Monday, January 11, 2010

Estonian Free Press: Sales Manager Wanted


Estonian Free Press, an independent magazine about Estonia in English, is looking for a Sales Manager (part-time) in Tallinn.

Title Job: Sales Manager
Salary Negotiable
Start Date 2010-02-01
End Date 2010-09-30
Location Tallinn
Information

Estonian Free Press, a young and growing website dedicated to provide quality news about all the topics in Estonia (Economic, Politic, sport, etc..) is actually searching to reinforce its team and its position on internet.

We are searching for a Sales Manager, part-time job, whose job will be :

- Keeping and improving relationships with sponsors.
- Making some market monitoring.
- Public relations with most of the partners.
- Working with the owner about the strategy of development,

You’ll work directly under the owner and editor of the website and refer only to him.
Estonian Free Press offers the possibility to work in an international, young and competitive environment, with an attractive commission based salary which will depend on your results.

We are looking for young and very motivated people, with a good studying background in economics or IT, and willing for the challenge of contributing to the growth of the magazine, able to take initiatives and goal oriented.

Candidates will have to be fluent in Estonian and English (Russian is an asset), both speaking and writing and team spirited.

Apply Now!

5 comments - React:

MIOBI said...

Publishing houses sound like some major career building places.

I would apply, but it's that darn Estonian language barrier that's holding me back. Tres mal.

Anonymous said...

i always wanted to work in a publishing house.
maybe ill give it a shot.

Triin said...

The name "Estonian Free Press" makes me cautious, sounds like Russian propaganda.

Guillaume said...

well, that's your feeling...
to me it only sounds like a free magazine writing about Estonia :)

G. said...

Triin..what can I say..as far as I know it is not so much about Russian propaganda..but I can always be mistaken!