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Public Relations/Marketing Management--Entry Level

Apply and interview now for ENTRY LEVEL customer service and public relations positions. Successful candidates can grow to management.
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Northshore Marketing Group is currently hiring entry level individuals with a restaurant, retail or hospitality background for the Customer Service and Public Relations position. We have found that candidates working in the retail, restaurant, hospitality and any type of customer service position are very easy to train into our industry. We specialize in areas of customer renewal, customer retention and customer acquisition and this all requires being great at working with people.
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Northshore Marketing Group is the leader in the marketing industry and in tailoring customer service & sales to their needs. Our clients are Fortune 500 companies that want us to deliver a more face to face customer service experience by really taking care of their existing customer base and providing a more personal care with their new customers.
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Due to expansion, Northshore Marketing Group is willing to train highly motivated people for management, customer service, but you must be willing to work hard in an entry level customer service, and marketing position. All openings are ideal for recent graduates, or professionals with customer service & sales experience looking for a career change because this is an entry level position in a brand new industry.

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IMMEDIATE OPENINGS AVAILABLE!! WE WILL TRAIN!!
Northshore Marketing Group does not engage in door to door, business to business, or telemarketing. We are NOT a 100% commission company
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