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FMI: The trend setters with a real passion for their work

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FMI have been in business for 24 years offering sales, merchandising, contact centre, auditing, mystery shopping and in-store promotion services as part of a wider service offering. They represent - with genuine heart and passion - some of the biggest names domestically and globally, employing over 800 people with offices all over Ireland.

The company believes in creating a fast-paced environment, but one that is riveting and highly enjoyable in equal measure. There are great opportunities here to grow your career, but you’ll have plenty of fun along the way.

 

Who are we?

FMI remain Ireland's leading and fastest growing field management company. We continue to represent some of Ireland’s and the world’s best-known brands e.g. Electric Ireland, Nespresso, Dunnes Stores, Virgin Media, Canon, Nespresso, Supervalu and Cadbury’s.

We are proud of who we are and how we do it (#peoplepower). FMI celebrated 23 years in business this year and have offices nationwide in Belfast, Dublin and Cork.

 

What type of roles do you have available? 

Brand Sales Executives, representing our client Electric Ireland across Northern Ireland.

 

Why should a jobseeker apply for a job with your company? 

At FMI we are the market leaders, we are the trend setters in our field. We back up what we say through our people and ultimately our results.

What we offer:

  • We’ll develop your skills in all areas of our business, your future is our future
  • Career conversations to clearly map out where you want to go and how we’ll get you there
  • An environment you’ll not have experienced before. We move at an electric pace which means fun, challenges and a sense of  purpose
  • Smiles, lots and lots of them!

 

What application advice would you give jobseekers?

Be Self-confident, trust yourself and your abilities. Have the courage to keep pushing no matter what. Be proud of yourself, the way you look, the way you act and ultimately the way you perform.

View current vacancies at FMI

 

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