Food / Hospitality Industry - Entry Level Marketing

Food / Hospitality Industry - Entry Level Marketing
NYSL handles in-store, retail marketing programs for our top clients in the food and hospitality Industries. We just kicked off a brand new division with a new national client! Given the recent expansion of programs into surrounding cities, we are looking to fill 8 full-time entry-level positions for Brand Representative in the area.
Our Brand Representatives execute retail marketing programs in major retail facilities throughout the area. This includes (but is not limited to):
- setting up event kiosks
- handling supplies, inventory, and samples
- product demonstrations
- customer service
- basic sales and promotions
- maintaining relationships with our retail partners.
Full training, classroom style and hands-on, will be provided for all new employees. The ideal applicant will have some prior experience working with the public. Retail, sales/marketing, or customer service experience is preferred, but not required. Must be outgoing and be able to communicate and present yourself professionally.
The interview process will begin immediately. The first step of the process for selected candidates will be a basic informational phone screening. All applicants will be reviewed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Priority will be given to those with immediate availability!!!
This is an opportunity for an entry level person to gain firsthand experience marketing a product line in a professional environment. Once training is complete, our Brand Reps take full responsibility for ensuring success of our retail events assigned to them. This is an opportunity for new professionals to learn to think on their feet, problem solve, and gain leadership experience.
Growth potential is based on performance and merit, not seniority!!

Each applicant must:

- be at least 18 years of age

- demonstrate a positive, friendly attitude

- possess a professional demeanor

- demonstrate a willingness and ability to learn



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