Scholastic Inc.

by Publishing Team on January 11, 2011

Scholastic Inc. Job Description

For 90 years, teachers and parents have recognized Scholastic as a trusted name in learning. Scholastic continues this successful history by remaining focused on encouraging children to learn to read and love to learn, helping teachers carry out their important jobs and supporting parents in their role as their child’s first teacher.

Founded in 1920 by M.R. “Robbie” Robinson, the father of the current Chairman and CEO, Richard Robinson, today, Scholastic has over $2 billion in revenues and is a global leader in children’s brands and distribution, with more than 9,500 employees worldwide. Scholastic creates quality educational and entertaining materials and products for use in school and at home, including children’s books, magazines, technology-based products, teacher materials, television programming, feature film, videos and toys. Scholastic distributes its products and services through a variety of channels, including proprietary school-based book clubs, school-based book fairs, retail stores, schools, libraries and television networks; and

Scholastic has international operations in Australia, Canada, China, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Malaysia, New Zealand, The Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and the United Kingdom. As our world grows smaller and interconnected, Scholastic will continue to develop materials that span cultural and national boundaries and serve the needs of parents, teachers and children worldwide.

Scholastic Inc. Duties and Responsibilities

  • 1st Shift Warehouse Power Equipment Operator

Qualified candidates should possess at least one year of verifiable experience with the following equipment: Electric Standing Counter Balance Forklift, Narrow Aisle Reach Truck, Walkie / Rider Pallet Jack, and Order Selector. This position should advise the Warehouse Supervisor or immediate supervisor of inventory levels on a basis to avoid out-of-stock inventory; unpack and sort returned books and merchandise; and return all merchandise to the proper location in a timely manner. All merchandise will be handled in a manner so as to avoid damaging, bending, or tearing. Maintain a clean, organized and safe work environment; assist all other Associates in completing tasks requested by the Warehouse Manager or immediate supervisor; prepare shipments to fill branch orders; distribute book reorders to branch picking aisles; assist drivers loading and unloading trucks; back-up shipping/receiving clerk; and regular attendance in accordance with schedule.

Our generous full time benefits include career opportunities, competitive salaries and comprehensive healthcare (medical, dental, vision, prescription) as well as 401(k) plans and a 50% employee discount!

1st Shift Warehouse Power Equipment Operator Salary: $10.50 hourly

  • Account Executive- Educational Sales

The Account Executive will be responsible for all activities related to the respective territory in achieving revenue and expense target/goals and responsibilities are; achieve 100% of territory revenue and expense goal; complete the six month Scholastic Education Training Path; utilize appropriate territory demographic data and sales historical data to successfully prepare a targeted territory action plan; create new partnerships and monitor existing ones with professional organizations, local and state agencies; effectively utilize regional and corporate resources to achieve successful attainment of the territory revenue and expense goal; maintain and update sales pipeline on a weekly basis; master product sales presentations and possess the ability to respond to customer gaps by providing Scholastic solutions; respond in a timely manner to all customer requests, thus securing a high degree of customer satisfaction; articulate the key marketing position statements for each product represented; monitor, review and direct all activities of the Scholastic Sales Representative (SSR); coordinate activities of the SSR to ensure their activities are commensurate with territory goals; meet the demand of an evolving territory and be able to respond professionally as a representative of Scholastic; participate in ad-hoc focus groups to provide product development/ marketing input; present at regional and national sales meetings; participate and assist in national sales events such as Summits and Intervention Conventions; assist in training or mentoring new employees; update Territory Management System on a regular basis; and communicate with regional and national team members in a timely manner.

Account Executive- Educational Sales Salary: No data available

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