Jobs at Seattle's Child
Seattle's Child was the first local parenting magazine in the country when it started in 1979. A media company, we publish Seattle's Child monthly magazine, special annual guides, our website and digital newsletters. We are dedicated to supporting and informing parents, as well as telling and celebrating the unique stories of families in our community.
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT (Posted 11/30/16)
Part-Time approximately 10 hours per week.
Hourly Rate: DOE
Must have completed Bachelor's degree
Must live in Seattle.
You'll work with our publisher to complete a variety of projects and develop systems to help us achieve the next level of success for Seattle's Child. The job includes sales support, website content updating, and SEO work and planning community events.
The ideal person for this job is well-organized but flexible and enjoys creating systems as well as jumping in to do whatever is required to get the job done. Good writing skills and careful attention to detail are essential; a marketing background is desirable. Most work can be done on a flexible schedule from your home but you must be available to meet three hours weekly on Capitol Hill in Seattle.
The hours required for the position may increase during 2017, please don't apply if you are unable to work up to 80 hours per month.
If interested, contact Ann Bergman at email@example.com
PRINT & DIGITAL SALES ACCOUNT MANAGER (Posted 11/30/16)
2+ years of print and digital advertising sales experience preferred but not required.
BA degree required.
Must be a resident of Seattle or greater Seattle area.
Must work at least 25 hours weekly.
The job consists of selling a variety of advertising options - digital and print - to the businesses and non-profits in our community that want to reach our highly desirable readership of parents ages 25 to 55.
We're currently enjoying excellent revenue growth both in print and digital advertising sales and have more opportunity than we can manage with our current sales team. The person we hire will jump into a fast-paced environment with high-performance expectations.
This position is an exceptional opportunity for a parent who wants to work from home during school hours in a challenging job with good salary potential. Please apply only if you welcome the flexibility and independence of working from home. We provide excellent training and sales support, however, direct supervision is minimal. You need to be able to thrive without the presence of an on-site sales manager, in other words, be an excellent self-starter, well-organized and someone who thrives on setting and reaching goals, and embraces "being your own boss."
You will work virtually with an extraordinary team of dedicated, hard-working and talented people, however, company meetings are infrequent, so if you enjoy and require the work atmosphere of an office, this company isn't a good match for you.
If interested, contact Ann Bergman, Publisher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DIRECTORY SALES (Posted 11/30/16)
Sales experience desirable but not necessary
Pay - commission.
Minimum work required - 15 hours per week.
The job consists of selling digital and print listings as well as enewsletter ads in Seattle's Child print and digital products.
Most of your work will consist of working with busy small business owners by email or phone to educate them about the lower cost but effective marketing options that are available with Seattle's Child.
This is an exceptional opportunity for a parent who is seeking additional income but wants to work from home with entirely flexible hours and who enjoys communicating with the businesses and non-profits in our community that want to reach our readership but have small marketing budgets. There is excellent earning potential directly linked to the number of businesses you reach.
If interested, contact Ann Bergman, Publisher at email@example.com
No openings available at this time.