Boost your career with the ICD Business School and Sarawak: 13 Work-study opportunities to become a Supermarket Sector Manager!

Sarawak, a specialist in sales outsourcing and sales promotion, in partnership with ICD Business School, is offering 13 work-study opportunities to become a Superstore Area Manager. Discover practical training, attractive benefits and detailed prerequisites offering a level 7 "Marketing and Customer Relations Manager" qualification.

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Presentation of the course and the 13 job opportunities

Sarawak, a major player in the field of sales outsourcing, is collaborating with ICD Business School to offer 13 work-study positions for GMS Sector Managers. This opportunity enables students to join the 4th year of the "Marketing and Customer Relationship Manager" program. Students will become real salespeople, representing major groups in hypermarkets, supermarkets and convenience stores. At the heart of this mission, they'll be developing market share, driving sales and feeding back crucial information to optimize customer offers.

Advantages of a Sarawak work-study program

Work-study students will benefit from a number of advantages to facilitate their integration and maximize their learning:

  • Flexible course schedule: One day of distance learning per week, supplemented by 3 to 4 weeks of intensive courses in Paris.
  • Costs covered: For students from outside the Paris region, travel and accommodation costs are covered by the company.
  • Professional vehicle: A vehicle is provided to facilitate business travel, with the possibility of negotiating this offer for students based in Paris.
  • Personalized support: Each student is supervised by an experienced sales manager, offering ongoing support and in-depth knowledge transfer.

Requirements to join Sarawak

To apply for these positions, students must meet certain criteria:

  • Age: Under 26.
  • Experience: Previous sales experience.
  • Driver's license: A valid driver's license for at least 2 years.
  • Training: Length of training varies: 16 months for those with a BAC+3 and 12 months for those with a BAC+4. For those with a BAC+3, it is also possible to join the course with 180 ECTS credits. 

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Email : mlaburthe@groupe-igs.fr
Phone : +33 07 44 09 31 35

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