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Head of Client Services (Digital Marketing)83barStorden, MNAn account/program leader at 83bar ensures client programs/campaigns are delivered successfully based on client goals. Depth of pharma, healthcare, digital marketing, social platforms, campaign data analytics. Full-timeHead of Program Management83barStorden, MNProject management tools and digital marketing experience required. We are looking for a strong leader of people as well as a leader who possesses a broad knowledge of marketing, digital, data, and reporting, and the ability to balance campaign results with people development. Full-timeHead of Accounts And Personnel83barStorden, MNWe will look to you to professionally represent 83Bar at all levels of the client organization while maintaining a solid client-facing relationship(s) at the portfolio level, as well as develop accounts and campaigns that support 83Bar’s strategic direction through creation, development, knowledge of contracts, and long term goal planning. Full-time
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