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National Sales Advisor - Digital Recruitment Platform

Black Press

Langley, BC V2Y 1N1
14 Jun 2017
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National Sales Advisor - Digital Recruitment Platform.

Are you confident enough to develop business conversations? Black Press publishes the Surrey Leader, Langley Times and Peace Arch News along with 150 other publications.

We will develop individuals with an ambition to succeed whether they have deep post-secondary credentials or not. This is an exceptional opportunity if you are adept at making successful calls and highly rewarding to those that maintain the required pace.

We have an immediate opening for a Sales Consultant on our Digital team representing our highly successful online recruitment platform in over 85 BC print publications.

Primary Focus:

Contact prospective business clients via phone and email
Develop trustworthy and informative relationships
Maintain a strong volume of calls with the assistance of our CRM system


Strong telephone skills
Creative mindset
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment
Basic computer skills
Strong command of English, both verbal and written

It is also an asset if you have a good knowledge of BC communities.

This is a full time position based in Langley, BC. Black Press offers competitive compensation, a team environment, benefits and opportunity for career advancement.

Please forward your resume with a brief note on why you are a great candidate to:
Kristy O’Connor, Digital Sales Manager



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Black Press is a Canadian owned, local BC success story which has grown over the last 4 decades to provide award-winning local Community and Urban Daily news to communities as diverse as Honolulu, Akron in Ohio, Bashaw in Alberta and Vancouver in both BC & Washington State.

Black Press is home to some of the oldest, most trusted newspapers in British Columbia, like the Chilliwack Progress, founded in 1891, and the Ashcroft Journal, which first published in 1895, and modern, cosmopolitan voices like the Westender, in Vancouver. Market by market these are the leading newspapers in their respective communities.

What separates Black Community newspapers from others? Our suburban and urban newspapers provide readers with a superior blend of localized news coverage that is recognized with numerous editorial awards every year. We invest in relevant, high quality journalism that affects the lives of our readers and the communities we serve. This commitment is complemented by award winning photography and marketing partnership. Black Press Community and Daily Newspapers are all the places that you want to be.

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