Reporting to the Director of Partner Account Management, the National Accounts Manager position is directly responsible for A Place for Mom’s corporate account relationships with designated national and regional customers. The primary goal of the position is to drive significant revenue and move-in growth within our external customers (referred to as partners). This position is responsible for delivering the results through the sharing of performance data, frequent corporate- and regional-level contact, the creation and successful roll out of partner-facing programs, and ongoing partner education. The position holds the keys to ensuring our partner relationships are excellent by promoting positive outcomes and monitoring programs that drive successful results to our customers.
The ability to sell and to motivate others to higher success is a necessary skill for the National Accounts Manager, and he/she must also be adept at measuring and reporting specific results to their partner accounts. The ability to communicate and build relationships within the Senior Living industry is a key asset, given that a goal of this position is to be the primary contact for C-level executives within our partner companies nationwide.
The National Accounts Manager will also work closely with APFM’s Regional Managers (currently 22) who report to Regional Directors of Sales, as these managers are responsible for supportive and successful partner relationships in their regions at the local community level. The National Accounts Manager also works with the Regional Manager to resolve any invoice-related issues that may be raised by a partner.
The position requires travel of approximately 8-9 overnights per month. If the selected individual lives outside of the Puget Sound area, there will be additional travel on a regular basis to A Place for Mom’s corporate offices in Seattle.
Specific responsibilities include:
Travel: 8-9 days of overnight travel are expected per month.
A Place for Mom is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring and valuing a diverse work team. This policy of Equal Employment Opportunity applies to all applicants and employees, and to all aspects of employment, including recruitment, hiring, training, compensation, promotions, and treatment on the job, benefits, termination, and all other terms and conditions of employment.
Candidates must be authorized to work in the United States to be eligible for consideration, visa sponsorship not available. Completion of a full-background check is required prior to employment.