Assistant District Manager
The Statesman Journal is seeking an Assistant District Manager for our Circulation department.
This position will assist the District Manager, and has distribution responsibility for:
- home delivery
- single copy
- blue chip
- non-daily circulation
- third party distribution partner contracts.
The Assistant District Manager may also receive work assignments within many areas of the distribution function, which may include:
- customer service
- redelivery operations
The primary role of the Assistant District Manager is to achieve company objectives. The Assistant District Manager will also contribute to growing circulation volumes and revenue within the assigned district, byensuring customer/subscriber service and satisfaction levels are met orexceeded. This position works part of the time in an office or distribution center and majority of the time within the assigned newspaper district or distribution area.
The successful candidate will work flexible, collections/returns, deliver open / down routes.
Overall responsibility for insuring product position, rack sales effectiveness,point of purchase material application, timely reporting. Manage product integrity (ABC/insert verification), field verification of TMC,
This position promotes customer satisfaction, and is responsible for ensuring that SOP's/contracts for customer service, complaint resolution, reporting, compliance of all local, state, federal, and Gannett regulations and policies are established and implemented consistently across the region in the delivery area.
A high school education is necessary; a college education will help in advancement opportunities. A good motor vehicle report, valid driver's license, dependable automobile, and liability insurance are necessary for this position.
Gannett Co., Inc. is a proud equal opportunity employer. We are a drug free, EEO employer committed to a diverse workforce. We will consider all qualified candidates regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity, family responsibilities, disability, education,political affiliation or veteran status.
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