Bangkok Post Public Company Limited

Account Executive – Forbes (Thailand) Magazine

Bangkok Post Public Company Limited
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Posted on 23 Feb 2021

Account Executive – Forbes (Thailand) Magazine

Bangkok Post Public Company Limited

Job Highlights

  • Sell advertisements in Magazine section
  • Print media or advertising sales experience
  • 3 years media sales experience

Job Description

Job description
  • Sell advertisements in Magazine section and other concerned.
  • Primary responsibility will be to meet established and agreed sales targets.
  • Know how to find potential new clients.
  • Required to follow-up your sales by sending copy and artwork and getting customer approval.


Job Qualifications :

  • Thai nationality 25-35 years
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher
  • Min 3 years media sales experience 
  • Print media or advertising sales experience will be advantage
  • Good command of English
  • Good communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work well under pressure and meet deadlines

The successful applicant will receive attractive salaries, career advancement, bonuses, medical care, life and accident insurance and other fringe benefits. Training will also be provided. Have you got what it take for us to count on you?Send your application letter together with your resume, copy of educational certificates and one recent photo to Apply Now

Bangkok Post Public Company Limited     


136 Bangkok Post Building,
Sunthorn Kosa Road, Klong Toey,
Klong Toey, Bangko 10110


Additional Information

Career Level
Entry Level
Qualification
Degree
Years of Experience
1 year
Job Type
Full Time, Permanent

Company Overview

Since its founding in 1946, the Bangkok Post has had a long-standing brand image as the “world’s window to Thailand”. It is Thailand’s No.1 English-language news and content provider through multichannel platforms, including print and digital.

The Bangkok Post's commitment is to deliver the best and most reliable news and information to readers and audiences, mainly executives, opinion leaders, expats, and all educated people, both in Thailand and around the world.

In a region where media censorship is common, the Bangkok Post portrays itself as being comparatively free and continuously publishes opinion columns offering critical appraisals and arguing against injustice.

Today when social media is an important source of not only genuine but also fake news, people are looking for a news source they can trust. The Bangkok Post has firmly positioned itself to be that most-trusted source of news and information.

Additional Company Information

Benefits & Others
Five-day work week, Flexible working hours, Free shuttle bus, Life insurance, Medical insurance, Overtime pay, Transportation allowance, Travel allowance