ICG is looking for an experienced Advertising Sales Manager in Tangible Media with at least 5 years' experience to work on Little Treasures – our most read parenting title – a trusted source of information that demystifies parenthood, and reassures and inspires new and expectant mothers.
Opportunities like this don't come by every day and each day on the job is exciting as you will be expected to:
· Engage with commercial clients, advertising agencies and direct clients to sell in and deliver advertising solutions of all types to hit annual budget and monthly targets; building long-term and profitable relationships with clients, audiences and advertisers across print, digital and events media.
· Bring to the table creativity, the ability to multi-task and good ol' fashioned elbow grease.
· Deliver big deals across traditional advertising, creative sponsorship and promotions based on content marketing.
This is a challenging role with room to advance in our rapidly growing business. Reporting to the Publisher/Editorial Director, our candidate will work closely with editorial, digital and marketing. A small team, we are looking for someone who is excited to be part of an innovative, fast-paced, fun, collaborative office atmosphere.
We are open to receiving applications for a full time or part time role for this position.
Tangible Media offers a stimulating, challenging and creative environment and is part of the ICG group which has business interests in creative services, content development, print, publishing and marketing automation.
If you think this is you, please send your applications to Melissa Gardi at Melissa@tangiblemedia.co.nz
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