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Vacancy for Property Negotiator / Estate Agent

Appearing in this week's local papers:


David Clark & Company are an established independent
estate agency in Ely, Cambridgeshire and are now
looking to recruit a sales negotiator/ estate agent to
assist in driving the business forward in 2010.
Ideally you will have some experience in a property
related industry covering sales and assessing property
for sale and consideration will be given to individuals
looking to take the ‘next step’ in their career. You will be
computer literate and with very good communication
skills as we have a reputation to maintain as Ely's
'friendly and approachable' estate agent.

Remuneration will be by basic salary and commission.
This is a full-time position and involves working
Saturdays etc.

If you would like to discuss this opportunity call David
Clark on 01353 665020 or e-mail your CV to


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