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Want a job working for a top music company?

Monday, October 20th, 2014

Korg piano and keyboards are looking for people to join them. Here is more information about the situations vacant from their website; UK distribute legendary musical products that are played by immensely successful artists and other enthusiasts of all levels- from beginners to superstars.

With unique products from Korg and legendary Vox products as well as brands such as Samson Audio, Hartke and Dean Markley, we aim to be a key foundation of the success of our business partners across the UK and ROI. We are now seeking professional salespeople to join our dynamic sales team to continue our business development. Alongside our existing portfolio, we are gearing ourselves up for expansion in 2015 with exciting developments in the areas of Hi-Tech and Guitar products.

The ideal candidates will have a good knowledge of our products alongside a proven track record of selling musical instruments in the MI market. A sales professional with five years territory experience you are confident negotiating at a senior level and working to and achieving sales targets.

This is a challenging and stimulating role and requires someone with a flexible and professional attitude. We offer all the usual benefits of working for a high profile international distributor, including a competitive salary package and company car. If you feel the above excites you, please apply in writing with a covering letter demonstrating your suitability and detailing your current salary to Emma Hewitson, KORG UK, 1 Harrison Close, Knowlhill, MK5 8PA.

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One Response to Want a job working for a top music company?

  1. Emi says:

    Another free market fraud.The ustnerviiies that hand out the A’s? The ustnerviiies that get enormous funding from state and federal governments? The ustnerviiies that aren’t interested in providing an education, but on keeping the government gravy train going? A fraud I agree. But as you previously defined free market as government intrusion, I guess the university system, in your mind anyway, qualifies as a free market.

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