MARKET DAY IS LOOKING FOR HELP

| January 22, 2013

 

We have immediate openings in your area for Account Representatives and Field Service Representatives. We are looking for dynamic professionals who have the ability to build lasting business relationships and are driven by a strong sense of community spirit.

As an Account Representative, you will assist with increasing our sales and help schools raise some much needed funds! You will be responsible for coordinating the school’s sales events as well as handling the bookkeeping for your accounts and acting as a liaison for local school organizations. You must be enthusiastic, well-organized and flexible to work afternoons, evenings and some Saturdays. Previous sales and / or service-oriented or volunteer experience a plus.

As a Field Service Representative you will be responsible for coordinating the school’s sales events as well as handling the bookkeeping for your accounts and acting as a liaison for local school organizations. You must be enthusiastic, well-organized and flexible to work afternoons, evenings and some Saturdays. Previous sales and / or service-oriented or volunteer experience a plus.

Experience shows us that our best associates are customers and/or volunteers who are familiar with the Market Day program in their community. You are the ones who truly know what it means to be a part of Market Day and to participate in a program that benefits our children and school organizations.

If this sounds like something you would like to know more about or if you know someone who is looking for a flexible position, please follow this link to review the job description and complete our employment questionnaire.   https://www.marketday.com/about/careers_joblisting.aspx?st=3&sk=926101

Thank you for your time,

Market Day Sales

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Barbara is the publisher of People and Places Newspaper which she started in August of 2011. A lifelong resident of Schiller Park, she always felt it important that residents needed to be kept informed about their communities. Since newspaper coverage for Schiller Park stopped about twenty years ago, she made it a goal to bring a newspaper back to the area. She tries to include all of Leyden Township in her reporting and wants to keep true with the mission of the paper to "inform, educate and entertain."

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