General Sales Manager

Our town has a ''tailwind'' and Reising Radio Partners Incorporated is looking for it's next General Sales Manager for our cluster of four FM stations. Come prosper with us in Columbus Indiana. This is not a turnaround situation. GSM candidate must exhibit strong ability for client-focused, local direct sales. Coaching, training and ongoing development of personnel is the primary mission. Local direct sales is the primary emphasis. Must understand all media and be able to produce results-producing plans for client advertisers. Our stations are 85% local direct sales. We boast a fun family company environment and wonderful quality of life in our City.

In November 2010, Forbes magazine selected Columbus as one of the top ten best small cities to raise a family, saying Columbus is one of the cities that ''sweep our ranking of quiet, prosperous, and family-friendly places . . . these places boast solid average incomes, good educational prospects, low costs, short commute times, and high rates of homeownership.''

In the March 22, 2010 Chicago Tribune, Alfred Borcover says, ''In the heart of the so-called Rust Belt lies an extraordinary example of what vision and open-mindedness did for a central Indiana industrial town set amid farm fields . . . Columbus, however, is a town that lifts your spirits . . . some 60 architectural gems - schools, a library, churches, banks, a post office, fire stations, a newspaper and offices - make you ooh and aah.''

Compensation package includes salary, bonus, healthcare, HSA contribution, IRA contribution. Send resume and salary requirements to careers@qmix.com. Reising Radio Partners Inc is an Equal Opportunity Employer located at 825 Washington Street Columbus Indiana.


Send materials to: gbrown@qmix.com

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