Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, NJ)
The Asbury Park Press was founded in 1879 as the Shore Press by local pharmacist-turned-publisher Hugh S. Kinmonth. The Press first achieved success as a weekly newspaper serving the shore communities. In 1895, Dr. Kinmonth sold the newspaper to his nephew, J. Lyle Kinmonth, who began publishing the newspaper as a daily under the names The Daily Press and The Sunday Press. The newspaper prospered under Kinmonth's guidance and grew to be the dominant daily newspaper in the market. Each successive publisher in the Press' long history has upheld the same high journalistic standards as its founder. Now, under the leadership of the Gannett Corporation, the Asbury Park Press is positioned to take its place as New Jersey's premier daily and Sunday newspaper.When the Asbury Park Press joined the Gannett corporate family in 1997, they took their place among an elite roster of companies comprising one of the largest news, information and communications organizations in the nation.
Benefits include: Medical, prescription, dental, vision & hearing; 401(k) savings plan; Stock purchase plan; Pension plan; Employee Assistance Program for employees and family members; Automobile/homeowners insurance; Dependent care sick days; Adoption assistance; Employee mortgage program; Flexible Spending Account. Perks include: On-site fitness center offering Yoga, Step Aerobics, Pilates, Weight Management classes; Health Fairs; various charitable events supported by flower sales and book sales; Blood drives; Brown-bag lunchtime seminars; ATM and US mail service; Mobile Dry Cleaning service; Employee Cafeteria also offers take-home and catering services.
The Asbury Park Press will continue to create geographically and psycho graphically targeted editions that brand the Asbury Park Press as a franchise that serves readers’ diverse news and information needs across Monmouth-Ocean counties. We will continue to provide our customers with unparalleled customer service. Our vision is to work smarter, faster and more effectively. In an increasing competitive business environment, the Asbury Park Press will continue its vision that “it’s never enough.”
We embrace, value and encourage workforce diversity. We recognize the moral, ethical and business implications associated with a diverse workforce that promotes awareness, equality, sensitivity and fairness. We seek to create a diverse workforce and provide products and services that reflect the communities we serve.
We are committed to creating an environment, which nurtures employees and provides opportunities for growth and individual achievement. For those willing to work hard, and who want to learn and grow, the Asbury Park Press offers positions filled with excitement and opportunity. We work had at being the “opportunity company” and are committed to promoting from within whenever possible.
We have a wide variety of products both in print and online available to our reader and our advertisers including our direct mail services through Addresses Unlimited.