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Recruitment Evening: Ever thought about a career in real estate?

By Guy Hoevenaars

Are you passionate about real estate?

Are you driven by growth and success?

Do you have clear goals and often know what your next move will be?

Do you easily adapt to an ever-changing and fast paced environment?

Does the thought of investment potential,  and increasing your property portfolio make you excited?

Do you love talking to people?

Are you organised and persistent?

If you answered yes to most of the above questions, then Ray White Rye want you!

Positions exist for driven, self-motivated individuals looking for a career in real estate.  No experience is required as all of your learning will be on the job.  

Positions Available:

– Personal Assistant – to the Director (Sales and Admin)
– Personal Assistant – Sales
– Real Estate Agent

Potential for growth within the business exists and can branch into other areas within Ray White Rye or Ray White Corporate. 

– Learn on the job
– Potential for growth within Ray White Rye and/or Corporate
– Potential for commission, bonus’ and rewards
– Grow your network in the area
– Be apart of a well established and credited real estate agency on the Mornington Peninsula
– Learn other areas of the business such as reception, administration, advertising, business development, finance and accounts, property management, sales, management and beyond.

Attend our next recruitment evening:

Wednesday 17th June at 5.30pm
Ray White Rye

1 2353 Point Nepean Rd, Rye

If you are interested in any of the positions available, please bring with you:
– Your resume
– Personalised cover letter addressed to Guy Hoevenaars, Director of Ray White Rye
– 2 x Professional References

To register your attendance for the recruitment night or further information about positions available contact:

Bek Stephens
PA to the Director
bek.stephens@raywhite.com
03) 5985 6855


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