We’re looking for a new Anomaly appointment maker! If you are looking for an opportunity to fast track into a career in sales then Anomaly represents an ideal opportunity to join the market leader in the multi-media field servicing the education sector based at the heart of Manchester in Exchange Quay.

We have advertised for this vacancy but due to rapid growth, we are now looking for talented individuals to join our team. As one of the leading digital service providers for schools in the UK, we require young people to join our new dynamic telesales team; experience in sales is NOT a pre-requisite as extensive hands-on training will be provided.

Our unique products provide teachers with the tools they need to improve pupil engagement across the whole curriculum by building and broadcasting their own TV channel around their school and even globally. It will be your responsibility to reach out to schools across the UK to tell them about our fantastic products and to book appointments with one of our representatives.

You will be surrounded by similar like-minded individuals with the ambition to increase their earning potential by booking a high volume of good quality appointments and meeting targets. The ideal candidate must be able to work well as part of a team whilst being disciplined enough to work under their own steam.
Essential Qualities:

Friendly and flexible attitude

Confident telephone manner

Good written and verbal communication

Willing to learn new skills

Well organised and able to manage own time efficiently

Basic IT skills

Anomaly aims to provide the first step on the career ladder for young people after they leave education and beyond.

Hours of work: 8.00 – 4.30 (time accrued for extended holidays out of term time)

Commencement salary: £13,000 basic + commission with the scope to increase following completion of our 3 month probation period.

Our established telesales based in our Preston office earn between £23,000 and £34,000 per annum including commission. To apply please send your CV and a covering letter outlining your suitability for this role to
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Start 2016 by embracing Anomaly equipment. It’s often difficult dealing with the January blues, but thanks to Anomaly you can start 2016 in style by getting to know us a little bit better. In this blog post, read all about the story of Anomaly and find out why we’re the market leader in custom digital signage and so much more. The Anomaly story We’re proud of what we do and we love to tell our story. Being at the heart of Manchester, just outside of MediaCityUK, Anomaly UK was set up in 2012 by two graduates and lifelong friends, Rachel Peers and Danielle Austin. Our aim is to provide a product that encourages pupils to participate more at school whether in the classroom, playground or anywhere in between using proven digital methods. After struggling to find any meaningful employment, Rachel and Danielle decided to launch a business that made use of the skills they had developed over the many years in education. Anomaly was set up and quickly started to expand by recruiting young and talented individuals to drive new ideas forward. But what about our service? With young people at the core of our business values, it’s easy to see why we’re leading the way in the digital market using previous experience from both school leavers and graduates to provide a stellar service to all of our happy schools. But what can you expect from Anomaly? With us you can expect to have your voice heard. We understand the limitations of following guidelines set by the local authority, that’s why with our Anomaly equipment you can tackle the curriculum from a totally different angle. Combining digital products with custom relevant templates you can project your values across your school. Whether you use our free standing indoor and outdoor screens or any of our other services, you can be assured that your message will not only be relevant, but personalised too. If you would like to incorporate any Anomaly technology into your school, or find out more about our vast range of services in the education sector please do not hesitate to call us on 0844 579 0880 or alternatively you can email us on the usual address Twitter | Facebook

Teaching Primary school pupils about religion and helping them to develop a deep understanding can be quite a challenge. To tackle this, St Winefride’s Catholic Primary School in Bradford have made use of green screen technology to interview their parish Priest, Fr. Paul and created short film which can be broadcast to the whole school using their Anomaly Screen in the playground. Saint Winefride’s on Vimeo. Using green screen to tackle topics which most pupils find hard to engage with can help to improve their knowledge and understanding, but most importantly increase their retention of information. By broadcasting this video on their Anomaly Screen, they are also able to reiterate the school’s religious beliefs and values to the whole school community, including parents and visitors. Non-faith schools could use this idea as part of the new OFSTED requirement for all primary schools to teach children about fundamental British Values. One strand of this new initiative covers understanding other faiths and cultures which make up Great Britain. To see more videos created by St. Winefride’s Catholic Primary School, head over to their website or Vimeo.