MERCHANDISER (Former Employee) – London, ON – 12 July 2012
Speaking, encouraging, directing, explaining the posibilities of spending your money, to gain rewards from your credit card purchases. Using the same card can add up very quickly points for you to utilize point system to cash in to redeem for Groceries, Cash back, Auto Protection Coverage. Learned to step out with confidence Hardest part fighting discipointment Enjoyable getting paid
Program Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton,ab – 9 May 2014
• Promote Financial Services and Energy products in multiple locations in Edmonton. • Promote and attend special events, venues, branches, malls etc. throughout Edmonton • Get new customers for Direct Energy. • Provide customers with accurate information pertaining to the products and services • Close sales of products and services through your interaction with the shoppers • Supervise a team of ten people • Build and maintain relationships with associates
Telecommunication Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 28 October 2013
Opportunity to work in in fast paced environment with team members or alone. It taught me how to be patient and focus oriented. The best thing I learnt is to never give up. Keep trying, and the result will be in hand. Sometimes, we give up after utilizing 99% of efforts.
Enjoyed working as a Koodo Rep, learning a lot about Koodo's great cell service. I also enjoyed working with The Mobile Booth. The contract was well set up and I was able to store personal belongings with the Mobile Booth. (Jacket and Lunch)
great networking job and can talk to lots of people.
Strictly sales oriented and strongly dependent on manager
Sales Rep/Team Lead (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 23 January 2012
There is very little training for those having a difficult time with the sales aspect of the job however, most of it must be learned on the job through experience. Initially it was a fantastic job with great bosses but through the high turnover rate (including upper level management), the stability is simply not there in the organization.
competitive pay, flexible hours, most locations available by public transit.
no interaction with colleagues, numbers driven, long days, need vehicle in order to be promoted