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Graduate Sales Executive - Media Sales

  • Reference: 14569
  • Location: London
  • Salary: 20-25k Base, 40-45k OTE + Benefits
  • Job type: Permanent
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Graduate Sales Executive – Media Sales
London N7
17k Base, 40-45k OTE + Great Benefits

Our client, a growing company specialising publishing, advertising and marketing solutions, creates and delivers multi-platform content. Reaching a wide audience and through their growing following, they offer companies exceptional value, service and creativity. Due to continued growth, they have an immediate and exciting opening for a Graduate Media Sales Executive to be based at their London, N7 office.

As a Graduate Media Sales Executive, you will:

  • Work in an internal capacity to maximise revenue growth, through selling advertising, publishing and media solutions to a wide audience
  • Liaise within existing, new and house accounts to build market share
  • Sell across a full portfolio of traditional and digital media platforms
  • Travel to shows, events and launches if required

The ideal candidate will:

  • Be degree educated (2017)
  • Have excellent communication and presentation skills
  • Have drive, energy, enthusiasm and a commitment to learn numerous sales techniques
  • Be seeking a lasting career within an exceptional organisation

The successful candidate can expect a base salary of 17k with an uncapped and very achievable OTE of 40-45k plus an additional benefits package and ongoing training.

Certus is an established and experienced specialist Recruitment Group, providing sales, digital, graduate and IT recruitment services to the business community throughout the UK.

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