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advertising sales

The Austin Chronicle is looking for a self-motivated, goal-oriented, enthusiastic sales professional with the ability to develop and implement marketing campaigns for advertising clients. Account executive will sell multi-platform advertising products and solutions that can include digital, mobile, print, social media and sponsorships to both new and existing clients. We are looking for high-energy, highly productive individuals who want to be part of a dynamic sales team. As an account executive, you will cultivate and strengthen client relationships, prospect leads for new clients, develop a robust sales pipeline, create persuasive proposals, close sales and achieve sales goals. Candidates should possess a solid understanding of the advertising media industry and demonstrate the ability to sell with a consultative approach.

They should also utilize a blend of our multi-media products to maximize clients’ marketing investments, target their messages to the right consumers every day, and build their brands. Bachelor’s degree with two or more years outside sales experience is required, preferably in an advertising sales/business development environment. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of sales achievements. Must be able to work well under pressure and to work independently while effectively managing multiple tasks and deadlines. Must have strong computer skills. Prior experience using CRM system is a plus.

The Chronicle also offers paid vacations/holidays, health/vision/dental, 401(k) program & the occasional free breakfast taco. Fax resume to: 512-302-2955 or email cassidy@austinchronicle.com. EOE

internships

editorial intern

The Austin Chronicle is currently accepting Editorial intern applications for the Fall 2018 semester. This is an unpaid internship. School credit available, and hours are flexible. Interns will be paired with one or more Editorial sections (News, Music, Food, Arts & Culture, Screens, Social Media, and Gay Place), work closely with editors, expand their writing portfolios, and gain first-hand experience with print and digital newsroom operations.

Applicants must be either 18 years old or have completed one semester of college. Applicants do not need to be enrolled in college to participate in our internship program.

Applicants should send a cover letter, three writing samples (journalism or academic), and a résumé to internships@austinchronicle.com, attn: Kimberley Jones, with the subject line: FALL INTERNSHIP APPLICATION. Please include in your cover letter your background, interests, and preferred Editorial sections.

street team

street team member application

The Austin Chronicle marketing team is looking to add a few members to our street team. If you enjoy going out to events, seeing shows, and parading around festivals, then you may be a fit for our team.

The street team is an integral part of of the overall marketing and social media operations of the Austin Chronicle. The ideal candidate is sharp with an outgoing attitude willing to serve as an informed representative of the Austin Chronicle.

You will work with the marketing manager and fellow street team members to coordinate our presence at events and implement fun marketing campaigns. You'll be expected to attend concerts, movie screenings, and various exciting events happening around town.

This position is on a volunteer basis, paid with great fun and the opportunity to earn significant perks. The hours and time commitment are flexible. We want you to be out at events you will enjoy as often as possible!

Please fill out the street team application and let us know why you think you would be a great addition to the street team.

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