State Sales Manager: VIC & SA

Guardian Australia (www.theguardian.com/au) launched in May 2013 as part of Guardian News & Media (GNM), one of the largest English language newspaper websites in the world (www.theguardian.com).

We are recruiting for a State Sales Manager to join our Melbourne commercial team.

In this role you will be responsible for achieving revenue targets across a portfolio of key agencies and clients in Victoria and South Australia, using all available Guardian products and platforms.

The successful candidate will have a strong knowledge of content marketing, display advertising, brand strategy, production processes, the Australian media landscape and the Guardian brand and its editorial integrity. They will have experience working collaboratively with multiple stakeholders and be self-sufficient, goal-orientated, open-minded, self-aware, and resilient.

For more information please view the full job description here.

To apply for this position, please upload your résumé (maximum three pages) plus covering letter as one document. In your covering letter please outline your motivation for applying for the role and why you think you are suitable and why you are looking to leave or have left your current/past position. Please note that applicants should be legally eligible to work in Australia. We are unable to sponsor prospective employees' visa applications.

This role is being offered on a full-time, permanent basis.

Applications will remain open until this position is filled.

We believe that our role in the Australian media is to give a voice to the most marginalised people in society and value and respect all differences in all people — including people of colour, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from different social classes and people with disabilities (seen and unseen). We believe that these communities must be centred in the work we do, bringing a new perspective and a diversity of thought. We strongly encourage applications from people with these identities and/or marginalised groups.