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Outsourcing

First Recruitment Asia is more than just a recruitment company – we are able to act as a true business partner, offering comprehensive and specificall...

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  • Sales Admin Leader - Sales & Marketing
    IndustriesSales & Marketing
    SalaryNegotiate + good benefit
    Job TypePermanent
    LocationHo Chi Minh City
    Referencesusan.ho@firstrecruitment-asia.com
    Description

    Position: Sales Admin Leader.
    Report: Operation Director 
    Working location: Ho Chi Minh city 

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Assisting the sales team involves processing orders, keeping track of customer information, and providing post-sale customer service reports.
    • Develop and maintain a database that contains all of the important information for both current and prospective customers. 
    • Maintaining the accuracy of this database is crucial for an efficient delivery process.
    • The Salesperson generates a sale, and it is the Sales Administrator who actually puts that sale through in the company system. This usually involves entering data into a computer, and can also include filing paper orders.
    • Involved some customer service. If a customer has an issue with the delivery of the product, takes the call and fixes the issue.
    • Update the company Sales Figures to reflect these numbers this requires advanced knowledge of spreadsheet software.
    • Prepare and Present Reports as the responsibility to analyze sales figures and present these findings to support sales process and management. 

    REQUIREMENTS:

    • Having a Bachelor's degree, at least 3 Years of relevant Customer Services, and Sales Admin experience.
    • A fast-paced position that requires the ability to multitask, strong number analyst.
    • Master Excel and another software system are preferable.
    • Well-organized, good at number skills, Teamwork spirit.

    For more information, please contact Ms. Susan:

    • Email: Susan.ho@firstrecruitment-asia.com
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