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LAST CHANCE TO APPLY!! PAID TRAINING!!!

The Merchant Class Auckland Retail / Sales Paid position(Know your rights) $700-$1500 weekly! entry level!

Make almost 2x as much as a typical backpacker job so you can go skydiving, glow worm cave tubing, and zorbing throughout NZ!

The Merchant Class is a looking for outgoing sales representatives to join one of our Wellington sales teams for a new and exciting project starting Nov 6th or Nov 19thth!

Whats in it for you?

base wage plus uncapped commission

sales career development

valuable experience for any future job

fun and social team environment

fully paid training prior to start

We want to help you make more than just minimum wage, so you have the funds to go sky diving, bungee jumping, on boat tours, see glow worms, and anything else you find exciting!

Job requirements:

Available to start November 6th or November 19th

Full time M-F 1-7.30pm Sat 10.30am-5.30pm

Must have a valid work visa

4 month minimum commitment

Excellent and Fluent English communication skills
(DO NOT apply if your English is not fluent)

We take employee happiness very seriously here because we know that people work better when they are happy! We provide you with ongoing training to give you the confidence and support you need to be successful.

IF THIS SOUNDS LIKE YOU APPLY TODAY!!

(please provide a NZ mobile number in your application)

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