Sales and Marketing Executive
POLLSTAR is based in Fresno, California, has an office in London with correspondents in six countries. Our website,
, is one of the top music information sites on the
Internet, furnishing concert tour itineraries and music news, to millions of visitors annually.
Qualifications and Responsibilities:
The current Sales & Marketing Executive position offers a dynamic career opportunity. Applicants should have a minimum of
five years sales experience, preferably management experience, strong references and extensive computer experience. The ability
to communicate in a professional sales manner and the desire to work in a team environment are essential. Marketing skills are essential.
A solid active account base of established clients is available to the Sales and Marketing Executive. POLLSTAR manages one of the most extensive
databases in the entertainment industry and consequently has an extensive list of leads provided to all sales personnel.
Pollstar is a growth company with a comprehensive benefits package including Health and 401k Retirement Plan.
The Sales and Marketing Executive position includes base salary plus commission.
How To Apply:
You may email your resume as an ASCII, Microsoft Word or Word Perfect text attachment to
Gary Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
. or fax to: Attn: Gary Smith at 559-271-7979.
1. Earliest start date availability.
2. Minimum salary requirement.
Please do not call. Applicants will be contacted after the screening process has occurred. You may pick up a copy of POLLSTAR magazine
and drop-off your resume at the POLLSTAR office (location specified above).
It is the policy of Pollstar to provide equal opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment. Pollstar prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status or other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law.
Pollstar takes affirmative actions to prevent discrimination in employment practices, such as recruitment, hiring, promotion, demotion, transfer, discipline, compensation, training and termination.