The Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA) has a part-time (8-12 hrs/wk) opening for a Sales Representative (The Banner) working remotely in the US or Canada. This position is responsible for meeting Banner advertising sales objectives by maintaining excellent relationships with our existing advertisers, developing new accounts, and managing the workflow of display ads.
To apply, complete and online application, submitting a resume and cover letter by September 27, 2020.
1. Manage all aspects of Banner display advertising sales including meeting sales objectives and providing exceptional customer service.
2. Assist in developing advertising sales goals, plans and strategies.
3. Achieve objectives by growing sales from current and prospective customers.
4. Initiate regular contact with advertisers and consult with them regarding the role of the Banner within their advertising strategy.
5. Provide information to prospects and clients over the phone, in person, and through written communication.
6. Follow advertising schedule including transmittal, proofing, and billing procedures.
7. Maintain customer and sales records.
8. Generate regular required sales reports.
1. Able to support the mission, vision and values of the CRCNA.
2. Proven ability to maintain and grow a substantial customer account base through telephone and personal sales.
3. Proven ability to manage multiple projects, organized, capable of meeting schedules, detail oriented.
4. Possess excellent communication skills (verbally and in writing).
5. Possess excellent interpersonal relationship skills in working with both outside contacts and other team members.
6. Demonstrated experience and proficiency with web-based tools, including G Suite.
7. Possess general knowledge of other religious and volunteer organizations, and willingness to learn the particular structure of the Christian Reformed Church.
1. Some professional experience in sales and/or customer service. Experience in advertising sales is an asset.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.