Restaurant Host Experience Wanted for Fun New Office

Restaurant Host Experience Wanted for Fun New Office
Buckeye Promotions Group, Inc has an exciting new opportunity on our Client Acquisition and Retention Team. Here at BPG, we believe that the success of our future depends on finding the right candidate, training from the ground up, and promoting from within. We provide our top performers with unlimited income and growth potential. Several of our team members got their start in the restaurant industry, so those with that background are highly encouraged to apply.
This isn't your typical sales or marketing position. We're looking for the team player who is great at building customer relationships, goal oriented, loves to juggle multiple projects all with a smile on their face! BPG prides itself on flexibility and innovation; and its willingness to go the extra mile to deliver outstanding customer service.
Job Details
This is an Entry Level position.
This is a Full Time position. (Internships are paid and have limited availability. College credit is available; in addition to compensation.)

Our ideal candidate:
Willing to work hard to accomplish your own goals and those of our team.
Able to work in a team environment, both as a team member and as a leader.
A great student with an open mind and sense of humor.
Someone who doesn't whine or make excuses.
Outgoing, fun, and ambitious with a professional image.
A four year degree is preferred, but not 100% required for the right candidate.

Why work for Us?
We are a fun place to work, where individuality is encouraged and hard work is rewarded.
We are a company that is growing exponentially in a time of economic hardship.
We provide comprehensive hands-on training for sales, marketing, and customer service. Advanced training includes Franklin Covey planning systems, financial management, and leadership development.
Pay is based on individual performance; and we only promote from within.
We provide fast track career growth, and company travel opportunities.

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