Manager Circulation Job Description Sample
Circulation District Manager
DISTRICT MANAGER Looking for a New Career? Guaranteed Bonus First Three Months No Experience Necessary Training Provided
The Roanoke Times, a BH Media company, is seeking District Managers. You will be working from our offices in Roanoke and Rocky Mount.
This position lets you experience the perks of an entry-level management position without the monotony of a 9-5 routine. Much of the work involves morning hours, including early morning hours, and weekends. You will enjoy a base salary + bonus potential for meeting goals, and the opportunity to motivate a team of independent contractors to get the morning's news to homes and retail outlets across The Roanoke Times delivery area.
In addition, BH Media offers medical, vision, dental insurance, including 401k, and vacation time. If you are looking for a challenge, and excel at customer service, consider joining our team. Responsibilities include: • Achieving consistent, proper, on-time delivery to subscribers and retail outlets • Recruiting and motivating independently contracted carriers • Covering open routes if no contractor is available • Attaining monthly goals for service, volumes, and sales • Handling customer service requests and complaints to achieve customer satisfaction • Increasing circulation by producing excellent service in your district & earning extra money by achieving sales goals • Assisting in the overall operation of the distribution center
• The District Manager position works early morning hours until all tasks are completed • Must possess reliable transportation, auto insurance and a valid driver's license • Must be able to handle 20-lb. bundles of newspapers • High school diploma or equivalent is required
Circulation Assistant Manager
Assistant District Manager
Early Morning Shift
The San Antonio Express-News is currently looking for an Assistant District Manager to assist the District and Zone Managers in providing improved Customer Service to subscribers. This will be accomplished through route delivery, subscriber re-deliveries, or subscriber call backs.
This position is FULL-TIME and has EARLY MORNING HOURS (shifts fall between midnight and noon). You MUST be able to work every Sunday. Pay is $35,000 with a weekly auto allowance.
1.Assume delivery responsibilities for open routes.
2.Run redelivery to subscribers.
3.Contact customers with service related problems; resolve in a timely and permanent manner.
4.Verify the accuracy of information incoming from independent contractors.
5.Regularly attend departmental meetings to maintain a cohesive, well-informed unit.
6.Assist other departments as necessary.
7.Regularly communicate progress and problems to supervisor.
8.Accurately maintain subscriber file, router and all other routine reports, records and forms.
9.Prepare requested reports in a timely and accurate manner.
10. Create and maintain accurate maps of each route.
11. Ensure that the distribution center is maintained in a safe, secure and clean manner.
12. Other essential duties and tasks as assigned.
1.Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
2.Ability to work a flexible schedule; ability to deliver papers while driving.
3.Reliable transportation, valid Texas driver's license, and proof of auto liability insurance.
4.Ability to react to change productively.
5.High School Education required.
6.Bi-Lingual would be a plus
Must have a valid Driver's License and Liability Insurance to be considered.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $35,000.00 /year
Circulation District Manager
The Lincoln Journal Star is looking for a District Manager who would be responsible for selecting, contracting and training of newspaper carriers. Providing exceptional delivery service to the readers of the Lincoln Journal Star is the primary function of this role.
The successful candidate must possess organizational skills, be a self-starter, be multi-task oriented, and enjoy working with and motivating different types of people during early morning hours. You must also have a valid Nebraska driver's license and a good driving record. Previous supervisory experience preferred.
The Lincoln Journal Star, a division of Lee Enterprises, offers a competitive salary, an aggressive bonus plan, mileage reimbursement, medical, dental, vision, life insurance benefits, vacation, sick, holiday pay and 401K retirement plan. EOE
Part-Time Circulation Manager (1295-215)
The Part-Time Circulation Manager provides and oversees circulation services for library users 20 hours per week and works in coordination with the Public Services Librarian. The Part-Time Circulation Manager supervises student workers, assists with circulation tasks, answers reference questions, processes course reserves, and resolves overdue materials/fine issues with students. On occasion the person in this position may be needed to fill in for other shifts during the absence of various staff. This is a year-round position.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Works closely with the Public Services Librarian to ensure coordination on all aspects of circulation services and projects.
Completes accessioning of newly acquired materials.
Processes course reserves on a timely basis.
Answers in-person and telephone reference questions.
Supervises and delegates projects to student workers and ensures desk coverage as scheduled. Monitors substitute worker list.
Assists patrons with sound equipment, computer, and printer/copier usage as appropriate.
Resolves fines and overdue material issues.
Assists in the training of new student workers, including bindery work training.
Provides assistance with ILL delivery courier service.
Organizes and retrieves materials in off-site storage.
Other duties and projects as assigned.
Strong customer service orientation, interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
Supervisory skills and demonstrated ability to work independently.
Ability to occasionally lift and/or move up to 30 pounds.
Undergraduate degree in music.
Working knowledge of library principles and procedures.
Experience working in an academic library.
Experience working in the public services area of libraries.
Knowledge of dance and theater arts.
Reading knowledge of one or more European languages.
The above information on this position description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by individuals within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job. Requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate qualified individuals with disabilities. This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an "at will" employment relationship.
External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled as defined under the Americans With Disabilities Act, must be able to perform the essential job functions (as listed) either unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be determined by management on a case-by-case basis.
Application Instructions Specific to this Position
Currently enrolled Berklee students may not apply for staff or faculty positions.
Applicants who are both interested and qualified should submit the following materials:
- Cover letter that addresses the applicant's capabilities and experiences.
- A resume or CV.
Incomplete applications will not be considered. The position will remain open for applications until filled.
Berklee is committed to increasing the diversity of the college community and the curriculum. Candidates who can contribute to that goal are encouraged to apply and to identify their strengths in this area.
We provide a diverse and inclusive work environment
Circulation Audience Development Manager
PennWell Corporation is a cutting-edge media and events company responsible for covering a variety of industries where decision-makers across the world look first to gain the leading edge in their markets. With a fast-paced and growth-oriented environment, PennWell values exceptional performance and recognizes the outstanding people who work together to make success happen. PennWell offers a comprehensive benefit and compensation package as well as a friendly and integrated culture with a business casual work environment.
The Circulation Audience Development Manager is responsible for the acquisition and maintenance of a defined circulation audience base for a group of print and digital magazines/brands through planning, development, budgeting and sales of applicable products and services. He/she will be the strategic leader of the circulation audience lifecycle management, including new subscribers/user acquisition, retention, and engagement with the goal of increasing the overall audience for the assigned magazines.
This Circulation Audience Development Manager will work directly with publishers, editors, marketers, sales, and analysts throughout the organization to implement best practices on obtaining and nurturing the circulation audience.
Develops, recommends and monitors the circulation operating budgets for a group of magazines/brands with special emphasis placed on total audience reach and involvement.
Develops and implements marketing campaigns to meet required circulation goals.
Plans, develops and executes promotional efforts for a variety of products within each brand through design, printing, prospect development, testing and distribution.
Plans, develops and executes renewal subscription campaigns including concept, design testing and execution.
Analyzes and interprets print and digital circulation data to monitor campaign progress and new or existing circulation trends; makes recommendations and reports progress to publishers and Group Vice Presidents.
Selects and supervises agencies on an ongoing basis in order to maintain/increase subscriptions.
Determines audit reporting requirements and ensures proper record keeping and archival procedures for audit bureau reports, audit fulfillment records to afford compliance with all audit bureau rules and procedures.
Establishes and oversees customer service and fulfillment procedures for each magazine/brand.
Works with web development, IT and brand groups on SEO, lead generation, traffic analysis, audience development and other areas of marketing.
Prepares competitive analysis for sales and marketing purposes
Performs other responsibilities as assigned or required.
Ability to assess and determine the resources necessary to meet circulation requirements for a group of magazines/brands as might normally be acquired with a college degree and experience in circulation management, project management, or marketing.
Strong communication skills with the ability to work with all levels of the organization, including Directors, VPs and Publishers
Experience working with Microsoft Office
Analytical skills, flexibility, team oriented, team player
Relevant experience in digital marketing
HTML experience a plus
Solid value proposition copywriting skills
Experience with email best practices
Understanding of audience life cycle
Understanding of content marketing
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Brand Marketing & Circulation Manager
The Brand Marketing and Circulation Manager will develop, plan, execute, measure, report, and analyze the impact of integrated direct marketing strategies and campaigns that are designed to generate leads, reservations and positive ROI. This individual's primary focus will be on print media campaigns including catalog and direct mail, as well as setting direction for integrated email and web based components for assigned brand. Essential day-to-day focus will center on circulation/marketing planning, scheduling, audience segmentation, list and campaign management, program performance analysis and forecasting utilizing Adobe campaign and its automated templates.
Closely manage the marketing spend budget by brand, division, region and product to ensure we meet or exceed annual passenger, revenue and profit targets.
Work closely with senior management and yield/revenue management teams to deliver on the twin goals of increasing passengers while optimizing marketing spend and reducing dilution.
Develop and execute multi-channel contact strategies across list segments and distribution channels including catalog, direct mail, groups and email, with the goal of increasing booking rates and driving revenue from a qualified customer and prospect file.
Develop and implement merchandising strategies for assigned integrated campaigns
Manage multiple projects of up to 41 web pages, numerous email campaigns and up to 100 direct mail/catalog pages concurrently, driving the promotional schedule and meeting all deployment dates
Lead turnover meetings for Creative teams (Copy, Design, Photo) providing clear direction and priorities at promotion turnover meetings
Create and revise paginations based on automated scorecards – responsible for the completion of scorecards for creative post-mortems
Provide and be knowledgeable in best practices in campaign development to optimize efficiency and quality of campaigns across all channels (direct mail, email, phone, web, social, etc.)
Perform and/or leverage data analyses, develop, test and measure campaign strategies and tactics to drive desired customer behaviors and results.
Lead ongoing PTF/Priority meetings along with campaign and program discussions with internal product, revenue and channel partners to ensure all parties are in sync with and accountable for their deliverables to support the company's integrated marketing efforts.
Deep understanding of list, offer, creative package responsiveness, content relevancy and communications channel engagement: Direct mail, Phone, Interactive (Web, Email and Social).
Leverage Vantage's automated and proprietary segmentation, modeling and scoring solutions and other data assets to continually improve and optimize campaign performance.
Share insights from the customer data needed to drive next day sales while building longer-term business.
Required Skills and Experience
7-10 years' experience in direct or database marketing - analytics, direct marketing test design, response analysis, ROI analysis, segmentation analysis, customer profiling, etc.
3-5 years' experience with database querying tools, languages and analytical platforms supporting database marketing such as marketing automation and campaign management software solutions. Specific experience with SQL, SAS, Adobe Marketing Suite (Neolane), Business Objects preferred.
Travel industry experience strongly preferred.
BA/BS with significant coursework in marketing, mathematics or economics, MBA or equivalent preferred.
Creative thinking, exceptional analytical skills coupled with solid business foundation, particularly in Database Marketing.
An innovative, positive, and self-directed attitude – interested in "figuring out" solutions.
Deep hands-on experience in multi-channel, multi-wave (trigger) direct marketing operations, strategy and analysis.
Ability to integrate data to new or existing database structures.
Ability to mine data, using query language(s) to create data for program development.
Marketing program forecasting, measurement and assessment.
Excellent oral/written communication and presentation skills.
Strong detail orientation, ability to thrive in a fast paced environment and accountability to get the job done.
This company is run by the numbers and strictly adheres to weekly reporting and holding people accountable to their numbers.
Vantage Deluxe World Travel is the leader in adventure travel for thirty-five years. When you join the Vantage team you become part of a global company, headquartered in Boston, with regional offices around the world. Our worldwide teams work together to provide exciting, culturally enriching travel programs to destinations on all seven continents, including on our European river cruise fleet. Since 1983, more than 400,000 travelers have joined us to see the world.
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We have 2 full time positions open! Schedule is 3rd shift, 1:30am-9am. The Circulation Manager position is individually responsible for the circulation of papers, TMC's, SMC and all alternate publications in their assigned area along with overseeing the warehouse and warehouse staff.
Recruiting, contracting, and training carriers.
Handling any service issue in their area, which includes contacting the customer when needed.
Monitor performance of carriers, and discuss repetitive problems.
Must have a working knowledge of Circulation Operating System
Uphold strict service standards
When necessary, terminate carrier contracts.
Delivers down/open routes as needed.
Assist with redelivery of newspapers when needed.
Analyze routes to determine if customer service, company profit, or carrier profit can be improved through change.
Inform management of delivery concerns
Submit necessary paperwork on time.
Uses good judgment and discretion in handling all phases of newspaper delivery.
Supervises warehouse staff.
Verifies counts on carrier papers and warehouse draw.
Maintains a clean and organized center
Motivate and assist carriers with promotional efforts.
Participate in planning and developing plans and goals for circulation growth and expense savings.
Perform administrative and miscellaneous duties, including carrier profit and carrier debit and credits, complaint reports, contract maintenance and bag inventories.
Inform carriers of publication delivery changes and schedules including packaging
Keep carriers informed about new policies, plans, ideas, etc.
Schedules warehouse staff according to workload.
Submit reports to supervisor
Assists supervisor on any other duty specified.
High School Diploma or equivalent; some college preferred.
Previous experience in a newspaper setting is preferred.
Have a basic knowledge of Connecticut DOT regulations
Good written and verbal communication skills as well as experience working with Microsoft Office.
Must possess a valid driver license with a clean driving record and reliable transportation.
Good sense of direction and ability to utilize GPS/Maps.
Available to work all holidays and weekends as needed.
Hearst Media Services CT is an equal employment opportunity employer. It is the Company's policy to not unlawfully discriminate against any applicant or employee on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, creed, ancestry, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, citizenship, genetic information, homelessness, or any other consideration made unlawful by applicable federal, state, or local laws. The Company also prohibits harassment of applicants and employees based on any of these protected categories.
Circulation Manager – (Library Associate 3)
Circulation Manager – (Library Associate 3)
The Circulation Manager is responsible for supervising all operations of the Library West Circulation Services Unit, including special projects. The incumbent in this position will provide management, leadership, and coaching to a unit of 10 FTE staff and 12-16 student assistants that is accountable for user-centered support that meets the needs of University of Florida faculty, staff, and students. This position involves extensive, hands-on interaction with Libraries faculty and staff, the University community and the general public, and provides a unified voice for the communication of circulation programs and policies. Specific activities vary and include strategic planning, problem solving, public relations, and the interpretation, recommendation, and creation of policies and procedures. Added operational duties include handling user accounts, billing issues and patron inquiries, and drafting correspondence and publications for the branch. This position serves as a coordinator for building safety and security, and maintenance of library staffing and hours.
The Circulation Manager leads a collaborative work team that is responsible for overseeing key library and information services for the community. This position works closely with the Assistant Circulation Manager (Night & Weekend Operations), to hire, train, and schedule support staff for all Library West operating hours, seven days per week. All circulation desk functions require timeliness, accuracy and attention to detail. Circulation activities include user education, circulation of library materials, assisting with computers, A/V equipment and other technologies, event support, and referral to appropriate library specialists.
Circulation Services Unit Supervision and Coordination
Coordinates and supervises the daily operations of the Library West Circulation Services Unit. This involves extensive interaction with library staff members and units throughout all of the Libraries and with the public. Specific activities vary but usually involve supervision, problem solving, decision making, and interpretation or creation of policies and procedures. Serves as back-up for functions performed by staff within the unit.
Hires, evaluates, and coaches full-time and student staff. Approves payroll and staff schedules. Works with Assistant Circulation Manager (Night & Weekend Operations) to devise budgets and to project and monitor unit spending of allocated OPS budget.
Trains non-Circulation Unit staff and new hires on circulation competencies for Library West service desks. Ensures that local training, policy and procedure documentation is accurate. Works with Human Resources to provide other staff training as appropriate.
Determines projects and workflows for Circulation Services Unit. Facilitates the processes associated with the implementation of new library-wide systems such as the ILS, room and technology reservation systems, or other appropriate software. Manages Library West circulation, building usage and other statistics, providing reports as requested.
Ascertains and/or develops appropriate trainings for unit staff. Identifies unit equipment, hardware and software needs.
Participates in the departmental management team, Library West Coordinators. Communicates to unit staff changes in policy and procedures, Libraries and department strategic goals, and relevant news.
User Services and Communications
Works with department coordinators and Libraries' assessment team for evaluation of patron services. Participates in local and Libraries-wide assessment activities.
Coordinates and manages all branch communications relating to circulation and patron issues. Ensures consistent and appropriate voice in communicating with users. Supervises circulation mailboxes, distributes circulation policy, and investigates and makes referrals to appropriate branch staff and supervisors for timely resolution of problem reports.
Serves as the contact person for all Library West circulation issues; maintains primary responsibility for H&SS faculty and outreach patrons. Troubleshoots issues relating to circulation, including patron account activation and renewals, billing and refund requests, and failure to receive library notices. Processes, investigates and replies to issues concerning patron transactions.
Generates circulation statistics from library management system and assists with collection of data related to public services offered by the branch.
Maintains and creates guest computer and library accounts in collaboration with other branch circulation managers. Verifies affiliation for UF students, faculty and staff; processes non-affiliated and reciprocal borrower applications; creates proxy accounts.
Library West Circulation Operations
Works Circulation Desk and ensures library operations Monday through Friday, maintaining daily presence at Circulation Desk during assigned shifts.
Keeps expert working knowledge of competencies required of circulation staff and of UF Libraries' circulation manual.
Assists patrons with questions about circulation and library policies; verifies and updates patron records as needed; loans & returns materials to patrons; creates or updates item records for library material to allow for circulation; creates guest researcher accounts for unaffiliated researchers.
Reviews queries regarding library fees posted against patron accounts, and exercises the option to waive non-transferred (open) fees (if warranted), or to assist patrons in submitting online appeals for the reversal or reduction of library charges.
Answers general directional questions and provides referrals to patrons seeking research assistance.
Helps monitor library equipment and facilities within Library West; documents and responds to problems by submitting online service requests.
Enforces library and computer use policies, including food/drink policy.
Updates/informs circulation staff and branch coordinators of incidents or events that may have occurred during shift.
Building, technology and security coordination
Coordinates with Smathers Libraries' Associate Director of Facilities & Security to safeguard effective maintenance and functioning of the building.
Serves as branch supervisor and contact for contracted security guards. Maintains building security for patrons and staff, contacting University Police when necessary. Reports problems and emergencies to University Police, Libraries Facilities, UF Physical Plant and Library Administration, as appropriate.
Maintains emergency contact list and notifications for circulation staff. Drafts informational and safety brochures. Monitors and reports problems with security gates, occupancy counting system, and security cameras. Communicates building issues to Library West staff.
Serves as back-up administrator for lighting, security systems and other building systems. In coordination with Facilities Department, manages staff and patron access to building via security system, as well as access to 6th floor graduate student study space.
Checks and troubleshoots technology and associated item records for circulation to users (iPads, storage drives, projectors, etc.). Maintains study carrels database and annual assignments, and collaborates with study room booking system administrators.
Opens building on assigned shifts and functions as backup for other shifts. Empties book drops and runs reports, if necessary, during extended breaks when library is closed.
Participates in University, Libraries and Library West committees and task forces as appropriate. Participates in training that will enhance skills for both personal and professional development. Participates in special projects and performs other duties as assigned.
$44,481 minimum annual; Actual rate will reflect experience and credentials
Bachelor's degree and six years of related library experience; or a master's degree and three years of related library experience; or any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education.
Practice in hiring, training, and supervising exempt, non-exempt, and peripheral employees, and ability to provide clear and positive direction to team members.
Initiative, flexibility, and ability to adapt and work in a rapidly changing academic environment.
Experience in provision of user-centered service.
Proven ability to work collaboratively and collegially to accomplish goals, and to interact with co-workers in a professional manner.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent analytical skills, and ability to plan, organize, and coordinate projects and work assignments.
Strong computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Office suite with a particular focus on Word, Excel, and Outlook.
Knowledge and work experience in a complex research library system; facility with library management systems used for circulation functions, and online public access catalogs. Knowledge of applicable library, circulation, collections, and reference policies and procedures.
Knowledge of and ability to navigate university management systems for payroll, patron verification and registration, billing, and other applications as necessary.
Ability to monitor, report and address problems with building facilities, security gates & occupancy counters, security cameras, compact shelving units, and other equipment used in Library West.
Record of including individuals of diverse backgrounds, experiences, races, ethnicities, genders, and perspectives in previous work, supervisory assignments, or service activities.
Health Assessment Required:
Special Instructions to Applicants:
To apply, submit 1) a cover letter detailing your interest in and qualifications for this position; 2) your current resume or CV; and 3) a list of three references including their contact information (address, telephone number, and email). Apply by 11:55 PM EST March 19, 2018 (applications will be reviewed as received). Submit all application materials through the Jobs at UF online application system at Requisition . If you have questions about the application process please contact Tina Marie Litchfield, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project Manager - Infrastructure And Circulation
(Menlo Park, CA)
Facebook's mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Through our family of apps and services, we're building a different kind of company that connects billions of people around the world, gives them ways to share what matters most to them, and helps bring people closer together. Whether we're creating new products or helping a small business expand its reach, people at Facebook are builders at heart. Our global teams are constantly iterating, solving problems, and working together to empower people around the world to build community and connect in meaningful ways. Together, we can help people build stronger communities — we're just getting started.
Facebook is seeking an experienced Project Manager to manage infrastructure and circulation capital improvement projects related to the Willow campus expansion on our Menlo Park Headquarters. The role involves planning and executing on strategic plans for long-term expansion with an emphasis on transportation infrastructure related projects. This full-time position will be located at our Menlo Park Headquarters. The Willow campus is a redevelopment of an existing industrial park with the goal to create an integrated, mixed-use campus comprising of office housing, public serving retail and transit solutions.
In collaboration with the planning and operations team, this position will be responsible for overseeing the planning, design, permitting and project management of infrastructure and transit project's related to campus access and circulation
Responsible for building project teams including the architect, contractors, consultants, and other project team members to meet the project goals and objectives
Manage and oversee consultants for EIR data collection and analysis, planning studies, project engineering and construction documents
Work with local, state and federal agencies in preparation for the project EIR.
Work with city consultant team in development of traffic mitigations to enable the Willow campus
Manage onsite and offsite traffic mitigation projects including, planning, design, permitting and construction
Work collaboratively with multiple local and state stakeholder including the City of Menlo Park, Menlo Park Fire Protection District, Caltrans, Samtrans, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, adjacent cities, transit agencies and local businesses
Coordinate with local and regional transportation planning efforts, projects under construction and future mass transit studies and project's
Assist in the documentation submission of statutory project documentation and approvals related to the project work
Working with other team members, participate in the preparation of materials for presentations at public forums and community meetings
Review, understand, and manage procedures for handling changes to the contract documents, monthly valuations, drawing submissions, change orders, substitutions, etc.
Document the status of the project, all meetings and correspondence as a means to properly communicate within the project team and develop the project documents
Supervise multiple contract project and construction managers
BS in Engineering, Urban Planning, Construction Management, Architecture, or related field
12+ years' experience in all aspects of Project Delivery, managing Planning, Design, and Construction processes
6+ years of experience in transit, transportation or infrastructure related projects
Experience building relationships in all levels of the company
Experience in customer service
Circulation - Product Handler
Part-Time (25 Hour/week)
No Experience Necessary
There is an immediate Opening in the circulation department
at York Newspaper Company for a Product Handler to support our distribution team.
.Unloading, moving, stacking and storing materials.
.Working with transportation manager to coordinate load sequence of contractors.
We are looking for someone with the following qualities.
.Works well with others.
Shifts include but may not be limited to:
10pm to 3am Monday-Saturday,7pm Saturday
to 3am Sunday. Sunday work is required,
flexibility a must.
Must be able to lift 25 pounds of newspapers.
Must be able to stand on your feet for hours at a time
and push/pull hand jacks loaded with materials weighing more than 100 pounds.
Starting wage is $9.75 per hour.
Gannett Co., Inc. is a proud equal opportunity employer. We are a drug free, EEO employer committed to a diverse workforce. We will consider all qualified candidates regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity, family responsibilities, disability, education, political affiliation or veteran status.
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