Retail Sales Assistant
Working Hours: 20-40 Hour Available
Salary: Meets National Minimum Wage
Closing date: 05/05/2017
Eurochange is one of the leading foreign currency exchange specialist on the High Street with a large network of bureaux de change located throughout the UK offering currency exchange, travellers’ cheques, cash passports and other products.
We pride ourselves on being the Foreign Exchange Experts. That means we provide our customers with expert advice and excellent customer service.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Retail Assistant to work 20-40 hours a week to meet the needs of the business.
This will include weekend and late night working (where applicable according to location).
Your duties as a Retail Assistant will include the following:
• Assisting in the development of business opportunities through marketing activity
• Assisting the Sale Advisors with the processing of transactions
• Counting stock
• Processing paperwork
• Assisting the branch to provide a high level of customer service
This is a temporary position therefore you must be available between May to September 2016 with no booked holidays in this period.
If you have a passion for customer service, enjoy a retail sales environment and are interested in working within the financial, retail or travel sector, this role will provide you with the ideal opportunity.
The ideal candidate should have no holidays booked between May and the end of September due to our peak trading period and have a minimum of 5 GCSE's (or equivalent), of which one is Maths at Grade C GCSE (or equivalent) or above.
If you can be flexible with your hours, are customer focussed and driven to succeed, then we would like to hear from you.
No experience necessary as we offer up to two weeks training for the right candidate.
If you feel that you have the right aptitude and skills required for this role, please apply by visiting www.eurochange.co.uk. Alternatively send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com quoting reference “Retail Assistant (W) Norwich”.