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NHS workers can get paid £120 a day to shop online

Written by: Emma Lunn
A platform providing online voucher codes exclusively to NHS and healthcare workers is looking to recruit a team of ‘discount code executives’ to test the codes and offers on the site.

NHS staff members and health service professionals hired by NHS Discount Offers will be tasked with checking the codes and offers found on the site to ensure they are up-to-date and offer the discount claimed on the listing. They will be expected to keep a log of any faulty or expired codes, and give an honest review of the offers onsite.

New recruits to the team will be paid up to £120 a day for deal hunting as well as up to £1,000 spending allowance. Successful candidates will also be allowed to keep any products purchased whilst in the role.

NHS Discount Offers is launching the role as a market research tool to ensure that it can continue providing a quality service.

The closing date for applications is 17 May 2021 and those wishing to apply will need to work for the NHS or work adjacent to the NHS and will be required to be in possession of an NHS email address.

Simon Jones, spokesperson for NHS Discount Offers, said: “Here at NHS Discount Offers, we are committed to helping those who can only be described as the backbone of this country to save money.

“Our platform can sometimes take some time to maintain and troubleshoot, so we thought what better way to keep the site running as efficiently as possible than to let some potential customers test the site and treat themselves in the process. It’s our way to say thank you to all the NHS staff and healthcare workers who have done an amazing job over the last year.”

Those wishing to be part of the ‘discount code executives’ team can apply to do so here:

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