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No Experience Required - Sales Assistants, Plymouth

Published 2021-12-01
Expires 2022-01-01
ID #768694277
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No Experience Required - Sales Assistants, Plymouth
United Kingdom, England, Plymouth,
Published December 1, 2021

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: No experience required - sales assistants


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Sales Assistants – Immediate Start – No Experience RequiredLooking for a Sales or Retail Assistant job but don’t have enough experience?Maybe, you currently work in retail or sales and are fed up of a lack of progression and earning minimum wage?If you are bored of having a job and want a career, then this is the opportunity for you!Our Plymouth based client have entry level sales assistant roles suitable for those with and without experience as full product training and one to one sales coaching is provided from day one and throughout. This role is perfect for college leavers and graduates that are looking to gain skills and experience within the sales, marketing and customer service industries or job seekers looking for a more challenging career with opportunities to progress.You Must Have:Self motivationBasic communication skillsA personalityConfidenceA willingness to progressEnthusiasmThe Role Provide customers with genuine sales advice and customer serviceBe able to commit full time to at least 5 full days a week Monday - SaturdayRepresenting clients in various face to face campaignsNational and international travel opportunitiesExcellent added incentivesRecognition for hard workThese are fantastic opportunities for people who work as retail assistants, shop assistants and anyone currently in the sales industry to start earning more than the minimum wage with annual OTE's of 21-28k.The role will require you to be over the age of 18 and work in various campaigns including residential, events and B2B in the Plymouth area. This opportunity is offered on a self employed basis so all earnings are commission only, therefore you are in full control of your earnings while getting the recognition and financial benefits you deserve. This is not a telesales or call centre role as you will be meeting customers face to face.If you would like to apply, then please follow the online application process and a member of our clients recruitment team will be in contact with you if they wish to take thing further.Due to the nature of the role, they are unable to provide any sponsorship to candidates that hold a Tier 4 Visa.* Please note, by applying to this advert you acknowledge our privacy policy applies and give consent for SLS Recruitment to share the data you provide with our client so that they may contact you regarding the role or any other role they deem you suitable for. For more information, please see our website before applying.

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