National Account Executive

National Account Executive
Salem Media Representatives is expanding and looking for proven media sales professionals. Each day, Salem Media Representatives' National Account Executives work to find advertising clients for our partner radio stations, the Salem Radio Network and our online and print publications. We represent several of the largest radio talk shows and Christian music stations and programs in the country. Our National Account Executives work with CEOs, Chief Marketing Officers, Ad Agency Account Executives, Media Directors and Media Buyers to understand client marketing objectives and develop successful multi-media advertising campaigns. Salem Media Representatives National Account Executives work in a competitive, yet positive, fast-paced environment.
RequirementsSalem Media Representatives National Account Executive applicants should possess at least three years of successful radio and/or advertising sales experience and demonstrate a proven track record of new business development and building executive-level relationships. Applicants must possess impeccable integrity, solid computer skills, outstanding oral and written communication skills as well as strong presentation and negotiation skills. While most days SMR National Account Executives spend their day on the phone and online with clients, occasional travel may be necessary.
Upload your cover letter and resume when applying online.
Benefits: Our National Account Executives are the most talented and hardest working sales professionals in the industry, so we offer a generous commission and bonus-based package as well as generous benefits package.
Salem Media Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Salem Media Representatives is a division of Salem Media Group (NASDAQ: SALM) headquartered in Camarillo, California. Salem Media Group is America's leading radio broadcaster, Internet content provider, and magazine and book publisher targeting audiences interested in Christian and family-themed content and conservative values.

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