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Subscription Sales Representative

State House News Service

This is a Part-time position in Boston, MA posted June 7, 2021.

Position Summary: This position that we are advertising is extremely busy and responsibilities are varied.

You will need to be an organized multitasker.

Part-time expect to earn $40,000
– $50,000 first 12 months.

You will work with the Director of Sales, and will be in daily contact with our Subscription Service Manager, Business Office Manager, CFO and other senior managers and of course our subscribers.

Position Responsibilities: Working remotely You will be responsible for: * Response to general incoming inquiries and trial subscription requests;* Market research and sales lead generation; * A very busy customer service and retention outreach program, * Service requests from current high-value subscribers; Required Qualifications: * Bachelor?s Degree* Massachusetts resident* Knowledge and interest in Massachusetts politics* Compatibility with smart, friendly, highly cooperative and mutually supportive co-workers* Ability to work independently Preferred Qualifications: * Experience in sales, government relations, politics* You will most often be relating to top executives at busy organizations?

and executive-level managers in government who expect and are accustomed to excellent phone and email skills.

SHNS Offers: Full time or part time positions available: * $25,000 ?

28,000 base commensurate with experience and review after 6 months* Generous commissions * Bonuses* Full benefits package for full time including medical, dental, life and LTD insurance, more About State House News Service: State House News Service is a small, friendly, independent news organization based in the Massachusetts State House since 1894. Our reporters provide important, objective, nonpartisan and authoritative Beacon Hill reporting to hundreds of subscribers including the House and Senate, the Governor?s Office, many nonprofits, commercial organizations and almost all media companies operating in Massachusetts. Our slogan is ?Serving the working press since 1894.? Despite our dominance in our field we have many leads to pursue.

Our company fought to have the first woman assigned to report in the State House. In 1913 Elberta Copeland became the first woman in the modern era to lead a Boston daily news organization. No other woman had that assignment until 1983. We are the only news company to be authorized to have a reporter on the floor of the House of Representatives during official sessions.

More information about the State House News Service is on our website:

Please direct any questions to Stephen Cummings via email: