Catalyze Communications Job Vacancy: Account Manager - Jakarta - Kerja Ngo

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Catalyze Communications Job Vacancy: Account Manager - Jakarta

Job Purpose:

  • Ensure high level of client satisfaction and through time, increased client trust and confidence in Catalyze
  • Develop Catalyze through Business Development strategy and revenue generation
  • Employment type: Part time
  • Location: Jakarta with occasional travel to Bali and other places
Your responsibilities
  • Ensure that activities that are agreed to with the client align with the overall Marketing Strategy at all times
  • Ensure that project workplans and milestones are clearly communicated to the client and Catalyze creative teams, and that they are adhered to
  • Generate revenue through Catalyze existing and or new client(s)
  • Manage and keep up to date project calendars and workplans
  • Provide timely responses to client enquiries on any aspect of the collaboration
  • Liaise when necessary with third parties
Your experience

  • Min. 5 years experience managing various accounts and generating business in the field of Marketing/Communication/Public Relations
  • Familiarity with environmental and/or developmental issues a plus
Your skills

  • Excellent interpersonal skills, assured self-confidence
  • Diplomatic acumen, firmness in making decisions.
  • Customer-orientation and dedication to the highest level of client satisfaction
  • Outstanding organizational and time-planning skills
  • Excellent command of English and Bahasa Indonesia (written and spoken)
Are you interested?
Please apply with your CV and motivation letter (approx. 300 words/half page) to before 31 March 2017

About the company
Catalyze is a communications agency dedicated to inspiring and influencing people for the greener good. We do this by empowering non-profits and businesses to protect nature through communications that create impact. Since Catalyze was founded in 2010, we have worked with some of the world’s leading environmental organizations such as WWF, the World Resources Institute and Wildlife Conservation Society, on pressing issues that range from renewable energy to illegal wildlife trade.

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