Account managers work in businesses to serve as liaisons between clients and the company. They are often involved with new client acquisition, contract negotiations, project management, vendor selection processes, and more for companies with a complex customer base or business model.
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Does the candidate have the appropriate educational qualifications or training for this position?
Prior Work Experience
Has the candidate acquired the necessary skills or qualifications through past work experiences?
Does the candidate have the technical skills necessary for this position?
Problem Solving Abilities
Has the candidate demonstrated critical problem-solving skills?
Did the candidate demonstrate team building and communication skills?
Would hiring this candidate steer your organization in the right direction?
Is this a step forward or backward in this candidate's career?
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