New Times / Job Openings
New Times, San Luis Obispo’s premier alternative weekly newspaper is expanding its sales department. We are looking for energetic self-starters, who are competitive and want to be successful. Sales experience preferred.
New Times Media Group is a family-owned business that has been part of the community since 1986. Our mission is to publish great newspapers, which are successful and enduring, create a quality work environment that encourages employees to grow and to have a positive impact on our communities and make it a better place to live.
New Times is looking for an individual who cares about building relationships and partnering with local businesses. If you have the heart, we have the tools to train you to be a successful Ad Consultant. You must be self-motivated, ambitious and an independent person who wants to be part of a great team. Successful reps will have a sincere desire to help our clients assess their needs and work together to create marketing campaigns that increase their business.
TO APPLY: If this sounds like you, please let us know by e-mailing your résumé and cover to Bob Rucker at email@example.com.
When you submit your résumé please answer the following questions in the body of your e-mail:
1) Why are you interested in working for New Times Media Group?
Unlimited earning potential. Compensation includes a base salary, commission and bonus; excellent benefits package including medical, dental, paid time off. New Times Media Group is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
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