Immediate full-time opportunity in television advertising sales. We
are looking for a highly motivated individual to primarily
specialize in new business development, along with maintaining and
growing some established advertising clients.
We offer full health benefits, 401K, a
very generous new business commission rate and the ability to market
four broadcast TV stations (FOX 18, The Quad Cities CW, This-TV and
MeTV) and internet to serve the advertising needs of local
businesses! Previous outside sales experience is required,
successful sales experience in TV, cable, radio, newspaper and/or
internet advertising--with a track record of generating new
business--is highly preferred.
Rush your resume and salary history to e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org or mail
937 E. 53rd Street
Davenport, IA 52807
This position closes June 14, 2013
The City of Davenport and the Davenport Community School District
are currently seeking
highly motivated individuals to serve in our new AmeriCorps program!
AmeriCorps/Youth Corps Program expands on a partnership between the
City and the DCSD
to bring community interventions to at-risk students in order to
reduce the drop out rate.
AmeriCorps members will work to connect these youth to the community
in positive ways,
help build their jobs skills and provide them with tools to
encourage their educational
persistence and success.
AmeriCorps is an intensive commitment to
national service that will challenge you to put your
skills and ideals to work while making a difference in the lives of
those around you. With your
help we can accomplish our goal of improving educational outcomes
for at-risk youth in our
For more information, contact Tanisha Briley at
email@example.com or (563) 888-3384.
Governor Culver's signature initiative, I-JOBS will strengthen
Iowa's economy, help our state recover
from the natural disasters of 2008, and preserve or create thousands
of jobs. The $830 million three-year program includes several parts
but focuses on the key areas shown below. I-JOBS is funded with
existing state gaming revenue, meaning no increase in taxes.
Visit the I-Jobs