I have both positions available in my area and was wondering if anyone knew the difference between being a "full-time sales support representative" and a "retail sales consultant." Are both sales positions? Are both base+commission?
It's difficult to get a job these days, and I have a job at the moment but it's only occassional work, and I'm looking for full time. But to get that job I lied about working at a relevant place, which worked. So far I've got on my cv; care assistant, stockroom assistant, vounteer sales assistant, waitress, cosmetics consultant and charity fundraiser . Only stockroom assistant and cosmetics consultant is a lie, everything else is real. I'm ideally looking for a job in retail sales, but I'll settle for anything. What jobs are there that I can tell a little white lie about to get a job in anything? Don't say they'll find out about the lies because they don't ALWAYS.
I recently applied at AT&T online for a retail sales consultant position. My application status is now at "not qualified for testing." I was wondering if anyone may know what this means. Thanks!
Is it to do with marketing for a specific company? Is it commission based, involving attracting customers and getting based on the number of people you convince to sign up? I ask this because I company is interested in giving me a job as a sales consultant and I don't want a commission based job like I had a while ago, I didn't enjoy it.
I applied online Monday, attended a 'hiring event' and was offered a job as a sales consultant for ATT/Cingular. It pays $12/hour plus commission.
I'm 18 and starting college, and it seems a bit too good to be true. I want to major in business and feel I could be an excellent sales person, but I read that you must meet a certain sales quota. Is this easy to do or could I easily be fired?
I also received a call from Verizon today, wanting to set up an interview.
Does anyone work at either of these stores?
I'm just concerned because it seems like I was hired too fast and the interview was held at an ATT hiring event in a conference room at a nice hotel. There were quite a few people and I'm just wondering why they are hiring so many people.
Could someone please tell me what the catch is to this?
I am looking to become a direct sales consultant to earn some extra money. I am looking for one that doesn't have a large start up cost and will have good income potential. I have never done direct sales and am just looking for some ideas and suggestions.
I will apply to Burberry next month to be a sales consultant or just to work on the floors in general. I would like the know what the interview questions are like. Also, what clothing or style should I dress in. Should I keep it black & simple with heels? Lastly, is there anything else at all I need to know? I've worked in retail for a maybe a year & a half so I have experience. Will I need a resume?
I have an interview w/ AT&T tomorrow for a RSC position and I am really nervous. Does anybody have any idea about what type of question they'll ask? Also I can't think of a time when I went above and beyond for a customer and a time when I couldn't help a customer so could someone please help me answer these questions also. It would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
I have interview with att columbia mo. for retail sales consultant in the store. I wanta know does this job pay ok ? would it be worth relocating for ? How many sales do you have to get to make over base hourly pay ?
I'm really interested in selling, but I can't work on saturdays and friday evenings. Do you know any sales job that offers such flexibility in the USA? Thank you!
Need a nice list of possible jobs in business, tho planning to start my own but still need to work before starting my own.
I'm going to start a 4 year university in June, and i'm thinking i'll major in business. I was just wondering what jobs are available for someone with a bachelors in business.
I just quit my job to move to another area. The owner of the small business that I worked for asked me to continue to help her with some consulting. She loved all of my ideas and we collaborated really well. Plus, I've had 3+ years of experience doing just plain old retail. I'm ready, willing, and able to get on the "salary" side of the retail business. And I really think this opportunity would help me achieve an ultimate goal of being my own boss. So, how much should I charge her to be a "consultant" for her business and not just for her customers' sales?
I am searching for a proven and certified "Career Coach" in DC METRO area to help me in the search process. If you have experience working with a professional career coach or other job placement agency please let me know!
I am also interested in working for a non-profit organizations such as American Red Cross in Falls Church, Va or The Nature Conservancy, Arlington, VA. If you have tips on best strategy to get an interview with these type of organizations, please advise.
I have a BA degree from James Madison University and 2 years of retail sales and operations experience (office supervisor). I am not interested in the retail industry per se.
I just had an interview and I'm wondering what the job will be like.
Hi, I'm thinking of selling Lia Sophia Jewelry, but my problem is that I don't have any family members or friends to sell to. Okay a few might, but not all the time and I don't think I can generate sales from them.
So can I still be successful I know and understand how to create a Marketing and Advertising Plan? I also know that networking is very important.
Also I'm worried about rather I'll be able to successful with such a bad economy?
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I am a new college student still trying to figure out what i want to do. Psychology really interests me, is there a job i can get without having to get a masters or phd?
In London. On their websites its normally jobs posted out of London so whats the correct way to go about this? should i go in and post my cv like with retail?
I'm trying to look for a job that really interests me, and I love Urban Decay! I know I need a resume in hand when I apply there, so I need to know how to write one! I have never had to do a resume for anything, and I think it's about time I learned!
So one, I need to know how to write a resume in general. Two, what should I put in the resume?