Employment

. November 30, 2012.

You want to work with us? We're flattered.

We are currenltly looking for account executives!

You know Ann Arbor. 
You're curious and passionate
about building and connecting your community. 
You're hungry to join a growing, fast-paced and fun team with a ton of potential.
You prize integrity, hard work, and savor the opportunity to learn.
You have sales experience (and if not, you're such a great communicator that you seem to create meaningful relationships with nearly everyone you talk to). 
You're comfortable warm calling, but you're in your absolute element cold calling.
You're reliable and accessible.
You're open to accepting constructive feedback and finding a rhythm.
For you, there's no such thing as a tough sell.

Adams Street Publishing is looking for a rockstar sales professional who can expect to enjoy robust support booking appointments and winning sales. A competitive spirit is a must, as is a valid driver's license and reliable transportation.

We're excited to work with the right person who shares our vision and values.

Email a resume to sales@adamsstreetpublishing.com
Welcome aboard. 


We are always on the lookout for freelance writers and photographers. Send us an e-mail along with a resume and samples: production@adamsstreetpublishing.com  or  editor@adamsstreetpublishing.com

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