Clear Channel Media + Entertainment in Anchorage is looking to fill one key position to make our sales team even stronger. Our Account Executives are responsible for creating marketing solutions for advertisers looking to meet their key business challenges using a diverse portfolio of six radio stations, six station websites, iHeartRadio, and community events. Clear Channel offers the best tools and resources in the industry, we invest in our people with training and tools necessary to win. To join our team, you must have an outgoing personality, strong work ethic, excellent verbal and written communication skills. You must exhibit accountability, responsibility and tenacity; be customer focused, self-motivated, and have an insatiable desire to win! If you believe our search stops with you, e-mail your resume and cover letter to: email@example.com with Sales Position in the subject line. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
You must have a strong work ethic and a great attitude; be creative, energetic, goal oriented, be computer literate and have at least a year of outside sales experience; media experience is preferred. A dependable vehicle, auto insurance and a valid driver’s license is required.
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