Account Executive

FOX40 is looking for an Account Executive to join our successful new business development team.  If your current sales position does not provide you with a creative environment, you must apply.  Qualified candidates must have successful outside sales experience and a proven track record in order to be considered.

Ideal candidates must be adept at analyzing client needs and uncovering key marketing challenges. Candidates must know how to use creativity, market research and interpersonal skills to effectively communicate marketing solutions.  The right person will be able to develop strong, long-term relationships.  Strong presentation skills are required to be part of your skill set.

Candidate is responsible for all aspects of accounts, including web, generating new business, and the creation and sale of unique promotional sponsorships.  Candidate must be able to present and negotiate all aspects of the station and website.

If you are ready to sell on-air, on-line and on-site, reply now.  If you bring the sales skills, we will teach you the media business.  E-mail cover letter and resume to Robb Wright at:  robb.wright@fox40.com

To learn more about the job, and to apply online, head to TribuneMedia.com


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