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30+ days ago

Account Executive

The San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco, CA

Hearst is Global Media Powerhouse including outlets such as; Pandora, ESPN, A&E, Car and Driver, Esquire, “O” The Oprah Magazine, ELLE, Harper's… Glassdoor


24 days ago

Multimedia Account Executive

The San Francisco Chronicle San Rafael, CA +2 locations

• Prospect and penetrate small to medium regional organizations to obtain advertising revenue. • Actively manage 40+ accounts • Create… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Multimedia Account Executive-Real Estate

The San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco, CA

• Prospect and penetrate small to medium regional businesses to obtain advertising revenue. • Actively manage… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Digital Sales Manager

The San Francisco Chronicle San Francisco, CA

Digital Manager will be in the field and on sales calls with Account… coordinating and conducting training for Sales Management and Account Glassdoor


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    Grateful for the experience, but ultimately limited growth/ challenges

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    I have been working at The San Francisco Chronicle full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    As a writer, the experience I had here was incredibly helpful for my resume. While I only wrote here and there in my role, those bylines have opened many doors, which is great. The people there are very nice for the most part, and there's a lot of flexibility and work-life balance, which makes it easy to stay there for awhile. I worked in multiple departments and was lucky to have exceptional bosses.

    Cons

    There isn't a whole lot of room for growth, innovation, or learning new things. At least in my roles it was definitely do x,y,z every day, which can leave one very complacent and unfilled over the long term. The community isn't really connected. While I had great coworkers in certain departments, the overall vibe isn't the most upbeat and harbors a rather traditional, stale atmosphere if you're someone who likes to grow, change, and expand professionally.

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    Enable employees to grow and challenge themselves; prioritize company morale.

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