Are you ready to take your career to new heights? If so, Chancellors Estate Agents have a role for you! We are holding another of our highly successful recruitment evenings for an assortment of roles available at our head office in Bracknell.
The recruitment evening takes place at our office opposite the mainline railway station on Tuesday the 7 February 2017 from 6.30pm when you will have the chance to meet directors, managers and experienced staff.
“We are looking for motivated, sales and administrative individuals to join our expanding teams. We have a range of exciting opportunities available that will allow you to progress your career, whilst obtaining great rewards ”
Amber Vandenberghe, Internal Recruiter at Chancellors.
The following are some of the roles available:
• Client Service Executives
• Client Development Executives
• Business Development Executives
• Property Managers
• Central Administrators
• Lettings Progression Advisors
You do not need any previous experience in the property industry to apply for these roles. If you are ambitious, hardworking, enthusiastic and motivated, now is the time to to start your career with an award-winning organisation that rewards top performance.
What to expect if you are successful:
• Uncapped earnings
• Great promotion prospects
• Fast-paced and fun work environment
• Evolving benefits package
• Exciting bonus trips and incentives
• Highest standards of working practice
• Training to achieve qualifications
Book your place now!
To attend e-mail your CV to email@example.com or call 01344 408104.
To view more information about working for us, visit the careers page on our website.
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