Single Copy - Assistant District Manager for Sussex and Kent Counties

Single Copy Assistant Manager for Sussex and Kent CountiesWe are seeking a part-time Single Copy Assistant Manager that would work 25 to 29 hours per week. Must be available and willing to work early morning hours, usually starting at 7:00 a.m.This position will assist the District Manager and report to the Single Copy Distribution Manager. Areas of responsibility include single copy, blue chip, and other duties as assigned. The Single Copy Assistant Manager may also receive work assignments within any of the distribution functions including Transportation, Customer Service, and redelivery.

Job Duties:The primary role is to achieve company objectives and oversee an independent contractor force. The position will also contribute to growing circulation volumes and revenue by ensuring customer/retail service and collections are met. Will work flexible and weekend hours to manage dealer relations, collection/returns, and monitor contract performance. This position will work with Distribution Manager to improve efficiencies. Position will insure that contractors adhere to their contractual obligation and monitor account's production position. They will also perform sales and integrity audits.

Requirements:Management, single copy, math, and computer experiences are suggested. A high school education is necessary; a college education preferred. A good motor vehicle report, valid driver's license, dependable automobile, and liability insurance are necessary for this position. Distribution or Circulation experience preferred.We are a drug free, EEO employer committed to a diverse workforce.

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