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Angling trade jobs of the week

NOT one but two jobs for you this week, folks…

 

A JOB has just come up at Pallatrax, the bait and terminal tackle firm who sponsor our Specimen Cup, and who are set for growth in 2013. It’s growth that the right applicant could be a part of…

The South West-based firm said: ‘Being slightly cryptic there are massive, and extremely positive, changes afoot for Pallatrax which will become apparent over the next few weeks.

‘In the first instance we are rapidly expanding our bait production and moving to larger facilities.

‘With that, and against the odds of the current climate, we are now looking for another member of staff, full time, to work within the new set up.

‘So if you live in the North Devon/Barnstaple area and are looking for a new challenge within a forward thinking and professional fishing tackle and bait company please contact Simon on: 01409 240042 for an application form etc.’

 

 

A NEW Sales and Marketing Manager is required by Atomic Tackle, the carpy end-tackle firm based in Surrey.

They say: ‘Due to a successful 2012 and exciting new times ahead at Atomic Tackle in 2013 we are starting the hunt for a New Sales and Marketing Manager.

‘We are looking for someone who has been involved in the trade with a proven track record. They need to be versatile, flexible and bring vision to a growing brand.

‘All interested parties please forward your CV and a covering letter to the following email address. enquires@atomictackledirect.co.uk’

 

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