Nov 302017

Are you immediately available for a new job opportunity? Do you speak English fluently, do you have experience in customer service- sales support and have you previously worked with JDEdwards?

If you are, this opportunity could be perfect for you!

Your role:

Our Customer Service department is looking for a versatile colleague to join the department in December 2017.

 In this position you will focus on performing service-oriented tasks within the order process. You will be the first point of contact for our customers. In addition, you will support the Sales Manager by managing the client portfolio together.


The main duties of this position include: 

  • Ensure accurate and timely data entry of orders into JDEdwards 
  • To be interactive and proactive with our customer regarding arranging their transport by meeting their requirements and service standards 
  • Providing export documentation
  • Track and trace pending files and status of orders and report the status/updates to the customer
  • Timely informing the Sales Manager to achieve the sales targets

Qualifications and experience

  • Experience with drafting export documents and processing of orders
  • Good knowledge and understanding of incoterms preferred 
  • Good computer skills (MS Office) and experience with JDEdwards essential
  • Be a team player and have the ability to listen, comprehend and effectively communicate to obtain positive results 
  • Pro-active, service-oriented and strong organizational skills 
  • Fluent in English

International, dynamic

Match criteria: Food, Beverage & Dairy, Food Production, Customer Support/ Client Care, Job, Customer Service, 2700 – 3200 Euro, 40 hours, Prov. North Holland, English, Administrator, Coordinator, Non, Assistant or Support

Company name: Adams Multilingual Recruitment

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