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Project Manager (Sales)

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Recruiter
MediaPlanet
Posted
19 March 2013
Closes
31 May 2013
Location
Function
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
Competitive

Further information

Do you love the sales environment, but want the opportunity to do more than just sell advertising space? Develop your PR, Marketing, Design experience through working with national newspapers, journalists, design teams and the world’s leading organisations in creation of a final product that you can truly be proud of!

Mediaplanet connects readers and advertisers through independent and inspiring niche media publications in the form of supplements positioned within the world’s leading newspapers. We’re currently in more than 25 cities, 17 counties, 14 languages and 3 continents around the globe. We find the topics that matter most to our readers, our clients future customers, in the areas of health, business & finance, lifestyle, technology and corporate social responsibility. We then partner with top newspapers, websites, associations, celebrities, experts, journalists and clients to create educational editorial and present it in an engaging format to consumers and business alike. Our stimulating editorial environment motivates readers to act—to do something about their problems, challenges or opportunities. Our distribution channels are the most effective means for connecting our customers with their targeted audience.  In short, we turn engaged readers into customers by turning interest into action.

As a Project Manager in Mediaplanet, you and your team are responsible for one project/publication from A to Z. You are required to do a minimum of seven projects annually; financing through advertising sales, but also de­velopment of the concept. You report to a Business Development Manager.

Selling the concept

As a Project Manager in Mediaplanet your prime task is to sell our concept and adverts. You conduct market/industry analysis and segmentation based on guide­lines for every project. You receive operational and financial goals from your Business Development Manager. You identify and contact key people within the industry and produce an editorial synopsis based on research and input from the market.

Selling the paper

In order to reach Mediaplanet’s selling targets you have to manage and achieve your own individual targets. You have to ensure that your papers se­cure revenues and that each title meets its budgeted sales, to make sure that you are maximising the commercial potential of the project. To manage the project as successful as possible you have to have; personal meetings - high efficiency on the phone and initiative to respond to client’s needs.  

All administrative work such as research, sending offers and confirmations , proof reading along with other responsibilities requires management throughout the workday.

Producing the publication

To manage all elements of the project in the maximum time period you have to or­ganise your day and project in detail. Along with the sales revenue, the project management part includes ensuring that Journalists and Designers are correctly briefed, that your ti­tles meet the required design and editorial quality and that all ads are at repro on time for print.

Mediaplanet offer substantial training and career development opportunities both in the UK and internationally.

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