Organiser / Team Leader
Party Plan / Direct Selling
Posted: 24th Jun 2017 Closing: 23rd Sep 2017
Selling the most fantastic children's books, organising parties, events, competitions and so on. You need to be creative, to love books and have an enthusiasm to run your own business.
It is easy to sign up and become an Usborne Organiser - just enter your details on the website and pay £38 for your Starter Kit, which contains books and stationary (worth £150), everything you need to start earning money!
Full time, part-time, seasonal or casual work. You have the flexibility of working from home and security of personal mentor support. You will make decisions about where and when to work, what to do and who with.
Give me a call today for a friednly chat or send a form from this website and I will get in touch shortly.
It's £38 for your Starter Kit, which contains books and stationary (worth £150), everything you need to start earning money!
Choose yourself - as many hours as you have and willing to dedicate. You can do as little as 2 hours week but if you are consistent and organised your business will still grow.
You earn from 24% commission but can also earn promotion bonuses and team building bonus. Depending how many hours you are willing to put into it you can have a good part-time income or replace a full-time job. Company incentives available to help you accelerate with your business.
Best suited to:
A passionate book lover, who believes that children benefit from reading. A self-driven, motivated and hard-working individual, who wants to achieve their goals as well as help others.
Family: A husband, 2 children, 3 cats and 1 dog!
How often do you work?
I try to do at least one thing every day. Sometimes it is 15 minutes, sometimes 3-4 hours. I also often have stall at local weekend events.
How does the job fit around your family life?
My children have always been a priority to me. When I started my Usborne business I wanted it to work around my commitments and this suited perfectly! I work during the day (2-3 hours), evenings after bed time and sometimes at weekends. As I am the boss, it is always possible to re-schedule, come up with a short-notice plan and work remotely.
How much time do you commit?
Overall I would think I spend between 8 and 10 hours a week doing various Usborne jobs. I only do what I like and only when I can. Planning ahead helps!
Where do you carry out your work?
Mostly from home, also at schools, local events and home parties.
Do you need a car?
You don't have to have a car but it makes it much easier if you have to carry books, a table and a book stand. Some of my team members had Usborne pay for driving lessons so they can get around more!
Do you get support/training?
Training is provided by the head office, team leaders and mentors. You get what you want - resources are always available for you!
Would you recommend this opportunity to other mums?
Definitely would recommend it. Give it a go, there is very little risk involved, if it really isn't for you then you can always stop and move on. Nobody will judge!
Do you advertise?
I advertise a little, mostly for free.
Are there any downsides to the role?
You do get a bit lonely sometimes, so it's a good thing to sty in touch with your mentor and other team members. Also you can build your own team - choose who you would like to work with and recruit them!