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55 New Jobs between Lites Group and NK Communications

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55 New Jobs between Lites Group and NK Communications


Tuesday, August 25, 2015 




55 New Jobs between Lites Group and NK Communications

Up to 55 new jobs are to be created nationwide by two sales and marketing companies helping drive Energia’s push into the electricity and gas market. The new jobs will be created between Lites Group and NK Communications over the coming months.

Lites Group will hire 30 sales professionals for positions based in:

  • Carlow
  • Kilkenny
  • Wickow 
  • Wexford

NK Communications also plans to hire 25 more people for their sales team. The new hires will be working on the companies’ sales campaigns for Energia.

Joint Managing Director at Lites Group, Aidan O’Brien said, "We look forward to hearing from all interested sales professionals in the south-east region. Our new campaign with Energia is attracting lot of interest and we expect the business to grow quickly. The 30 new hires will enjoy attractive pay and conditions, coupled with professional sales training and career advancement."

For more information on Lites Group including contact details click here

Managing Director at NK Communications, Noel King added, "We are very excited about taking on such a significant number of new hires. These positions should be attractive to those experienced in both field and commercial sales and I am encouraging candidates of all experience levels to apply - those new to field sales and those with significant experience."

For details on how to become a member of the NK Communications team click here

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Source: businessworld.ie 

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