Entry Level Sales Position – No Experience Required

Are you friendly? Do you enjoy meeting new people? Are you a Go-getter? Do you speak fluent English and want to make money? Student Works is a residential and commercial painting company looking for students to join our marketing team.

This is an ideal job for individuals that want to work PART-TIME and make extra cash going door to door and business to business offering our painting services while in college or high school here in Vancouver, BC. There are also Marketing Manager positions available for responsible applicants.

This job is great for friend groups and we strongly encourage friends to apply together!

Hours:
Hours are flexible based on your schedule, expect to work anywhere from 6-20 hours per week. If you want to work more, please let me know.

Pay:
The pay is hourly + commission therefore the sky is the limit in terms of income.
An Individual can expect minimum wage + commission. Our last years highest earning employees were averaging $25/hr. Specific pay structure may be discussed during our first phone call.

What to Gain:
As a successful marketer for our organization you will learn the following:
-How to communicate effectively with customers, and fellow workers (great customer service experience!)
-Reaching your goals, and helping others reach a common goal
-Motivating yourself, and others

Bonuses:
-Per Lead
-Per Estimate
-Per Lawn Sign
$15/hour or $10/per lead (Whatever makes you more money)
+ $10 if you bring a friend out
Nightly bonuses (random)

Requirements to Apply:
-Great Attitude
-Willingness to learn
-Punctual
-Respectful
-Honest
-Motivated to Work
-Communication
-Fluent English
-Second Language is an asset but not required
-Experience is an asset but not required (all training is provided!)
-Vehicle is an asset but not required
-Position may lead to full-time in the summer

If you feel you meet our requirements, please send your information to Julian and he will contact you ASAP.

Best of luck, look forward to hearing from you! 🙂

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