Friday, December 04, 2009

Summit Media Job Openings - December 2009

SUBSCRIPTION COORDINATOR
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Business Studies/Administration/Management, Marketing, Commerce or equivalent
  • At least 1 - 2 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position (preferably with experience in dealing with schools)
  • Has good marketing / negotiation skills
  • Open for a Contractual position
TELEMARKETERS
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Business Studies/Administration/Management, Marketing, Mass Communications, Advertising/Media, Humanities/Liberal Arts or equivalent.
  • At least a year of experience in the field of telemarketing / advertising sales.
  • Very good communication & client-handling skills.
TECHNOLOGY / WEB MANAGER
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in any IT / Web Development course.
  • At least 5 years of experience in the field of web development, programming and operations.
  • Excellent people management and leadership skills.
TECHNOLOGY STAFF/WEB PROGRAMMER
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in any IT / Web Development course.
  • At least a year of experience in the field of web development, programming and operations.
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANTS – MOBILE DIVISION & SUMMIT LIVE
  • Bachelors Degree holder preferably in Business Management or any related course
  • At least 2 years working experience in Administrative or Office functions
  • Strong command of English, MS Office Proficiency (especially Excel)
  • Friendly, meticulous, attention to details, organized, get-it-done attitude
EDITORIAL ASSISTANT – SMART PARENTING
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Creative Writing, Journalism, Fashion, or any related course.
  • Excellent communication and writing skills.
  • Female; 21 years old and above.
  • Should be very knowledgeable in parenting issues and / or concerns.
  • Dynamic, creative and flexible.
EDITORIAL ASSISTANT – WOMEN’S HEALTH
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Creative Writing, Journalism, Fashion, or any related course.
  • Excellent communication and writing skills.
  • Female; 21 years old and above.
  • Engaged in or interested in health & fitness activities
  • Dynamic, creative and flexible.
  • Love topics involving health, fitness, & women issues.
EDITORIAL ASSISTANT – REAL LIVING
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Creative Writing, Journalism, Fashion, or any related course.
  • Excellent communication and writing skills.
  • Female; 21 years old and above.
  • Should be very knowledgeable in interior design, etc.
  • Dynamic, creative and flexible.

EDITORIAL ASSISTANT – COSMOPOLITAN
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Creative Writing, Journalism, Fashion, or any related course.
  • Excellent communication and writing skills.
  • Female; 21 years old and above.
  • Possesses a keen interest in trends pertaining to the content of the magazine.
  • Dynamic, creative and flexible.
STAFFWRITERS – YES!
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Journalism, Mass Communications, Advertising/Media or equivalent.
  • Well-versed and highly-interested in local entertainment (Showbiz);
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Having contacts in the local entertainment industry will be an advantage;
  • Ability to effectively handle pressure and manage time efficiently;
  • Creative and deadline-driven;
  • At least 2 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
PUBLISHING ASSISTANTS
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Business Studies/Administration/Management, Marketing, Mass Communications, Advertising/Media or equivalent.
  • At least 1 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
  • Should have extensive experience in brand management, marketing and promotions.
  • Adept in doing marketing research and events.
TELEMARKETER (CLASSIFIEDS)
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Business Studies/Administration/Management, Marketing, Mass Communications, Advertising/Media, Humanities/Liberal Arts or equivalent.
  • At least a year of experience in the field of telemarketing / advertising sales.
  • Very good communication & client-handling skills.
CREDIT & COLLECTIONS SUPERVISOR
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Business Studies/Administration/Management, Finance/Accountancy/Banking, Commerce or equivalent.
  • Preferably Supervisors with 2 years & up experience specializing in Finance - Credit & Collections or its equivalent
VIDEO PRODUCTION SPECIALIST
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Computer Science/Information Technology, Art/Design/Creative Multimedia, Mass Communications, Advertising/Media or equivalent.
  • At least 1 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
  • Must have relevant experience in the field of video/multimedia production, design and editing.
ACCOUNT MANAGERS (ADVERTISING/CLASSIFIEDS – DIGITAL / PRINT)
  • At least a Bachelor's Degree in any field.
  • At least 1-3 years work experience in the Marketing, Advertising or Sales Industry, or any related field.
  • Excellent prospecting skills, highly persuasive, and sales-oriented.
  • Articulate and can deal with clients well.
  • Patient, self-driven, hardworking, and highly capable of multi-tasking.
  • Accustomed to working with monthly sales quotas and can handle pressure well.
  • Fun-loving, dynamic, and outgoing.
KEY ACCOUNTS SPECIALISTS
  • At least a Bachelor's/College Degree in Business Studies/Administration/Management, Marketing, Commerce or equivalent
  • At least 1 - 2 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position (preferably with experience in dealing with accounts / buyers of big supermarkets / chain of stores as well as with bookstores and newsstands)
  • Has good marketing / negotiation / interpersonal skills

Prepare a cover letter and curriculum vitae and send it to either:
rad.santos (at) summitmedia.com.ph
paolo.cuerpo (at) summitmedia.com.ph

12 comments:

simplysarah said...

hi sir,

tumatanggap po ba ang summit media ng mga on-the job trainees this summer? if yes, what are the procedures and requirements? thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hi!

I just want to know, how is it like working for Summit Media?

Based on the job openings that you have listed, I am interested in applying for the executive assistant post.

Can you somehow give me an idea on what to expect in terms of working environment, load, compensation and other benefits/perks?

And can you also tell me more about being an EA in the Mobile Division and Live?

Thanks for your time, I'd really appreciate it :)

Carver said...

simplysarah... sa pagkakaalam ko, tumatanggap pa rin ang summit media ng mga mago-OJT, although hindi ko alam kung ito ay kasama sa regular policy ng kumpanya. Dahil depende talaga sa requirement ng individual departments. It's best for you to send an inquiry through the email addresses I posted, or you can call 4518888 (connect to the HR department). Good luck!

Anonymous... Summit Media is like any other company. There are those who love it here (a number of employees resign but eventually go back), and there are those who feel that Summit isn't the right "fit" for them. I've been in Summit for over four and a half years, the longest time I've ever stayed in a company. In short, Summit is a great fit for me.

I'm honestly not very familiar with Summit's Mobile Division (development of mobile content) or Summit Live (organizing live events). But an executive assistant post, in the most general terms, is simply being an "assistant to an executive." In major corporations, that translates to being a secretary to a high-ranking officer. This involves fielding calls, charting appointments, composing correspondence, coordination, and related tasks.

Again, since I'm not familiar with the two business units, my definition may not be in synch with theirs. Ditto with the workload.

Summit's employee base is mostly about late-20s to mid-30s in age, so you're looking at a younger mindset. I can't answer the compensation question, though, because I don't know what the job rank is.

Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your reply.

Btw, is the Mobile Division same as their Out-of-Home Division that I saw in their website?

But when you were there, what do the executive assistants of other divisions do? I had been an EA before but in another industry, so I would like to have an idea sana on how is it like being an EA in a company like Summit.

Also, I read in some thread that Summit's pay is relatively low, is this true?

Sorry for being kulit or something :) I'm just really interested and clueless at the same time.

But really, thanks for your response :)

Carver said...

Anonymous... I appreciate your enthusiasm, but I really don't know anything about the operations of the Mobile Content Division and Summit Live. They're relatively young business units.

I work in the Editorial Department and I know of only one executive assistant here (I may be wrong), who functions as a secretary, doing what secretaries do. But Summit is a non-traditional company, so the atmosphere is not as stiff as traditional corporations. (I've worked in two traditional corporations, and the difference is marked.)

And since I don't know the job level of executive assistants, I can't tell how competitive the salary is. Once you apply and manage to reach the final interview, you can ask and then decide if Summit is a good fit for you.

Good luck!

Masid said...

Good day, Sir!

I am interested in applying for an editorial assistant position, but just recently, I just started working in a company.

Will Summit find it off or detrimental to my credentials if I decided to leave the company I am currently in so I can work with another company where I believe I can function better and more competitively?

Thank you!

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Carver said...

Masid... I suggest you apply, but you should have a very compelling reason for wanting to leave your current employment in case you get asked. Plus, there is still the chance you won't get accepted, so staying in your current job is still the most practical thing to do.

What they say is true: always have a backup.

Will Summit find it off? I honestly don't know. During the course of your application, you may be interviewed by different people who have varying takes on the matter.

But one thing's sure: it takes time to train an editorial assistant. So Summit is looking for people who are not only effective, patient, and flexible, but who can stay for the long hard haul. You have to prove that you're the perfect candidate.

Good luck!

Masid said...

Thank you very much for the response, sir!

Yes, I am well aware of what the job entails, the dynamics and virtually all that I am looking for in a job that will make me stay. So I'll give it a shot and keep my current job while awaiting for Summit's verdict. :)

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