Distribution Coordinator

The Commercial Appeal is seeking Distribution Coordinators for its warehouse facilities. The Coordinator will ensure that newspapers are distributed in a timely and effective manner in order to provide the best possible service to our subscribers by the delivery deadline. The Distribution Coordinator is professional with well-developed people skills, dependable with a strong work ethic, and able to make decisions based on sound judgment. Will work in a warehouse setting aiding in the distribution of newspapers to Independent Contractors. May deliver routes as needed and assist the District Managers with the day-to-day operations.

Requirements for the position include a valid state driver's license, good driving record and the company-required level of personal auto liability insurance. Must be able to lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Will work overnight hours - approximately 25 hours per week.

Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI) is a next-generation media company committed to strengthening communities across our network. Through trusted, compelling content and unmatched local-to-national reach, Gannett touches the lives of nearly 100 million people monthly. With more than 110 markets internationally, it is known for Pulitzer Prize-winning newsrooms, powerhouse brands such as USA TODAY and specialized media properties. To connect with us, visit www.gannett.com

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