Integrated Media Consultant (IMC)
Updated On: Mar 10 2014 12:21:48 PM CDT
Job Summary: “The Networks of Mid-Missouri” (ABC/FOX/MyNetworkTV/Me-TV) the News-Press and Gazette Company (NPG) cluster of television stations in Columbia/Jefferson City, Mo. has an opening for an Integrated Media Consultant. NPG is taking the lead in delivering relevant news and information to a uniquely educated and affluent Internet audience through award-winning Web sites. We are looking for an individual who can develop, along with the advertising sales team, relationships with independent and franchise businesses, assess their Internet needs and offer creative solutions to increase their business.
Job Requirements: The IMC is responsible to coordinate Internet and mobile campaigns from pre-sale planning through production, traffic and post sale business reviews. In addition, the IMC will help broadcast sales executives reach overall sales goals, maintain existing customer base and develop new business.
The ideal candidate will possess the following:
- Minimum 3-5 years consultative sales experience, advertising sales, media sales experience preferred
- Excellent organizational and communication skills, professional demeanor and attitude proficient computer and internet skills
- College degree preferred
- A valid Missouri driver's license or the ability to obtain one is required
NPG of Missouri offers a competitive compensation package, extensive training, medical/dental insurance and paid time off.
Send cover letter with resume to:
NPG of Missouri
Attn: Trent Poindexter
501 Business Loop 70, E.
Columbia, MO. 65201
Or e-mail resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
References must be made available upon request.
Candidate must pass a drug test and background check.
“The Networks of Mid-Missouri” is an equal opportunity employer.
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