Senior Account Executive l Kellogg's l Chicago, IL

Job Location US-Chicago
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Join our highly collaborative and high energy team!


We've just been awarded the Kellogg’s portfolio shopper marketing and promotional marketing business! TracyLocke will be putting together a stellar team, based in our Chicago office, to work on this fantastic new account.


A bit about us:


We are brand experience designers.


Using design thinking, we craft brand experiences that create value at every relevant touchpoint. From in-store merchandising, digital/social/mobile applications and retailer initiatives to local marketing, packaging development and content creation, our purpose is to get consumers and shoppers to buy into your brand and purchase your product.



Do you love working in the shopper marketing and CPG space? Do you have account management experience in an integrated marketing or advertising agency? Are you passionate and client relationship building and creative collaboration? Do you love writing creative briefs, brainstorming and preparing client presentations? If so, we'd love to hear from you.


We have an immediate opportunity for a Senior Account Executive (or Account Executive).


Terrific people in a high energy and highly collaborative agency setting. Agency account management experience in shopper marketing and consumer packaged goods required as well as knowledge/experience with drug/dollar channels.


These positions will be responsible for world-class day to day program development and execution for our client and assigned retailers.


Amazing opportunities for those who thrive in a fast-paced environment and desire the responsibility and accountability for leading projects, crafting amazing ideas and driving flawless execution. 



4-year degree in Business, Marketing or related field

3-4 years’ agency account management experience in shopper marketing through the the drug/dollar channel required.



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