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Advertising Sales Consultant

Company Name:
Lee Enterprises
## Description
Do you want to work for the company with the #1 news website in Northeastern
nevada
? Are you excited about technology in Advertising? The Elko Daily Free press is evolving and this could be your chance to join us as an Advertising Sales Consultant. An Elko Daily Free Press Advertising Sales Consultant's primary focus is on selling print and digital marketing solutions to existing advertisers, while generating leads and new prospects. You will be required to achieve sales goals through creative sales strategies; performing extensive client discovery interviews, meeting with decision makers, listening and documenting clients' marketing needs, concerns and recommending appropriate solutions.
Free Press Advertising Sales Consultants must understand basic marketing principles, have a desire to continually learn about new products an solutions within our industry.
As a division of Lee Enterprises, we are proud to reward your efforts with a lucrative commission program and a comprehensive benefits program including: Medical, dental, vision and life insurance options; vacation, sick and holiday pay; 401k retirement plan.
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## Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent sales experience.
Ability to work well in a dynamic, fast-changing environment that requires a high degree of multi-tasking.
Self-starter with the ability to work independently.
Cold-calling and lead generation capabilities.
Effective negotiation and closing skills.
Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
Ability to provide post-sale support and problem solving as needed.
Effective use of PC including Microsoft Office.
Passion for making a difference in our
community
.
## Job
Job: Sales and Marketing
Primary Location: Nevada-Elko-Elko Daily Free Press - Elko, NV
Organization: Elko Daily Free Press
Schedule: Full-time
Job Posting: Mar 12, 2014, 2:40:10 PM
Req ID: 000101ET

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