COME BE PART OF OUR TEAM!
FINE DESIGNS IS LOOKING TO HIRE AN EVENT SALES REPRESENTATIVE.
You will love working with us. This job is ideal for anyone looking to make extra money on the weekends. Some events are several hours away, so if you like to travel without the expense, this is the job for you. No experience? We can train you.
Fine Designs has been in business for over 20 years and has been recognized by INC. Magazine as one of the fastest-growing companies in the United States. There are opportunities for advancement in the company as we have over 20 offices in the United States and 5 offices internationally.
Our employees need to be based within a 1 1/2 half hour drive from Sloatsburg, New York.
This position involves going onsite to a sporting event and selling customized apparel. All equipment is provided. Expenses are paid for driving, hotels, if needed, and gas. The pay for this position is commission based backed by a guaranteed minimum amount per day ($160). The majority of sporting events are two days long so that means you could make anywhere from *300-1,000+ on a weekend.*
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
- Job consists of working on weekends (though not every weekend)
- Must be able to lift boxes/equipment up to 65 lbs.
- Must be 18 years of age or older
- Top Sales Representatives will have opportunities to travel to New York and New Jersey as we have events there weekly
- Most events are on Saturday and Sunday, and we will rarely need someone to start an event on Friday.
- This job will not involve working every single weekend but on the weekends that a sales representative is needed, which is usually 1-2 times per month.
- Sales representatives are asked to go to an event to train with a senior sales rep 1-2 events in advance of officially starting.
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $160.00 to $500.00 /day
- High school or equivalent (Required)
- Driver's License (Required)
Hours per week:
This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:
- Dependable -- more reliable than spontaneous
- High stress tolerance -- thrives in a high-pressure environment