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Jun 03, 2004
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MarketingSherpa is Hiring for Two Positions -- Know Anyone?

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While you were relaxing last weekend, I was screwing together vast amounts of furniture for our lovely new offices. (Take my advice, don't buy Ikea's Sonne organizer unless you have a power screwdriver and 47-hours to kill.)

Now that we've moved into Suites 3 & 4 at 499 Main Street in super-cool Warren RI (picture Mayberry with a waterfront), I'm ready to make two critical hires. If you or someone you know is interested, and is either located near Warren or is open to relocating to RI or Southern MA, here are links:

Position #1. Managing Editor Newsletters

You'll manage a team of reporters, meet daily deadlines, lead editorial development, edit articles, and write some yourself. Must be obsessed with serving readers A+ useful info. Salary and opportunity are great. Reports to Publisher. Apply at:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=96406489021


Position #2. Marketing Manager

You'll handle all daily marketing activities & admin for SherpaStore.com and email newsletter circulation promos. Reports to Marketing Director. Must be good at spreadsheets, copywriting, multitasking, and phone/email communication. Direct response experience required, preferably in eretail or publishing. Apply at:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=85660510109

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