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Sales Operations Administrator – new

Associated Press Washington, DC

• Processes, acknowledges and scans customer agreements and cancellation notices. • Reviews and approves new sales orders for consistency with… Glassdoor

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Software Documentation Manager - ENPS

Associated Press Washington, DC

This position will be primarily responsible for coordinating, writing and the production of ENPS user and technical documentation and will manages… Glassdoor

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Associated Press Washington, DC

The successful candidate is an experienced broadcast journalist with strong writing, voicing and audio editing skills. The ideal candidate writes… Glassdoor

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Pros: “If you've got ambition and are young, there are opportunities to be involved in coverage of the biggest stories of the day. AP Washington tends to promote young, inexperienced and less expensive reporters for top jobs covering national politics.”Full Review

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