Earn Extra Income By Becoming A Sales Rep For The Lifeboat Lotto

You can earn great commission by being a sales rep for the Independent Lifeboat Lotto. Full or part time, hours to suit you. Why not give it a go, full training and uniforms provided.

With high levels of unemployment on the Isle of Wight and many of the vacancies available being only part time, what better way to bump up your income than to become a sales agent for the Lifeboat Lotto.

Smiling lady:The Independent Lifeboat Lotto raises money for the lifeboat stations in Ryde, Freshwater and Sandown and Shanklin. It works by Islanders signing up to monthly payments of less than £10, which go into the pot to benefit the great work the independent lifeboats do each year. Those taking part can win up to £5,000!

Earn extra money, full or part time
So how about it? You could be a sales agent for the Lotto, earning extra income on commission only and helping out a fantastic cause at the same time.

You’ll be given full training and even be provided with a uniform, so you don’t have to worry about what to wear.

Hours to suit
If you’d rather work on your own, that’s fine, otherwise you can work with others in a team. Hours can be to suit you too, full-time, part-time, whatever works best.

We’re told that you can earn excellent commission and experience is useful but not essential.

Contact Davina Clarke at Engage People Ltd on 0161 797 9070 (Monday to Thursday – 9am to 3pm) or email CV to [email protected]

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Monday, 2nd July, 2012 12:22pm


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