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Employment Opportunities

By KTVA CBS 11 News 4:27 PM May 1, 2014

CURRENT JOB OPENINGS:

To apply, visit www.gci.com/about/careers, click on “Current GCI Openings” and search “Denali Media.”

Assistant, Sales Administrative

Purpose of Position: Purpose of Position: Under supervision, provide general administrative support to the sales team, traffic scheduling data entry, and front desk reception. Supplies Denali Media Sales with updated rate cards, posters, and collateral or specialty items. Assist the Director of Sales in events and sponsorship projects when needed.

 

Denali Media Anchorage, Corp. / KTVA-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

In accordance with the FCC’s EEO regulations, any organization that distributes information about employment opportunities to job seekers or refers job seekers to employers may request that it be provided notice of KTVA-TV job vacancies as they occur.

If your organization would like to be notified of such vacancies, please contact our Assistant General Manager at KTVA-TV, 1001 Northway Drive, Suite 202  Anchorage AK  99508, or email to jbever@denalimediaalaska.com. Each organization that wishes to be given notice of job vacancies must provide its name, mailing address, e-mail address (if applicable), telephone number, and contact person, and identify the category or categories of vacancies of which it requests notice. (An organization may request notice of all vacancies).

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