Full-Time Multi-Media Sales Executive Wanted


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Full-Time Multi-Media Sales Executive Wanted

Full-Time Multi-Media Sales Executive 

TheBucks County Herald and River Towns Magazine have an opening for a full-time multi-media sales executive with experience selling advertising in newspapers, magazines, and online sales. 

Job Duties: 

  • Make sales presentations to marketing decision-makers of SMBs 
  • Manage existing accounts and develop new business to grow sales and achieve assigned goals 
  • Consistently utilize our CRM for account management, prospecting, and logging sales activities 
  • Cold call small to medium-sized businesses in person and over the phone • Network with business owners 
  • Grow your sales through referrals 
  • Maintain active membership with local networking groups which meet in your area • Other related duties as assigned 


  • 2+ years of media sales experience 
  • A valid driver’s license, access to a reliable vehicle, proof of auto insurance, a clean driving record, and a clean background check are required 
  • The ability to overcome obstacles and achieve monthly sales goals 
  • Strong computer skills and understanding of CRM and spreadsheet software • Self-motivated and goal-oriented 
  • Excellent interpersonal verbal and written communication skills 
  • College degree preferred 

Compensation and benefits: 

  • Our Outside Sales Representatives can make more than $75,000 by year two. • Uncapped commission 
  • Mileage reimbursement 
  • Paid Time Off 
  • Paid Holidays 
  • Medical/ Dental Insurance 
  • Health Savings Plan 

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Send a letter and resume to Allan Ash, Director of Sales and Digital Marketing at [email protected]

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