|Careers in Wholesale|
The high demand for products from the resources sector, primarily iron ore, has significantly boosted the demand for the wholesale of machinery and equipment. The wholesale sector contributed over $6 billion to gross state product in 2011, steadily increasing from under $4 billion in 2005.
The list below contains some of the possible positions that can be held in the Wholesale industry. Following the links will provide more information on the positions, the associated qualifications and job vacancies in WA.
* Please note that this list is a guide and titles and qualifications may vary.
|Job Title||Qualification||Job Vacancies|
|Customer Service Officer||Certificate III in Business to Business Sales||Customer Service Officer|
|Sales Counter Assistant||Certificate III in Business to Business Sales||Sales Counter Assistant|
|Sales Representative||Certificate III in Business to Business Sales||Sales Representative|
|Telephone Salesperson||Certificate III in Business to Business Sales||Telephone Salesperson|
|Wholesaler||Certificate III in Business to Business Sales||Wholesaler|
|Sales Manager||Certificate IV in Retail Management||Sales Manager|
|Team Manager||Certificate IV in Retail Management||Team Manager|
|Customer Service Manager||Diploma of Logistics||Customer Service Manager|
|Merchandise Manager||Diploma in Retail Management||Merchandise Manager|
Statistics indicate that approximately 53% of workers in WA have no qualifications. In comparison to other sectors, this figure is relatively low. 23% have attained qualifications at Certificate level, 7% at Diploma and 12% at tertiary level.
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