The Weatherford Democrat seeks a dynamic circulation manager for it and two sister publications: Cleburne (Texas) Times Review and Mineral Wells (Texas) Index. Each is a five day newspaper with a combined circulation of about 8,000.
Our circulation director will work with local staff members at each location to oversee all aspects of marketing and distribution, including home delivery, single copy, digital subscriptions, NIE, sales and retention for the daily newspapers and niche products. This person will spearhead our multi-platform audience growth through focused customer service and continuous sales, marketing and promotional activities.
Exceptional leadership, marketing and communication skills are vital for this role. Candidates should have at least five years of circulation experience and an understanding of contractor relationships. The circulation manager must be familiar with the latest AAM (formally ABC) guidelines and have a working knowledge of computer software, including Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with Vision Data circulation software is a plus but not required.
This position requires use of a personal vehicle, so an acceptable driving record and current driver’s license is required. Also necessary are pre-employment criminal background and credit checks.
These three communities are just south and west of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and offer the best of both worlds: a small-town lifestyle and big-city amenities within a short driving distance.
We offer an excellent compensation package including a competitive salary, bonus plans, medical, dental and vision insurance, paid vacation and 401(k).
If this sounds like your kind of challenge, submit your resume and references to Publisher, Jeff Smith, Weatherford Democrat, 512 Palo Pinto Street, Weatherford, Texas 76086; or e-mail email@example.com.
The Weatherford Democrat, Cleburne Times-Review and Mineral Wells Index are CNHI newspapers. Based in Montgomery, Ala., CNHI is a leading publisher of local news and information. Its newspapers, websites and specialty publications serve communities in 23 states.