We’re hiring: Client services manager/sales administrator
Are you the client services manager of our dreams? Photo via Gonzalo Aragon/Shutterstock

We’re hiring: Client services manager/sales administrator

14 Aug 20151.33k Views

Up for a new challenge? Silicon Republic has an opening for a client services manager/sales administrator to work in-house as part of our busy management and sales team.

If you’re keen to make the move to a growing online publishing company, this is your chance to work with Ireland’s premier and award-winning online technology news service.

If you’re a superb communicator with excellent administrative skills, we’re looking for you. We want a dynamic and enthusiastic professional who is looking for a new challenge – and a sense of humour is always welcome.

A deep interest in the tech industry is a definite plus, and a track record in client management and customer service is a must.

Other requirements to be met include:

  • A strong background in the digital sector
  • Experience in sales administration
  • Proven track record in client-facing communications at enterprise level
  • Knowledge of sales and ad management systems such as Salesforce and DoubleClick
  • An in-depth understanding of client needs analysis
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work autonomously with minimal supervision
  • Ability to work well with all members of the team in an online publishing environment
  • Self-motivated and responsible individual
  • Knowledge and understanding of online and social media
  • Background in office management a plus

We’re going to move fast on this one, so please send your application to jobs@siliconrepublic.com before midnight 23 August.

We are hiring image by Gonzalo Aragon via Shutterstock

By Ann O’Dea

Ann O’Dea is CEO and co-founder of Silicon Republic, Europe’s leading technology and innovation news service, reporting online since 2001. Ann was the driving force behind Silicon Republic’s Women Invent campaign, launched on International Women’s Day 2013, to champion remarkable women role models in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), and to help tackle the gender gap in the knowledge industries. She was the founder and curator of Inspirefest, a unique new international sci-tech event, which grabbed headlines for disrupting the traditionally homogenous tech conference calendar. Today, that event has evolved into Future Human an event that aims to showcase the leaders building the products and services for a new tomorrow. Ann is a fellow of the Irish Computer Society and the Institute of Art, Design & Technology. She received a Net Visionary award from the Irish Internet Association in 2015 for her work on ensuring the visibility of remarkable women role models in her industry, and was named ‘Media Woman of the Year’ at the Irish Tatler Women of the Year Awards 2014. In 2015, she was the first woman to be inducted into the Irish Internet Association’s Hall of Fame. Ann sits on the advisory board of TeenTurn, which secures internships for under-represented youths in tech and scientific organisations. She is a sought-after speaker and moderator at tech and STEM events.

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