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Go-Staff Inc


Posted On: 5/1/2012




Description

Go Staff, a family owned and operated Staffing agency is looking to grow and we want you to help!

This isn't your typical "sales" job - we are looking to hire a few good promoters to visit different businesses in San Diego County, drop off marketing material and assess their staffing needs (trying to figure out whether or not they use staffing so that our sales person can go after them and really sell to them!)

For this positions you would be required to:
* come into our office in Kearny Mesa daily
* drive to a designated territory (so you would have to have your own vehicle - mileage is reimbursed)
* visit 10-20 places per hour & drop off marketing material
* basic data entry

This can be part time or full time (if it is part time it does need to be a full day but can be less than 5 days/week)

If you do well you could move into a sales rep or account manager position if that would be something that you would be interested in!

If interested please call Go-Staff at 8582928562 and ask for the Administrative Department

Qualifications

Own vehicle

Great personality

Good follow up skills

Compensation

$8-10/hr DOE plus mileage


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Contact Information

Jeanmarie Gibson Phone Number: 858-292-8562 Email: jeanmarie@go-staff.com
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