Advertising Order Entry Specialist

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Tribune Publishing
Sun Sentinel is seeking a Advertising Ad Order Entry Specialist to join our team!

To enter ads into the Adit system for Sun-Sentinel and Forum Publishing Group products and to generate page layouts and pressruns for all Sun-Sentinel and Forum Publishing Group Products.

Enter all ad orders from Sun-Sentinel and FPG salespeople via telephone and written orders into the Adit systems accurately
Enter new accounts into Adit accurately and in a timely manner to ensure proper billing information is set up as quickly as possible.
Have a general understanding of the Sun-Sentinel and FPG coding and rate structure.
Act as information resource by providing account information from Adit system to sales staff and management.
Layout all Sun-Sentinel and Forum Publishing Group products in a manner that keeps newsprint costs to a minimum, within plan and in accordance with established guidelines.
Ensure the timely completion of page dummies for Editorial and Prepress
Communicate regularly with Advertising, Editorial, Pressroom and other areas of Operations in order to ensure accurate publications
Generate and distribute accurate pressruns
Accommodate late ads, size changes and editorial needs after deadline by revising layouts and pressruns
Satisfy advertiser requests through the optimal placement of ads in order to protect future orders.
Participate as a team member by providing backup, training support and offer suggestions for improvements in order to enhance productivity.

High school education
General understanding of advertising production and knowledge of ad processing procedures
Demonstrated typing ability and use of Word, Excel and Outlook.
Must demonstrate effective verbal and written communication skills
Must possess ability to work at a computer workstation for long periods of time, capacity to meet constant deadlines and temperance for dealing with a variety of personalities.
Must be able to work hours that may be shifted with workflow.

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