Estate agent apprentice wanted

PUBLISHED: 14:00 31 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:39 25 May 2010

A NAILSEA estate agent is on the search for its first ever apprentice.

A NAILSEA estate agent is on the search for its first ever apprentice.

After seeing a growth in the business, Hunter Leahy, based in High Street, approached Weston College's Business Enterprise Centre to help in the apprentice search.

Hunter Leahy director Mark Hunter said: "This is an exciting opportunity for one lucky individual to start their career in the estate agency industry.

"If you are a team player, self-motivated and a good communicator then this apprenticeship could be just what you are looking for."

Business enterprise centre employer liaison officer, Anita Al-Zamily, wants to encourage people from the area to apply for the position.

She said: "You will be working with fully-qualified industry experts who will support you in your career goals and provide you with invaluable hands-on experience in the workplace."

To apply for the full-time position visit

For more details call Anita on 01934 411594 or email

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