- £18,000 per annum (rise to £20,000 when fully trained)
- Closing date:
£18,000 per annum (rise to £20,000 when fully trained)
As Sales Co-ordinator, you will have a desire, drive and determination to help develop business growth.
Your responsibilities as a sales coordinator will include:
- Account management and client development
- Receiving and making calls to customers
- Raising orders and following up quotations
- Liaising with the Business Development Team and other departments within the company
- Occasional order picking to assist urgent customer requirements
- Dealing with any customer service queries – from chasing orders to any general enquiries
- General office administration duties
- Assisting in the quality control system
- Use in house software to create bespoke labels for niche customers
What you’ll need:
- Ability to work alone and as part of a team
- Friendly, personable and professional
- Able to adapt your approach tailored to individual customers’ needs
- Willing to learn and develop skills required in this niche industry
- Self-motivated and pro-active with the ability to manage your time effectively
Our Client is one of the UK's largest manufacturers of hazardous goods labels and ADR warning labels, working with companies in the chemical industry and associated similar industries including breweries, hazardous waste and transport, supplying high quality chemical labels, warning diamonds, printers and software.
Clients vary from some of the biggest names in the industry to smaller, niche companies. They have over 35 years’ experience in the field and are happy to advise anyone from business owners to dangerous goods safety advisers.
Skills that would be suitable for this role include: Area Sales Coordinator, Account Manager, Sales, Sales Executive, customer services, sales administrator
If you would like to be considered for this great Sales Coordinator job, please click ‘Apply’ You will receive an email shortly after your online application which you will need to read.
You must be eligible to work in the UK.