues
  • Recognizes when to maintain a high level of confidentiality while working on proprietary aspects of business
  • Ability to successfully navigate through multiple departments and stakeholders both internally and with clients
  • Assists Account Supervisor and Directors on other duties, no matter how small or large
  • Provides assistance to Platform team when and as required
  • Team player; supports the success of the Content Creation & Platform Groups in all aspects
  • Demonstrates deep understanding of both the Content & Platform functions


  • College degree
  • 2 – 4 years advertising agency experience
  • Ability to manage and lead multiple projects simultaneously
  • Experience with marketing, digital, design, and print/collateral disciplines and automotive category
  • Experience with content creation and production process including; photoshoots, Video shoots, and 3D content creation
  • Experience working on development of product positioning and marketing copy
  • Experience or interest in innovative content types: GIFs, Cinemagraphs, 3D demons
  • Excellent organization and multi-tasking skills are essential to this position
  • Meticulous attention to detail; demonstrates a high degree of accuracy
  • Excellent written and verbal skills
  • Ability to work extended hours and weekends, as required


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