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AU, US, UK expats - Sales & Marketing Specialist - Work Remotely

Posted By: sciolus

Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2021

Remuneration: Best Offer

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Growing Australian based Leadership Development company seeks talented professionals.


Are you looking for greater independence and flexibility?


Do you have 15-20 hours per week to devote to a new venture?


We are expanding rapidly on a global scale and are looking for self motivated individuals who want a career out of the office. You would be able to work independently and be results driven, ready to take full responsibility and control over your career and schedule.


Benefits:
Highly flexible and portable
Work from your laptop & phone
Executive income potential
Full training & ongoing support
Rewarding Personal Development industry


APPLY TODAY: send your cv to [email protected]



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Here's some info on the candidate in question:

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The payroll company, which handles the permit/visa application, has advised me of a VERY LONG processing timeline: likely 3 months to get through the waitlist and a further 1-2 to onboard the employee. So that's around 5 months in total! :shock:

Does the above sound accurate? Many thanks in advance!

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