Premier Post - 3 VACANCIES: Beyond Hope..prAna, Metolius, Evolv
| by - BeyondHope on - 11 Aug 2008
Due to a continued growth and re-organisation of current roles, Beyond Hope Ltd are recruiting the following 3 roles:-
1) Sales Rep - Full time - to cover whole of UK (or Southern based Rep to combine with Staff Trainer role see below)
2) Customer Service & Sales Support - Full time - mostly office based.
3) Retail Staff Trainer - could be part time and/or seasonal
Beyond Hope Ltd are the UK distributors for prAna, Metolius, Evolv and Scapegoat. They are based on the north west edge of the Peak District on the edge of Manchester. More info and contact details can be found at http://www.beyondhope.co.uk.
Applications should be posted for the attention of the Managing Director together with hand written covering letter (address below also). Please state which role(s) you are interested in together with salary information.
Interviews will take place from mid September onwards.
Visit http://www.beyondhope.co.uk for full details of prAna, Scapegoat, Metolius and Evolv in the UK, including full stockist details.
Beyond Hope Ltd
E208, Warmco Industry Park (East Gate)
Manchester Road, Mossley,
Greater Manchester, OL5 9AY
Phone 01457 838 242
Fax 01457 838 661
| by - Jon Dittman on - 11 Aug 2008
|In reply to BeyondHope: What is the pay being offered? I note that climbing jobs adverts seem to consitently miss any information about pay, which is presumibly any would be applicants (i.e. me) first question.|
| by - BeyondHope on - 14 Aug 2008
|In reply to Jon Dittman: The salary depends on experience and is negotiable. Any queries relating to the positions can be directed to StuartBeyondHope@aol.com|
Rick Legge, Beyond Hope Ltd.
| by - Trangia on - 18 Aug 2008
|In reply to Jon Dittman: |
I see you query has been neatly side stepped!!
This old "depends on experience" chestnut is a cop out. I don't understand why firms don't state the terms (including pay) and then go for the best person to fit the job description. For goodness sake they must know what the job is worth, and how much they will pay.
When I used to be in the job market I never bothered to respond to adverts which couldn't be up front about something so fundamental
| by - CragX on - 19 Aug 2008
|> (In reply to Jon Dittman)|
> I see you query has been neatly side stepped!!
For goodness sake guys, this is a job in the outdoor industry. If salary is of such prime importance you won't be interested.
> This old "depends on experience" chestnut is a cop out. I don't understand why firms don't state the terms (including pay) and then go for the best person to fit the job description.
Because it is a sales job. A candidate will be worth the value they bring to the job.
| by - Ben C on - 20 Aug 2008
|In reply to CragX: Yes but we all need a ball park figure to work on. eg. £50-100k|
| by - CragX Shop on - 20 Aug 2008
|In reply to Ben C: Hi Ben, good to see you're still on the ball. I reckon you stuck in an extra zero by mistake though ;-)|
| by - Ben C on - 21 Aug 2008
|In reply to CragX Shop: Think I missed one out actually!!! If the Foundry ever wanted my services again !!!!)Hope all is well|
| by - ceri on - 29 Aug 2008
|In reply to Jon Dittman: Pay will be poor, beacuse everyone wants to work in the outdoors industry and get shiny gear (not that I'm cynical...)|
| by - adamskib on - 01 Sep 2008
|In reply to ceri: |
Ohhh I would love the salesy job... I too have a sinking feeling about the money part though ... I really wish i wasn't SO materialistic!
| by - Jon Dittman on - 03 Sep 2008
|In reply to adamskib: There is a vast difference between being materialistic and subsisting. I too would love to work in the outdoor industry but do not feel (although I don't know cause they won't publish pay details) that the pay would be sufficient for me to subsist especially as I have just bought a [modest] house.|
| by - bentley's biceps on - 07 Sep 2008
|In reply to BeyondHope: |
I'm not sure I'd work for a company that couldn't spell the names of its sponsored climbers correctly. lol