Wesley Berry Flowers announces 50 new job openings

Published On: Feb 28 2013 04:22:27 PM EST


Wesley Berry Flowers, operator of FlowerDeliveryExpress.com, has announced 50 new job openings for customer service representatives at their Commerce Township location.

The online flower delivery company says its website is a multi-million dollar online floral delivery operation.

Wesley Berry, the company's owner, the 50 CSR positions are entry level and the starting wage is generally $9 per hour with a 40-hour work week.

After 30 days, the company says employees can request part-time status and work less hours.

New CSR's will spend most of their time assisting clients over the phone, updating internet orders and processing orders.

"Many of our CSR's have moved into management, marketing and public relation," said Berry. "This is a great way to join an exciting fast growing business."

Wesley Berry Flowers says it was recognized by Inc. Magazine as the 138th fastest growing retail company in America.

In addition to the website, Berry also owns Wesley Berry Flowers, a Detroit-based brick and mortar florist that was established in 1946. The company says it still operates under the same family ownership and family values that have guided the business for generations.

Potential candidates are asked to apply in person between 9 am and 5pm Monday through Friday at:

Wesley Berry Flowers
2985 Haggerty Hwy
Commerce Township, Michigan 48390

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