Work from home in Remote Sales and Customer Service

  Calgary

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Job Description:Are you a Grade 12 student looking for summer work? Find out how to innovate in these challenging times and help people along the way! Work from home in Remote Sales and Customer Service Our Calgary office currently has flexible part-time, full-time and summer positions available. This is ideal work for high school and College / University students. Gain valuable office/work experience and have an opportunity to make a great income while having a lot of fun. We offer something that is new and refreshing when you compare our opportunity to your “average student job”. Apply today and begin as soon as possible, or reserve your spot on our team for work after your exams. We offer you the ability to:Interview, Train and Work online from homeGain Valuable Work experienceDevelop Sales and Presentation skills with a world class product through our innovative approachEnhance your Time Management skillsStrengthen your Communication skillsProblem Solve and show Initiative in your workBuild your CapacityEarn Excellent Pay- great starting base pay with incentives available based on performance.Enjoy Flexibility in your work scheduleJoin our team now and you will have an opportunity to develop all of these skills and have fun doing it so Apply Now! Good Luck to those who apply! All ages 17+ and some conditions exist.Company Description:Who Are We?We’re the company that sells CUTCO® Cutlery. Our people are diverse and fun (85% of our sales force is university-aged) and they get geeked out by awesome kitchen knives.True, many of the people we work with never once thought about kitchen knives before they met us. But, they catch on quickly.Our Vision & MissionVision: to be universally recognized as the Premier Student Opportunity in Canada.Mission: to be the arena where everyone can learn, grow and dream.We’re Proud Because…We’re one of the largest recruiters of students in North America each year.
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Vector Marketing Canada

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