Ryder & Dutton Heywood

22 Market Place Heywood OL10 4NL

01706 369361

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Rachel Brettell MNAEA

Manager

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Catherine Salisbury FNAEA

Senior Negotiator

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Heywood Vacancies

Trainee Estate Agent

Salary:£15,000 plus commissions

We are seeking an ambitious outgoing person who will probably have been educated to degree level or similar to develop or progress a career in Estate Agency.

The post would be full time based at our office in Heywood, although we do ask our trainees/negotiators to work at different branches from time to time. The work would be mainly office based with some potential for outside work so a driving licence is preferred but not essential at this stage. The hours of work would be 9am-5.30pm Mon-Fri and alternate Sat 10am-2pm.

This is a sales position so experience in a sales orientated environment would be an advantage but previous estate agency experience is not essential. The ability to provide great customer service is essential and successful candidates will be confident and outgoing and able to converse easily over the telephone and in person with members of the general public. The firm operates a 'promote from within' philosophy and there are opportunities for career development for the right person.

If you are interested in this post please submit by e-mail a current C.V together with a covering letter saying why the post would be of interest and why you might be suitable for it to Deborah Cliff dcliff@ryder-dutton.co.uk

If your application passes the first assessment stage you will then be asked to submit a 2 minute video of yourself explaining who you are, your background, why you would like the job and why you think you are suitable for it.

Local area

Heywood is a town within the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale. It lies on the south bank of the River Roch and is 7 miles north of Manchester. Historically a part of Lancashire, Heywood developed into a mill town during a period of extraordinary growth in the cotton trade in the mid 19th Century. Many mills have now been demolished to make way for housing.

Heywood is close to Junction 19 of the M62 which makes commuting easy. The town’s major landmark is the 1860’s built 57m tall Parish Church which dominates the town centre and skyline.

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