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Account Executive KNDU

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Posted on 07/12/2018

ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

KNDU and SWX TV has a rare opening. One of our Account Executives is retiring, that’s right retiring. KNDU is looking for an Account Executive who can harness the power of our dominant television and digital marketing platforms in order to grow local businesses. This position comes with an established list….this is a great opportunity that doesn’t come around often. We need brains, ambition and passion to serve our customers and deliver results. We need someone who fits our culture. In other words, you’ll be smart, super nice, and willing to laugh and have a good time.  You’ll find a fun, fast-paced and supportive family-owned company. We provide a comprehensive benefits program designed to help meet the needs of our employees and their families while providing flexibility, financial independence, security and protection. We offer a variety of core and voluntary benefit plans including medical, dental, disability, life insurance, 401(K) with amazing employer contributions, flexible spending, vacation…etc.

When you join KNDU, you do more than simply switch companies. You become part of the KNDU family. This is a company committed to breakthrough innovation and the success of our employees. So come see what it’s like to be with the number one news source in the Tri-Cities.  But bring your “A” game—and be prepared to be here a long time. All inquiries will be held in the strictest confidence. Interested? Take the next step to success.

Send your info to:

Cameron Derrick, Station Manager

KNDU-TV

3312 W. Kennewick Avenue

Kennewick, WA 99336

Email Cameron.derrick@kndu.com.

KNDU is an equal opportunity employer. EOE. Women and minorities are encourage to apply.

Visit kndu.com for more information.

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