Position Newspaper Date Posted
Advertising Account Executive

The State

2/9/16

Join The State, South Carolina's most honored newspaper, with special recognition for photography and coverage of sports, politics and public policy. The State was the only South Carolina newspaper awarded the Triple Crown by the Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE) for Sunday and special sections and digital sports coverage and it's the second largest newspaper in the Palmetto State. We are currently seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team as:

Advertising Account Executive

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Understand and assess and develop plans for areas for growth (cross-sell/up-sell/new customers) within identified opportunity categories and assigned geography and share insights with local sales team
  • Utilize category-specific value propositions to incorporate impactful insights into proposals
  • Target and build relationships with existing clients and potential clients within the local market
  • Create  proposals after  gaining a complete understanding of the client’s needs through a CIA
  • Communicate the ROI of the solution and educate the client on the solution, as needed
  • Actively manage relationship by reporting campaign results to ensure client satisfaction and identify follow-up opportunities for up-sell and cross-sell
  • Smoothly transition accounts to and from other teams as necessary based on spending level and customer needs

Key Competencies:

  • Able to identify and capture new business revenue
  • Understands each client and their unique business needs in order to provide ROI-impactful solutions
  • Researches and provides insights to the clients
  • Attends local chamber events and networking events to become clear media leader in territory
  • Has deep understanding of local market & competitive landscape

Job Requirements:

  • Publishing, advertising or media experience preferred.
  • Bachelor's degree preferred
  • 2 to 5 years of related experience in sales or marketing.
  • Must have excellent sales skills, customer relations, and communication skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
  • Work schedule is Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.

The fulltime position includes a competitive salary, commission program, and a comprehensive benefits package.

The State is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Interested applicants should email resume to rbellorinni@charlotteobserver.com

Outside Muti-Media Account Executive

The Sun News

2/9/16

Join The Sun News, a leader in the digital media industry serving Myrtle Beach and the surrounding Grand Strand area. The Sun News is growing and evolving to emerge among the strongest and most successful news companies in the changing 21st century media landscape. To fuel this growth, we combine the mass reach of our daily newspaper with targeted direct mail and niche publications and operating the leading local internet business in our vibrant communities. We are currently seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team as:

Outside Multi-Media Account Executive – Automotive

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Develop long-term strategies to ensure revenue goals are achieved.
  • Be thoroughly familiar with all product solutions, print and digital.
  • Master the 8 Step Sales Process and The Sun News’ solutions, including conducting a client impact analysis; developing a proposal to maximize client’s business; closing the sale; circling back with customer to get feedback and refine the marketing campaign. Each account executive will have responsibility for both existing accounts and continuous development of new business.  
  • Utilize the sales pipeline tool. Be strategic and proactive in identifying ways to fill in gaps to achieve revenue goals.
  • Understand and assess areas for growth within assigned business categories
  • Target and build relationships with existing clients and potential new clients that are interested in multi-product solutions
  • Communicate ROI solution and educate the client on solution, as needed

Key Competencies:

  • Has strong grasp of all products to help craft complex ROI-impactful solutions with clients
  • Able to identify and capture new business revenue
  • Exhibits technical competency, e.g. updating our CRM, creating client-ready proposals in PowerPoint, etc..
  • Focused on finding solutions to problems
  • Able to sell against other media and effectively manage and overcome objections

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum 3-5 years multi-media sales experience.
  • Ideal candidate should have a history of surpassing sales goals.
  • Successful experience selling digital advertising REQUIRED, including SEO, SEM, websites, landing pages, video, mobile, social media, reputation management, and banner ads required.
  • Must be organized, articulate and able to demonstrate strong communication skills.
  • Must have own car and a good driving record.
  • The fulltime position includes a competitive salary, commission program, and a comprehensive benefits package.

The Sun News is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Interested applicants should email resume to rbellorinni@charlotteobserver.com

Jack or Jill of many talents wanted

Blind Box A

2/8/16

Do you have strong design, editing and writing skills? Would you fall in love with a job where you could develop your talent as an editor, advertising copy writer and designer, and news and features reporter? No resumes please. Columbia area. Reply with why you would love this kind of work to Jen Madden, SCPA.

Opinion and Community Conversation Editor

The Daily Press, Virginia

2/3/16

The Daily Press is searching for an opinion and community conversation editor whose job is to be the responsible voice of leadership for the Virginia peninsula. Duties include:

  • Responsible for the content, production and cohesive, consistent direction of opinion content across print and digital platforms.
  • Write (or assign planning and research for) bold, fact-driven, well-researched institutional editorials, at least five a week for print and online shorts.
  • Lead a weekly editorial board meeting for discussion and planning of the week’s vision for community conversations.
  • Plan two initiatives a year to develop influence and provide insight for solutions to community issues.
  • Plan and execute candidate endorsement meetings and discussions for all major contested races in our coverage area—local, state and national in a swing state.
  • Maintain a community presence, and serve as the representative for the editorial board and the company (newspaper) at public events. Organize and conduct events, such as political debates and forums, to help educate the public, encourage debate and raise awareness of our work in the community.
  • Increase community engagement and interaction with the board and increase/emphasize the mix of local voices on our opinion pages across platforms: Invite community leaders to editorial board for discussions; schedule/coordinate community outings for the board.
  • Contribute to the newspaper’s digital strategy; connect with readers on social media platforms and through various established engagement efforts
  • Supervise an associate opinion editor who is responsible for daily page production and management of content for the section, including letters to the editor, opinion columns and cartoons, for print and digital, and occasional column writing.
  • Oversee/plan the selection and recognition of the Daily Press Citizen of the Year.
  • Provide leadership in the newsroom and act as adviser to the publisher and editing team when needed.
  • Yearly oversight for ethics and stylebook discussions and updates

Must have an undergraduate degree in a field related to public affairs or journalism, or equivalent related experience. Should have an in-depth knowledge of government at all levels and extensive understanding of local, state and national history. Should possess superior writing and editing skills. Reports directly to the CEO & Publisher. Serves as a member of the Editorial Department’s senior planning team.

Please send resume and clips and links to Human Resources Director Keith Potts at kpotts@dailypress.com.

Newport News is located on the Virginia peninsula. We are surrounded by the York River, the James River and the Chesapeake Bay. Among the communities we cover: Hampton, Gloucester, Mathews, Williamsburg and Smithfield. We are the home to Colonial Williamsburg, Yorktown and Jamestown. If you’re a history buff, you’ll never be at a loss for places to see. If you like great seafood, beaches and still want to watch the leaves change in the fall, this is the place for you. In addition, we are the home to many colleges and universities including Hampton University, Christopher Newport University and the College of William and Mary. We offer a great place to live as well as a great place to work.

Staff Writer

Index-Journal

2/3/16

The Greenwood (S.C.) Index-Journal, a 13,000-circulation daily newspaper, is looking for a talented, energetic and aggressive staff writer to join its award-winning team.

It's true that we're not a major metro, but we do have a hard-working staff that has surpassed the parameters established for a small daily, and we are poised to help you launch that career that gets you to that major metro.

How's that?

In the past four years, our newspaper collected well more than 100 South Carolina Press Association awards, many of which have been for our investigative reporting, beat coverage and feature writing. We've won the President's Cup, a points-based honor given to the best newspaper in each circulation category. We've placed in General Excellence (overall newspaper award) three of the last four years. Awards-wise, it's the most successful stretch in our newspaper's history.

The position we're looking to fill is crucial to our team. We need a reporter who can hit the ground and take charge of our primary city/county government reporting beat in Greenwood. In this day and time when newspapers are cutting staff, we are remaining at full staff. And we remain as committed as ever to serving our readers as the best government watchdog. No other media outlet tries to keep the big boys honest the way we do, and the awards we have received are a direct reflection of that fact. We want someone who will know the issues well before they surface, someone who will skim the issues by simply attending regularly scheduled meetings. We can hire a stenographer for that. No, we need someone who will doggedly pursue the stories.

Candidates should be able to dig into local reporting on all levels and should not be afraid to ask the tough questions. After all, that's the kind of reporting that garners awards from your peers and accolades from the readers you serve. Not every story is a Watergate gem, but the reporter filling this slot should not take everything at face value. There's an old saying shared by editors of yore: If your mother tells you she loves you, check it out. That's the kind of fact-checking reporter we want. You should be aggressive, yet fair.

Make no mistake. This is not a beat-the-doors-down, hit-'em-up daily position. There are solid feature stories to be told too. As we said, it's not all Watergate, but in the past several years our reporting has unearthed stories that spoke directly to the taxpayers' pocketbook while landing the newspaper rewards in the areas of in-depth reporting and as frontline fighters in the battle to uphold the state's Freedom of Information Act.

We are a family owned newspaper, which means we don’t have the layers of corporate executives to wade through.

The ideal candidate must understand local news matters and be able to convey that through stories and photos (when our photographer isn't available). Candidates also have to be digital savvy, employing social media in an effort to build and retain readers and viewers alike.

If this sounds like a good fit for you, and you have the desire to help us continue our award-winning, public-serving publication, we want to hear from you. We offer a highly competitive starting pay, exceeding the entry level of many larger dailies in our state. Range is between $25K and $30K, depending on experience and qualifications.

To apply, send your resume, a cover letter and 5-10 clips (we're looking for enterprise, breaking news and well-written features) via regular mail or email to:
Richard S. Whiting
Executive Editor
P.O. Box 1018
Greenwood, SC 29648
rwhiting@indexjournal.com
No phone calls please.

General Assignment Reporter and Public Safety/Criminal Justice Reporter

The Brunswick News, Georgia

1/27/16

Two Reporting positions in paradise.

The Brunswick News seeks a general assignment reporter and a public safety/criminal justice reporter to join a news team on the verge of big new things. This six-day, 16,000-circulation newspaper is doubling down on a superior tradition of local news coverage and will add more and better depth and breadth in the months to come. The successful candidate for the general assignment post will cover it all – from breaking news to features and enterprise. The public safety and courts reporter will cover the crime beat along with enterprise and features as available.

The local convention and visitors’ bureau describes the area well. “Nestled on the Georgia coast, midway between Savannah, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., lies the mainland city of Brunswick and its four beautiful barrier islands: St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Little St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island. Pristine stretches of marshland, punctuated by small islands known as hammocks, define the breathtaking landscape and create the appearance of a continuous stretch of land reaching out to the barrier islands.”

Come work just minutes from any of a dozen beautiful beaches and be a part of a newspaper that isn’t just hanging on, but has big and bold plans for the future. To apply, email a résumé and samples of your work to Executive Editor Tim O’Briant at tobriant@thebrunswicknews.com.

SRS Beat Reporter

Aiken Standard

1/26/16

The Aiken Standard, a 15,000 circulation daily paper in Aiken, S.C., is seeking a reporter to cover the Savannah River Site, a 310-square-mile Department of Energy facility currently involved in the management and remediation of nuclear material. This beat includes all site-related contractors.

The ideal candidate is a hard-working go-getter who must want answers to questions and who doesn't hesitate to get them. This specialized beat demands an analytical and dynamic individual with an enthusiasm for environmental reporting, crunching numbers and following paper trails. Previous government and industry reporting experiences a plus. Photography experience also a plus.

The reporter will also have to be adept at writing about community events, people and activities, as needed.

This position will report directly to the News Editor and requires strong skills in writing clean, accurate copy on complex science and business topics, as well as experience in generating daily and enterprise content.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Writing daily and weekend enterprise pieces on the Savannah River Site and the local and national issues that impact it, its contractors and employees
  • Attending meetings and networking events to further expand knowledge of the beat
  • Ability to bring a fresh perspective to the beat in an ever-changing newspaper industry
  • Ability to easily work with reporters and editors in the newsroom

Requirements:

  • Minimum of a bachelor's degree in journalism or communications
  • Strong skills with writing, editing and AP style
  • Previous experience in a newsroom environment
  • Knowledge of the community of Aiken, S.C. and surrounding cities a plus
  • Knowledge of InDesign and multimedia a plus

Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and references to News Editor Holly Ellington at hellington@aikenstandard.com no later than February 10, 2016. No phone calls, please.

Reporter

Columbia Regional Business Report

1/26/16

The Columbia Regional Business Report is looking for a talented reporter to cover local and state business and economic development for our award-winning regional business journal.

The Columbia Regional Business Report is a publication of SC Biz News, which also publishes Charleston Regional Business Journal and GSA Business Report and the quarterly SCBIZ magazine.

Bustling with downtown redevelopment, Columbia is the capital city of South Carolina and home to the University of South Carolina. It also is one of the top 3 locations in the world for the insurance industry and headquarters of the state’s largest health care system.

Two years or more of reporting experience in print journalism preferred; this is not an entry-level position.
Photography and video experience would be a plus.
Other requirements:

  • Must be self-motivated, innovative and creative.
  • Must understand what is needed to cover a beat. (We’re in a highly competitive media market.)
  • Must be comfortable using social media to share stories.
  • Must be web-savvy and able to compile our daily digital news report.
  • Must be able to manage multiple deadlines and priorities for various publications, both print and digital.
  • A bachelor’s degree in journalism or related field.

Send a cover letter, resume and three clips (links are acceptable) to editor Chuck Crumbo at scjournalist@gmail.com. Unfortunately, we cannot respond to all applicants, but we will contact those who make the first cut.

Executive Director

N.C. Press Association

1/21/16

The North Carolina Press Association has a great opportunity for a new executive director to lead our 143-year-old organization into the next phase of its history. Our ideal candidate will be able to manage the day-to day, plan and develop strategy, sell the organization's benefits and services, work with the state legislature, and work closely with a talented staff. This is a hands-on job with giant rewards for the right person. For a list of job duties, or to send a resume for consideration, please email Pat Taylor, NCPA president, at pat@thepilot.com.  

Managing Editor

Aiken Standard

1/20/16

The Aiken Standard in Aiken, S.C., is seeking an accomplished managing editor to lead its progressive and dynamic newsgathering operation. The successful candidate will require senior management experience on both the print and digital sides of a community newspaper.

The managing editor is responsible for all news, sports, lifestyles and opinion content on all platforms, to include an active social media presence. Beyond the daily operation, the managing editor will also supervise an active video production unit, a weekly newspaper, The Star, in nearby North Augusta, S.C., The Fort Gordon Globe weekly serving the U.S. Army base in Augusta, Ga., and the University of South Carolina booster publication Spurs and Feathers, which is published under contract with USC.

He or she will be expected to maintain the highest standards for editorial quality and put a premium on quantity and quality local news and enterprise reporting. The ideal candidate will be a good mentor who can recruit and train young journalists with media law and ethics being key lessons to be imparted.
The managing editor will have budgeting responsibilities for the news operation(s) and will be expected to work closely with the publisher and all department heads, especially those in advertising and audience development, to assure quality content and cooperation in building readership.

The successful candidate will have demonstrated abilities to motivate, innovate and lead a fast-paced newsroom that works hard, has fun and racks up awards in the annual South Carolina Press Association newspaper contest. It is very important for the managing editor to be well connected to the community and prepared to represent the newspaper in various community activities, to include government meetings, charitable and cultural events.

Basic requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree or better and at least three years in a senior management role.
  • A proven track record of innovating in print, digital, mobile and social.
  • Strong grasp of Freedom of Information Act, media law and libel issues
  • Knowledge of content management and editorial systems and digital platforms.
  • A record of developing new products or revenue streams.
  • An ability to lead, rather than manage people.
  • A commitment to meeting deadlines.
  • Skills in training and staff development.
  • Basic understanding of CTP pre-press systems operated by newsroom staff

To apply, send resume, cover letters and reference to Publisher Ellen Priest at epriest@aikenstandard.com or call at 803-644-2345.

Reporter

The Fort Jackson Leader

1/20/16

EDITOR/REPORTER
Camden Media Company has an opening for a full-time position for on-post work at The Fort Jackson Leader.
Military experience a plus.
Must have writing samples.
Email resume to:
mmischner@chronicle-independent.com

Sales Executive

The Manning Times

1/19/16

The Manning Times, a weekly newspaper in Clarendon County and one of the oldest in the Santee Cooper region, is seeking a motivated, personable sales executive for full-time work. The ideal candidate must have reliable transportation, good communication skills and be good with the public. Please send resumes, with references, to manningsctimes@gmail.com, or drop off at 230 E. Boyce St. in Manning. Hours are 9-5, Monday-Friday.

Local team leader/editor The Post and Courier 1/19/16

The Post and Courier, a growing, independently owned news organization based in Charleston, S.C., and winner of the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, is looking for an experienced journalist to lead a our local reporting team.

The right candidate must think digital first, helping a lead a team of journalists who will break news online and enhance for print. You should be comfortable monitoring and sharing news on all social media platforms, and be able to recognize the variety of ways we can tell stories in the digital age. The local team leader must also work effectively with the managing editor, digital editor, photo editor and others to produce outstanding enterprise and watchdog journalism. You must demonstrate the ability to multi-task in a fast-moving environment and inspire your team to produce its best work.

Candidates should be an accomplished editor or an experienced and talented reporter with a track record of inspiring and leading others. Preference will be given to those with a background managing and editing an excellent news staff.

The Post and Courier, the largest daily newspaper in South Carolina, has developed a reputation as one of the nation’s leading watchdog news organizations. We expect our next local editor to help us build upon that tradition, and we will demand you do the best work of your career. Our previous local editor is now the managing editor for an influential East Coast newspaper.

If you think you fit the bill, send a resume and a cover letter to Post and Courier Executive Editor Mitch Pugh at mpugh@postandcourier.com. The Post and Courier is a drug-free and equal opportunity employer.

Video/Still Photographer

The Herald

1/11/16

The Herald of Rock Hill, South Carolina, has an immediate opening for a video/still photographer in our newsroom. 

We're looking for someone who can elevate our digital storytelling so that we're producing a steady diet of compelling video for our digital platforms - perhaps even development of news interactives - while also making sure we have compelling still images for our print edition.

This position will work closely with our online editor on video production and editing, as well as some occasional web management and digital enterprise projects. Someone who knows his/her way around a camera and can help us tell the story of the day with images, not just someone to accept and shoot assignments. We're looking for someone who will bring good ideas to our daily news conversations, as well as taking others' ideas and making them sing. Demonstrated experience with video editing programs desired.

Any experience managing the work of other photojournalists is a plus. Lastly, social media experience is a plus, as this candidate will be expected to Tweet photos and videos from events and occasionally help manage our Facebook page.

About Rock Hill and The Herald:

Rock Hill is approximately 20 miles south of downtown Charlotte, N.C., and about 85 miles north of Columbia, S.C., the state capital. All major Southern cities are within easy driving distance, including Asheville, Raleigh, Atlanta and Orlando. With a daily print circulation of about 24,000, and more than 100,000 unique visitors to our website monthly, The Herald serves the greater Rock Hill area, which includes York, Chester and parts of Lancaster counties. York County is the second fastest-growing county in South Carolina, with more than 190,000 residents.

Interested candidates should email video and still portfolio to mrochester@heraldonline.com

Surge Account Executive

The Sun News

12/14/15

Join The Sun News, a leader in the digital media industry serving Myrtle Beach and the surrounding Grand Strand area. The Sun News is growing and evolving to emerge among the strongest and most successful news companies in the changing 21st century media landscape. To fuel this growth, we combine the mass reach of our daily newspaper with targeted direct mail and niche publications and operating the leading local internet business in our vibrant communities. We are currently seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team as:

Surge Account Executive

We are currently seeking a Surge Account Executive for our Advertising Division. The successful candidate will meet and/or exceed monthly sales goals by generating advertising revenue for Surge print and digital products through aggressive and strategic outbound face to face sales efforts.  In addition, coordinate and execute community relations/sponsorships/events.

Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Develop product knowledge as related to Surge and be fluent in communicating print and digital advertising features and benefits.  Product knowledge includes market penetration, rates, circulation, discounts, competition, readership results, etc.
  2. Master basic principles of newspaper advertising.  Communicate and conceptualize layout design.  Learn merchandising and promotional needs of advertisers and convert needs into advertising sales.
  3. Develop technical and organizational skills required.  Partner with all personnel in advertising and support departments in ad ordering, billing, credit, production, deadlines, proof corrections, sales forecasting, immediate usage, etc.
  4. Help manage accounts, including pick-up of ad copy/artwork, handling of credit/billing problems, and delivery of proofs on a weekly basis.
  5. Process orders, adjustments, and contracts as needed.
  6. Prospect for new customers weekly with competitive magazines & newspapers, websites and other publications.
  7. Present new campaigns, specs and be responsible for growing active accounts and meet goal each period.
  8. Assist the Marketing Manager with coordination and execution of events/sponsorships, sometimes with little or no supervision.
  9. Help develop Surge’s social media image through Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms.
  10. Able to react to change productively and handle other essential tasks as assigned.
  11. Comply with all company and departmental rules and policies as described in your employee guide and company memos as distributed.
  12. This job description does not necessarily contain all of the actual or essential duties of this job.
  13. Some night and weekend work will be required depending on promotional/event calendar.

Key Competencies:

  1. Is detail-oriented and thorough for entering orders for  accounts
  2. Provide excellent customer service and time management skills
  3. Highly organized and detail oriented
  4. Provide troubleshooting assistance for creative and operations related issues for ad campaigns
  5. Excellent customer service and communication skills
  6. Ability to handle a high volume of work under tight deadlines
  7. Problem-solving skills
  8. Proactive in finding resolutions to issues

Job Requirements:

  1. 2 year College degree preferred.
  2. 2 year outside sales experience required, media industry preferred.
  3. Advertising or Marketing experience helpful.
  4. Good communication skills. Self-confidence when dealing with new people and situations.
  5. Strong adaptability and flexibility.
  6. Ability to attend Night & Weekend events

The fulltime position includes a competitive salary, commission program, and a comprehensive benefits package.

The Sun News is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Enterprise Reporter

The Herald

12/14/15

The Herald of Rock Hill, SC, seeks an enterprise reporter to provide in-depth coverage of public policy issues affecting our three-county coverage area. We’re looking for a news hound to ask the questions that will hold local government officials, business executives, church and other institutional leaders accountable. Demonstrated news judgment, source development and social media experience required. Familiarity with video, FOIA/open records and computer-assisted reporting techniques a plus.

This position will be part of a true team culture in the newsroom – collaborating with editors and peers on short- and long-term enterprise stories and projects; assisting reporters and editors on occasional general assignment stories; becoming a resource for public records and data requests. Part-time responsibilities include coverage of Winthrop University, reporting on administration and governance, educational trends and student activities.   

Candidates should possess an authoritative writing style and a deep understanding of how to tell stories for digital platforms as well as traditional print.

About Rock Hill and The Herald:
Rock Hill is approximately 20 miles south of downtown Charlotte, N.C., and about 85 miles north of Columbia, S.C., the state capital. All major Southern cities are within easy driving distance, including Asheville, Raleigh, Atlanta and Orlando. With a daily print circulation of about 24,000, and more than 100,000 unique visitors to our website monthly,The Herald serves the greater Rock Hill area, which includes York, Chester and parts of Lancaster counties. York County is the second fastest-growing county in South Carolina, with more than 190,000 residents.

Interested applicants should email resume, clips and links to multimedia content to: Editor Mark J. Rochester at
mrochester@heraldonline.com.

Wonder Woman or Superman needed

Lexington County Chronicle & The Dispatch News

12/14/15

Can you leap tall buildings in a single bound?
If not, you still may have the stuff to succeed with us.
Are you a self-starter willing to learn the strategies of direct response advertising and selling by referral?
Can you work with our business owner clients and prospects to help grow their businesses?
If this describes you, please call Linda Sauls at the Lexington County Chronicle at 359-7633.

Single Copy Supervisor

The Charlotte Observer

12/4/15

Join The Charlotte Observer, a leader in the media industry serving Charlotte and its metro area. The Charlotte Observer is also one of the largest newspapers in the Southeast area and CharlotteObserver.com is the Carolinas' most visited news and information website. We deliver what people need to discover and understand the region! We are currently seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team as a:

Single Copy Supervisor

Must be able to develop and implement sales plans, build partnerships with retail chains, identify and add retail locations, monitor daily sales, promote The Observer brand, and oversee operations and distributors.  Must also be a self starter with the ability to work independently and in a team based environment.  This position requires some availability for weekends and holidays.  

This full time position offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package.

The qualified individual would need to have experience working in a sales and marketing environment with successful results and the ability to supervise, employees and independent contractors.
Must have advanced computer skills, an acceptable driving record and a valid NC drivers license.

Contact: Henry Woloszyk
hwoloszyk@islandpacket.com
(843) 706-8220

Jobs at S.C. Newspapers

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