Sales Support Administrator job in Trafford Park

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Job Ref: 7360

Job Type: PERM

Location: Trafford Park

Salary: £Competitive

Date Posted: 30-05-2022

Category: Administration Office Support, Customer Services, Logistics/ Supply Chain

Alexander Hancock

Sales Order Administrator, Advanced Excel, process orders, update Customer Database, Purchase order support, Trafford Park £23,000 plus benefits

Our client is looking to recruit a Sales Support Administrator to process orders from their key accounts and to ensure the highest levels of customer service and efficiency to these customers
Role and Responsibilities for the position of Sales Support Administrator:
  • Receive orders from key customers, advise of stock availability , delivery dates and resolve any issues to the point the order is delivered to the customer
  • Order any required consumables from third party suppliers to ensure orders can be fulfilled in their entirety
  • Liaise with internal teams such as Warehouse and Design Teams to ensure deliveries are met and you are aware of any new product coming to market etc
  • Manage stock availability for current and any known forward orders
  • Analysis of orders/sales on Excel
  • Update Customer Database with any additional information regarding orders and product database with new product information
  • Liaise with client warehouse for deliveries to book orders into their sites
  • Liaise on a regular basis with key customers
Ideal Candidate for the position of Sales Support Administrator:
  • Experience of sales support/order management process essential
  • Advanced Excel for the purpose of analysis data/sales etc
  • Strong communication experience with both internal departments and customers
  • Exceptional Customer Service skills ideally with experience of managing key accounts

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