Feb 212018

Vizona’s key strength is derived from a combination of market expertise, technical competence and international presence. The company’s focused project teams work closely with customers and architects to achieve reliable project implementation tailored to their needs. Vizona’s competitive edge is heightened by the use of the company’s own specialized manufacturing facilities and an efficient network of supply chain partners. Product quality and safety, and a passion for detail are core values of the company culture.

Project Sales Coordinator m/f

Location: Ouderkerk aan de Amstel (Amsterdam)

Level of employment: 100 %


The Role

The Project Coordinator has an important role within our Project Team and is responsible for the ordering process, from order entry until after-sales. Besides internal sales service tasks you are supporting the Project Manager with calculations and other related administrative activities.

Job Description

  • All administration and communication (internal and external) for ordering processing, from initial order until invoicing in SAP
  • Sales order entry, securing of delivery terms and coordination with installation companies
  • Supporting the Project Manager with account acquisition
  • Complaints processing and return handling
  • Operational business relation management with our clients

Your Profile

  • You have MBO / HBO level and ability to multi-task
  • You are interested in project business and ideally having professional experience in internal sales services
  • Good verbal and written knowledge of English and preferably another foreign language
  • You are an independent worker as well as a transparent communicative team player
  • Knowledge of SAP/ERP would be an advantage

Match criteria: Retail, ICT, Sales representative, 40 hours, Prov. North Holland, Non, Assistant or Support

Company name: Stepstone NL

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