Southeastern Indiana Media, a growing print and digital media group, seeks an experienced regional advertising director for its three newspapers: the Greensburg Daily News, the Rushville Republican and the Batesville Herald-Tribune.
The advertising director develops and executes marketing strategies across multiple platforms to maximize sales and enhance our market share. This person works with the regional publisher to ensure profitability by meeting revenue and expense targets. We expect an executive who quickly spots trends and adjusts to maximize gains or minimize losses. Candidates must also know how to develop revenue opportunities through retention and consultative selling.
Our advertising director will lead a staff of six multimedia account executives and oversee direct selling for major advertisers and key affiliations. We expect a skilled leader who can train, recruit and develop a committed sales and marketing organization. Mentoring, field coaching and prospecting are key aspects of this position.
Exceptional leadership, marketing and communication skills are vital for this role. Candidates should have at least eight years of sales or sales management experience in print and digital media. This person must be proficient with Microsoft Office. Experience with display ad serving technologies is a plus.
Located in southeastern Indiana, these three communities are nestled between the metropolitan centers of Cincinnati and Indianapolis. The area boasts great local schools, many outdoor recreational opportunities and an excellent quality of life.
We offer an excellent compensation package including a competitive base salary and uncapped commission structure, medical, dental and vision insurance, paid vacation and 401(k).
Interested candidates should email a resume and salary requirements to Regional Publisher Laura Welborn at email@example.com.
The Greensburg Daily News, the Rushville Republican and the Batesville Herald-Tribune are CNHI newspapers. Based in Montgomery, Alabama, CNHI is a leading publisher of local news and information. Its newspapers, websites and specialty publications serve communities in 23 states.