Join our Engagement Team!
Across the UK, we have 55 Employee Engagement Executives providing people with great employee benefits and insurance…
Right now some will be tucked up in bed after a productive shift, others will be working hard to get our products in front of the people that need them, and the rest… they’re probably enjoying some well-earned down time or being whisked away on one of our amazing incentives.
Appointments are pre-arranged for our Employee Engagement Executives, so there’s no cold calling!
Personal Group have clients across a wide range of industries, so our Employee Engagement Executives could be working in a bus depot one week and in a care home the next. Our clients are based all the way from Aberdeen to Southampton, so you’ll need to enjoy travelling.
We’ll provide you with a company car and fuel card, and cover your accommodation costs.
Previous sales experience is not required as full training will be provided.
The learning curve will be steep at times but your Senior Regional Managers (Wayne and Stacey) and Team Managers (Dominic, Louise, James, Rob and Daniella) will be there to provide constant support and development. The Team Managers all started out as Employee Engagement Executives, so they really know their stuff!
When the pressure is on, your team mates will be there with you every step of the way. Sometimes a WhatsApp picture of your colleague in a hairnet and wellies holding a giant plastic fish is all it takes to brighten your day!
As an Employee Engagement Executive, we can offer you:
- £20k basic/£35k-£55k OTE + uncapped commission
- All expenses paid including hotel stays, company car, fuel card, iPhone 7 and iPad Pro
- Amazing incentives including international trips, weekends away, nights out and cash prizes
- Existing accounts so no cold calling
- A dedicated administration team to support you
- Continual training and development throughout your career with us
Hear what our employees say...
Day in the life of an EEE
“I’m currently working around the corner from my house; this isn’t something I do every week so the novelty of waking up in my own bed has yet to wear off. I woke up at 8.30am, took my time getting ready and then headed into work.
I’m currently working in a bus depot that doesn’t get too busy before 1pm. I presented to 13 people in total: 2 between 10am-1pm and 12 from 1pm onwards. The first part of my day was admittedly quite boring, however, as soon as 1pm hit my day flew by. I enrolled 12 out of 13 employees. My job doesn’t feel too much like a job. I do very varied hours, and basically just get paid to talk to people.
I finished at 6pm and headed straight to my gym. I showered at the gym and then went to my massage appointment, which was an hour long in a local salon. Following from that, I went to my friend’s house for dinner and a catch up. It’s important to fit in seeing your friends when you’re working from home, as normally you can only see them at the weekends due to working away.”