General Beverage Sales Co216 positions
This is done by stocking shelves, building displays, rotating product and be a point of communication between General Beverage and the customer.
If you are looking for a career that is fast paced and have an interest in the alcohol industry, this is the position for you.
As opportunities occur in our sales divisions, we seek to fill them from within the company with the top candidates from the Sales Assistant group.
This position works closely with sales managers and with the purchasing agents at the other GB locations.
The Merchandiser needs to provide excellent in-store customer service and to have brand awareness / product knowledge at all times.
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