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Mar 142019
 

ABOUT Coppieters and Chemical partners africa Established in 1996 and based in Ekeren, Antwerp, Coppieters Chemicals is a distribution company for raw materials and chemicals for the industry in Africa.  Coppieters is focused on chemical specialties  for the personal and home care, plastics, and other markets in mainly West- and Central Africa.  Chemical Partners Africa is a joint setup since 2014 from Coppieters and Chemical Partners Europe to handle the coatings, adhesive and ink market in Africa.   We provide solutions for producers in Africa in ingredients, formulating and production process.   Both Coppieters and Chemical Partners Africa are valued by our African customers and international suppliers for the quality products and services.  Our supplier portfolio are well known European and international companies.  Our customers range from multinationals to small local producers.  We have local setups in Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Senegal and Kenya. We are looking for an enthousiastic, organised and pro-active multitasker to join our Chemical Partners Africa & Coppieters team. He/she would join our logistics team, manage the daily running of the office and support operations. The international environment requires someone who has a positive ‘can-do’ attitude and who is happy to pitch in wherever necessary. The Office & Logistics Assistant must be a teamplayer and is highly organised whilst displaying discretion and using initiative at all times. Your job will consist of, but is not limited to: 1. Member of the logisitics team : Prepare shipping files and coordinate documentation In a later stage, organise logistics Compare prices for logistics Send samples and documents by courier 2. Responsible for the functioning of the office and support of sales  :    Purchase of office supplies and material needed Jump in for colleagues Handle logistics and sale administration Support with trade fairs and activities, book hotels and flights for collegues, suppliers agents and customers To be successful in this position we look for candidates International minded, affinity with Africa is a plus Commercial minded A bachelor degree is a plus Fluent French and English speaking/writing – fluency in dutch or other languages is a plus Computer literate and expert in Ms Office Able to multi-task, work flexibel/under pressure and able to handle confidentiality Able to perform and collaborate in a small team Able to take initiative, to work independent, to act with common sense and to take responsability Able to communicate efficiently with a broad range of people Workexperience or affinity with chemical products or logistics is a plus Our offer A full-time or 4/5th position, based in Ekeren, Antwerp. The office is easy accessible by public tran… Original job ad is published on StepStone.be – Set up a Jobagent at StepStone now and find your dream job! https://bit.ly/2jPYsZC For similar jobs, information on employers and career tips visit StepStone.be!

Match criteria: Construction, Retail, Administration, Logistics & supply chain, Sales representative, Office Manager, 40 hours, 24 hours, Outside the Netherlands, Non, Assistant or Support

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