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Sales Consultant - Luxury Goods
|competitive salary + exc bens|
|Retail Sales Associates|
|09-11-2017 02:12 PM|
|GR - Covent Garden|
|0207 629 6001|
*Mayfair - vacancies also in Covent Garden and White City
*Competitive salary + excellent benefits
The East India Company is a quintessentially British fine foods brand with exotic and global appeal and is one of the most recognisable brand names in the world.
As a key member of the friendly Mayfair based Sales team, this is a sought-after Retail sales role requiring an individual who is passionate about giving outstanding customer service whilst being focussed on achieving sales targets, handling stock control and ensuring that merchandise is attractively presented at all times.
* We also have vacancies in the Covent Garden and Westfield, White City stores! *
To be successful in this Sales Consultant position, you will have:
*Previous customer service / retail sales experience
*Exemplary customer service talents
*Helpful, approachable, welcoming personality
*High standard of personal presentation and grooming
If this Sales Consultant - Luxury Goods opportunity appeals and you would like to apply, please email your CV, in Word format, (not PDF), as soon as possible quoting "Sales Consultant - The East India Company".
Thank you for applying to this advertisement; we appreciate your interest in this Sales Consultant opportunity. All applications are important to us, but due to the high volume of response we receive from our advertisements, we only contact successful applicants. We wish you all the best in your search for a new position.