We're currently looking for a full-time junior member of staff to help out in the Driftworks office We're after someone ideally who's done a bit of Drifting themselves and who is keen, polite, with plenty of common sense, good practical skills, a keen eye for detail and the ability to learn quickly. You'll need to live in or around Birmingham and have your own car to get to work. If you're interested or know someone who would be, please send a brief CV together with a quick couple of paragraphs explaining why you'd be a good choice to join the Driftworks team to email@example.com by the 10th March. cheers, James --------------------------------------------------- update with a bit more info: The job will be a fair mix of stuff mainly comprising of picking and packing the stuff that gets ordered from the shop each day and helping out with answering enquiries by phone and email, but will also include a range of general jobs like making up kits and helping out with moving and arranging stock, making stickers, running errands and generally helping out where we need it. There'll be the occasional jobs in the workshop and helping out at competitions and shows too. This isn't a highly paid role, hence the 'junior' title, but if you were considering getting a crappy job in a shop or a boring office job, this would be a much more intertesting alternative. There would also be extra perks on top for a drifter/car enthusiast in terms of buying parts, workshop facilities and other support. Also of note is that traffic is crappy around here and we're not that far from the busy city centre, so if you're outside of the Birmingham area, it would be a real pain of a commute.