The Black Friday campaign is just around the corner and with it the starting signal for all Christmas shopping, a period in which technology becomes one of the star products. For this reason, Mediamarkt is looking to redouble its workforce in Spain for its stores for the Christmas campaign.
The company of German origin already has more than 80 stores in Spain, and currently has 6,500 people on its staff. Now, you have up to 203 vacancies available in your selection processes.
Specifically, it is looking for personnel for positions such as department manager, salesperson, technician and warehouse waiter in its stores, distributed throughout practically all the provinces of Spain.
Offerings vary with some part-time and some full-time. In the area of vendors, they are sought from vendors for the new media section (telephony and video games), brown range (television), through video games, household appliances, to computers.
Conditions and salary at Mediamarkt: from 1,100 euros per month
Although the current offers do not show the salary, the department store agreement marks salaries of between 1,100 and 1,200 euros per month , something to which some bonuses could be added. On websites like Indeed, several workers give an average of 1,041 euros per month for a MediaMarkt salesperson position.
In addition, the company offers some facilities such as online training, gym discount plans, nursery aid, VISA transport and discounts on its products.
Requirements to work at MediaMarkt
MediaMarkt does not require training requirements to work as a salesperson in its stores, but it does require a deep knowledge of the products with which they are going to work since one of the strengths of these salespeople is advising customers.
Among the functions that MediaMarkt offers ask of their candidates are:
-Knowledge technically and functionally the products of your department.
-Manage and carry out the sale, proposing alternatives and additional sale, using the computer systems made available to you
-Closing the sale efficiently in order to meet the Company’s business objectives.
-Collaborate in the changes or reconstructions of your area.
-Realization of the basics: replacement, labeling, ordering, communication and maintenance of the marketing elements of the point of sale.
The requirements, as we said, are more practical than theoretical in the case of sellers. Not so in the technicians, who do require specific training.
-Advanced knowledge about new technologies, specifically in the range of IT, telephony and videogames products, as well as the ability to quickly retrain and train in new products.
-Experience in selling these products and services, always achieving great customer satisfaction.
-Ability to offer a high degree of customer satisfaction in any situation.
How to send the CV to MediaMarkt
MediaMarkt concentrates all its recruitment on its website. Specifically, in this link you can check all their vacancies in available offline stores.
Once there, the offers can be filtered by province, city and by keywords for the position.
With the selected offers, we can register in three ways, either by registering through b4work, where we will have to fill in our CV, or by entering from Linkedin, where it will take our employment data. The last option is to register on the page itself and upload our CV manually. They all have the same validity.
Once this step is completed, we will already be on the MediaMarkt human resources list for the position we have applied for.
Mediamarkt’s work culture
Another interesting aspect may be to know your company culture to pass a possible job interview. The company also makes a flag of its working conditions and objectives, as well as its environment. On its website it is said that its main values are:
- Freedom: It is the ability of each one of us to make decisions, to be able to take controlled risks, to be able to make mistakes and learn from our mistakes. The power is in the people and their ability.
- Responsibility: The degree of freedom determines the degree of “responsibility”, assessing the consequences of our decisions and assuming the consequences of them.
- Trust: We have an open, honest and transparent spirit.
- Respect: We always show respect towards our colleagues, our colleagues, our suppliers and our clients.
- Initiative: If we want everything to remain as it is, we have to be prepared to change everything.
- Communication: Transparency, open doors, accessibility, flat hierarchies ?? it is a basic condition. All of our teams, suppliers and clients must be involved with the MediaMarkt project.