News: One Day per Week Job

Posted on 2nd February 2016

Steve Willis Training are looking for someone, maybe retired, to do a delivery job one day per week.

We are looking for someone to distribute leaflets to trade counters (e.g. City Electrical Factors, Plumbase etc) one day per week.  They need to be a car driver and will use one of our cars, it would suit someone retired or semi-retired & out-going who enjoys meeting people.

Enquiries to Lizzie Dodson, Operations Manager at Steve Willis Training,

email  Lizzie@stevewillis.com,       phone number  Burgess Hill: 01444 870860

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