DIGITAL SALES COORDINATOR
Phoenix (KTVK-3TV, KASW-CW6, azfamily.com) is seeking motivated professionals to join our Digital Sales Team in the position of Digital Sales Coordinator.
GENERAL SUMMARY AND DUTIES
This position will be responsible for the ordering, implementation and fulfillment of online advertising campaigns. The Digital Sales Coordinator will work with a diverse team of account executives to coordinate campaigns with internal and external partners. The position is responsible for increasing sales efficiencies by coordinating ad processes, organizing creative and credit issues, providing campaign reporting and assisting in other sales processes as necessary. This position will report directly to the Digital Sales Manager. Other duties as assigned.
2+ years experience in an inside or outside sales assistant/coordinator environment preferred. Digital media sales experience strongly preferred. Ability to multi-task, manage operational processes and experience with web-based operation systems is necessary. Must demonstrate proficiency in all Microsoft applications, as well as possess excellent communication and organizational skills. Previous experience in Google DFP and online CMS systems is a plus. Candidate needs to be a self-starter, have a positive attitude in difficult situations and be personally motivated.
We offer an outstanding compensation package with benefits medical, dental, vision, life insurance, paid time off, and 401(k). Our team members also enjoy working in the fun and exciting atmosphere of a major media organization with local and national advancement opportunities.
Please send résumé and salary requirements to:
Digital Sales Manager
5555 N. 7th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85013.
Fax: (602) 207-3336. EOE.
It is the policy of this station not to discriminate in its employment and personnel practices because of the person's age, race, color, creed, religion, genders, handicap, sexual orientation, national origin, and all other covered classes. Discriminatory employment practices are specifically prohibited by the Federal Communications Commission.