At Guardian Jobs, we’re one of the most trusted and premium recruitment brands in the UK. We have built strong relationships with organisations of all shapes and sizes, across virtually all sectors – in particular with charities, government, the arts and all sorts of commercial enterprises.
We are looking for Senior Advertising Sales Executive to join the Guardian Jobs team.
In this role you’ll be grow recruitment advertising revenue for your dedicated sector. You’ll own the process from end to end, by formulating and delivering an appropriate business development strategy, and pitching clients face-to-face.
You’ll maximise revenues by partnering with new and existing clients, to create and sell just the right recruitment advertising solutions to fulfil each of their unique needs.
Your entrepreneurial zeal and creative flair will help you explore ideas for fresh advertising products and unusual campaigns, across all our platforms, utilising the industry’s latest technologies.
The Senior Advertising Sales Executive will be a self-starter with the drive, commercial acumen and self-discipline to consistently hit sales targets and steadily grow your sector’s revenues. We’re looking for you to have a proven track record in sales, preferably within media or recruitment advertising.
In return we offer a fantastic working environment, career development and the opportunity to earn up to 40% commission.&;
To apply, please attach your latest CV and a cover which tells us why you want the role and why you’re a great match for what we’re looking for.
We value and respect all differences in all people (seen and unseen) at the Guardian. We aspire to inclusive working experiences and an environment that reflects the audience we serve, where our people have equal access to career development opportunities, their voices are heard and can contribute to our future. The Guardian actively encourages applications from BAME candidates.
At the Guardian, many of our staff work flexibly and we will consider requests for flexible working arrangements.