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Dec 132017
 

We are looking for a commercially driven person with guts who will strengthen the team. In this role you are responsible for your own set of clients:
• Generating prospects.
• Develop a good relationship with our customers.
• The buying and selling of A-brand IT and multimedia products.
• Finding hard to find products at the customer’s request.
• Advising management on market developments.

The Job requirements:
• HBO / MBO + level training or employment;
• Affinity with ICT;
• Experience with MS Office;
• Commercial, independent, resourceful, responsible;
• Excellent command of German (spoken and written);
• Good communication skills in Dutch are a big plus for internal use.;
• Additional languages are an advantage;
• Experience in the IT industry is a plus;
• You have 2 to 3 years of work experience.

Our client is an international known independent distributor of ICT products. They bring together supply and demand in the ICT field. They guarantee optimum product availability for their customers at very competitive prices.

Match criteria: ICT, Procurement & Sales, Job, Account management, To be determined, Administratief, Bachelor, 2-5 years, Company hire, Prov. Gelderland, English, Advisor

Company name: Undutchables Recruitment Agency BV

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