Employment

Saga Communications’ Manchester Radio Group is now accepting applications for:

Media Sales Executive

Looking for Unlimited Income in today’s fast paced Media World? The Manchester Radio Group (WZID/WFEA/The Mill/Hot Hits) has an advertising & new media sales opening. This exciting, multi-faceted position includes development of creative ideas, sponsorships and customized marketing plans made up of Radio Ads, Events, E Commerce and Digital initiatives. Presentation and communication skills a must. Proven, professional track record in direct sales or marketing (or media related) preferred. Guaranteed base to start, excellent benefits, ongoing training, industry respected – people oriented company. Resume to Andy Orcutt, Manchester Radio Group, 500 Commercial St., Manchester, NH 03101 aorcutt@manchesterrg.com or fax 603-669-4641. No calls please. EOE.

Promotions and Marketing Street Team

Are you interested in radio, promotions, and event marketing? Are you outgoing, responsible, and do you like talking to people at fun events? Are you comfortable learning new software to get conduct a live broadcast from an event? Do you know how or want to learn how to set up PA systems? If so, you could be a great member of the Manchester Radio Group Street Team! You would represent 95.7 WZID (the #1 station in NH, playing “Today’s Variety!”), 96.5 The Mill (Manchester’s Classic Hits station), WFEA 1370 AM/99.9 FM (More Stimulating Talk), and Hot Hits 94.1 Manchester/103.1 Concord (NH’s Hit station)!

The Work:
You will interact with thousands of listeners of Manchester Radio Group’s four stations on a regular basis. By executing marketing campaigns and on-the-street promotions for clients and various community organizations, you will become a vital asset to our success! You’ll set up and be our on-site presence at concerts, plays, grand openings, and other events. You are the “face” of the stations! It is hard work – but very rewarding. This part-time position pays $9.00/hour.

The Hours:
Monthly schedules are provided, though updates occur regularly. Typically, Street Teamers work 0-20 hours a week. Hours are more plentiful in the spring and fall months, and are based on your availability. Weekday work usually starts about 2:30pm and goes as late at midnight, and weekend work can be any time from about 6:30am to midnight. Street Teamers must be able to work at least a few weekdays each week, plus weekends and be able to drive our station vehicles to and from events.

To Apply:
This position would best fit local students (18+) who are working to obtain a Bachelor of Science/Arts degree in Communications, Marketing, Broadcast Journalism, or something similar. If you are excited to learn, available afternoons, nights, and weekends, are responsible, outgoing, and reliable, have a valid driver’s license, and – most importantly – know how to have fun, apply now! Send an email to SStephens@ManchesterRG.com or mail your resume and cover letter to:

Shannon Stephens
Promotions and Marketing Coordinator
Manchester Radio Group
500 North Commercial Street
Manchester, NH 03101

EOE

 


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