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POLITICO’s mission from the very beginning was to win the audience. We dedicate ourselves to providing accurate, non-partisan, impactful information to the right people at the right time so that they can act with confidence and speed. We experiment to avoid being disrupted and we have fun disrupting others. And we are not afraid to risk failure if it means being the best at what we do.
We are searching for an Account Executive to join POLITICO Pro. Our Account Executives are a part of the New Business side of the POLITICO Pro sales team- focused on driving revenue by managing the full sales-cycle from prospect to close.
POLITICO Pro is POLITICO's SaaS product hat arms policy professionals with in-depth policy reporting and a portfolio of tools they need to get the job done.
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We are driven by our values. We are relentless contributors, disruptors, collaborators, and talent cultivators. Our culture is defined by grit, total integrity, and a prioritization on innovation.
We value our people. We offer a competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits package, including health and wellness benefits, commuter benefits, and retirement plans. In our commitment to work-life balance flexibility, we offer 12 weeks paid parental leave and flexible vacation.
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Company - Private
201 to 500 employees