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Shark Vacuum Product Demonstrators

Brand Developers Ltd Auckland, Wellington or Christchurch! / Nationwide Retail / Sales Paid position(Know your rights) $18 per hour + uncapped commission No experience necessary!

Brand Developers trading as the TV Shop are currently looking for in-store demonstrators for our amazing product range.

Focusing predominately on our Nurti Ninjas/Shark Vacuum ranges, you role will be to bring life to these products in store through product demonstrations across Auckland, Christchurch or Wellington!

If you are a lover of the limelight, then this is the perfect role for you. Full training is provided, so this is a great chance to improve your sales skills and product knowledge.

You must be self-motivated, hungry for sales, confident and keen to learn. Being able to convert customer interest into actual sales is a must. You will also have a current drivers license and your own reliable car.

This is a part-time casual weekend role, usually 16 hours a week.

We offer a base rate of $18 per hour + uncapped commission = unlimited earning potential!

You must be available to attend training in Auckland – we will cover the costs of transport and accommodation if you are out of Auckland.

Please apply with a CV detailing why you would be the perfect addition to our Demonstrator role.

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