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Sales Operations Administrator

Associated Press Washington, DC

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


News Production Specialist - ENPS

Associated Press Washington, DC

include: user training, installation, troubleshooting, testing, and sales/marketing support. Logs and helps resolve problems, interfacing with other… Glassdoor


Newsperson

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


Newsperson/National Political Reporter – new

Associated Press Washington, DC

• identify and develop stories that break news, have impact and are exclusive to the AP. • report and produce compelling… Glassdoor

Updated Jul 31, 2014

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