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Backpackers Wanted!! Minimum Wage PLUS Commission!

The Merchant Class Nationwide Retail / Sales Paid position(Know your rights)

Are you a customer service star with a communication ability second to none? Maybe you understand the importance of selling and persuasion, but don’t know where to start? Do you have previous customer facing experience but you are looking for a permanent position with a base wage AND uncapped commission?

Then CONGRATULATIONS, you are exactly who we are looking for! The Merchant Class is a leading direct sales and marketing company in NZ in the energy, broadband, and telecommunication sector. We are looking for passionate experienced sales reps to join our team in Auckland, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Wellington, and moooooreee!

(Once a month we go on road trips to new areas for a week and we cover the accommodation and travels costs!)

Things to note:

-Full time permanent role

-Room for growth ( WE NEED STRONG LEADERS)

-M-F 1pm-8pm and Saturday 9.30am-5.30pm (40 hours)

-Base pay PLUS uncapped commission (average income $1000-$1500 per week)

-Initial and ongoing training/support

-Fun team environment with outings, prizes, and endless opportunity

If you are sick of minimum wage opportunities that don’t reward hard work, then take advantage of this opportunity to work hard and get rewarded.

Must have valid work visa to apply!

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