Digital Director of Marketing
WTOC, the Raycom owned CBS affiliate in Savannah Georgia has an immediate opening for a Digital Director of Marketing. This is a sales management position with defined revenue objectives. The ideal candidate should have 3-5 years of sales management experience, preferably in a broadcast facility or other media outlet. We are looking for a leader that will work in tandem with our local sales manager to develop digital revenues in the Savannah DMA as well as directly supervise a group of designated digital only sellers. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate a successful history of developing digital revenues with existing and new clients. We are looking for someone that shares a passion for creating client specific campaigns that will meet the unique challenges and objectives that our clients are experiencing in the digital space. Strong organizational skills coupled with the ability to execute and complete a digital campaign from start to finish, are critical attributes to the success in this position.
If you are a difference maker and want the opportunity to make your mark with the Raycom Station Group, this is the position for you. Please send your cover letter and resume to Scott Dempsey, WTOC-TV P.O. Box 8086, Savannah, GA 31412 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. WTOC is an equal opportunity employer. Military veterans, women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
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