Circulation Manager/Director CV Example


The head of the circulation department, whether a manager or a director, is responsible for the timeliness and widest possible reach in the physical distribution of newspapers, magazines and other printed publication.  The job calls for overseeing and managing the process variables in ensuring that the distribution chain covers the widest and most suitable audience/markets for a print media.

Circulation Manager/Director CV Example

John F. Laughton

Park Row, Leeds, England

Phone: 0113-334-4848

laughtonjf@ycmail.com

Objective

I would like to express my eagerness in joining your publishing team as a circulation director.  My almost 8 years in the care and study of wildlife in a large park has prepared me to undertake a more focused interest in conduct disciplined pharmaceutical research.

Career Experience/Job History

2006 – Present:  Circulation Director, The Enquirer

  • Assist the chief editor in the planning of sales and service methods and promotional activities to increase the revenue potential for the publication.
  • Develop and manage marketing plans and programs to increase subscription levels.
  • Set revenue goals and develop distribution strategies for growth and profitability.
  • Monitor circulation movements, revenue, costs, and market reading trends.
  • Handle customer service functions such as distribution outlets and direct publication subscription.
  • Coordinate with public relations staff, retailers, and journalists to make ensure that publications are circulated according to deadlines.

2002 – 2006:  Circulation Agent, Elegance Publication, Plc

  • Coordinate with retail outlets in ensuring adequate rack space and inventory of publication materials
  • Prepare circulation reports to higher management.

Education

1999 – 2002:  Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, University of Brighton, UK

Professional reference will be supplied upon request.

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