Are you a digital marketing sorcerer with solid experience in a client-facing role? When it comes to your clients, do you consider yourself a relationship expert (like Ann Landers but for clients)?
Do you take pride in spearheading projects and brainstorming new business ideas? Would you describe yourself as an “account manager,” “strategist,” or “team lead?” Do your friends make fun of your color-coded calendar and other semi-neurotic self-organization tactics?
If so, you just might be the next Senior Account Manager at Inflow. As Senior Account Manager, you’ll join our team of eCommerce marketing all-stars to manage our valuable clients and collaborate on innovative, tailored strategies that make them (and us) happy.
Responsibilities (Your Mission)
What We Must Have (No, Really)
And About Culture. . .
We know that culture isn’t really about beer meisters and bean bag chairs. It’s about people. And wanting to come to work. And the F word. No, the other one: freedom. To be yourself. To laugh out loud. To work 40 hours and not need to check your email from the top of Bierstadt, or on the drive back to Denver. To be surrounded by talented people with multiple superpowers. Happy hours don’t necessarily happen every week. We’ve got a life outside of work, too. But we do reward and celebrate our successes. Beers. Bowling. Rockies games.
For the fifth consecutive year, Inflow has been named one of the Denver area’s fastest-growing private companies, PLUS we’re one of 200 Google Managed Agencies AND one of only 50 firms worldwide to be named a “Moz Recommended Company.” This year we made the Inc. 5000 list for the third time.
But awards get boring, eh? So what’s our story?
Mike Belasco (chill guy whose daughter is obsessed with Star Wars) founded the company back in 2003 when he saw this huge, honkin’, Royal Gorge-size gap between agency offerings and client needs. Originally, seOverflow (our previous brand) was just that—an SEO outsourcing company. Now we provide omni-channel marketing — SEO, PPC and CRO — to eCommerce businesses to help them grow.
Oh, and don’t mess with Mike. His grandfather engineered the first space shuttle toilet and he doesn’t eat raspberries. No one knows why.