Graduate Marketing Assistant
Graduate Marketing Assistant - IMMEDIATE START
At Sevenist in Southampton, our team is growing. We are looking to enhance our existing direct marketing team by bringing on board 5 new Graduate Marketing Assistants. Representing some of the biggest household brands the firm will be looking to expand next year and are excited to continually expand their client base.
- Client representation
- Product demonstrations
- Brand Management
- Face to face customer service
- New Customer acquisitions and existing customer upgrades
- Opportunity to participate in regional and national seminars with campaign specific specialists
- Travel opportunities
We are looking for candidates, who may hold some experience in sales, however experience within the sales or marketing sector are not fundamental as we work with candidates to develop product knowledge and presentation skills.
- Full time, immediate start availability is preferred.
What to Expect
A fun, lively and challenging environment to test those looking to develop a career in marketing. Individuals can benefit from in-house workshops designed to help those looking to develop skills essential for success in a career in sales and marketing and managing their own business.
For Consideration: Please send your CV through the online application process by clicking the "Apply Now" button below.
We will be in contact with successful applicants as soon as possible. All our sales openings are face to face as we believe we can provide a better service for our clients so we target potential customers where they live, shop and work, through B2B, residential and events, so opening is not based in an office. A strong work ethic and desire to succeed are essential. Successful candidates can earn between £350 and £600 in uncapped performance based earnings in the first week.
To find the right people to represent our clients and help expand our industry, we routinely invite people to spend a full day in the field observing our sales operations. The day is designed to help the decision-making process and participants do not receive compensation, but they get a chance to see if the opening is best for them.