|Administrative Assistant of Sales & Marketing-Portland, OR
Portland, OR (USA)
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In addition to steady hours and competitive pay, Core-Mark employees also get:
Sales administrative assistants' type, file, handle mail, answer phones, and perform other jobs critical to office operations, assist in Sales/Merchandising payroll and expense reporting. Set up accounts by gathering new customer information, entering customer information into Core-Mark proprietary systems, and contact the appropriate sales team member. Process orders submitted by sales reps, checking orders for accuracy, create shipping labels, print out packing lists, send out invoices, and check credit lines. You will also be requested to help and support in other business functions.
Sales involves a large amount of information that needs to be maintained and organized. Sales administrative assistants compile and update physical or digital files on clients, leads, expenses, and sales. They may deliver reports on things such as backlogged items and monitor inventory. Must have strong skills and experience in Microsoft, Excel and Outlook.
Whether management calls a meeting for all sales reps or arrangements for a trade show need to be made, the sales administrative assistant gathers the appropriate people and attends to the details of meetings and events.
Support Sales Team
The sales administrative assistant serves as the point of contact for sales representatives who are out in the field meeting clients and making sales. The assistant might keep track of each rep's whereabouts, convey information from management, coordinate calendars, and assist with travel arrangements. Some minimal travel will be included.
Sales Administrative Assistant Skills and Qualifications
Sales administrative assistants interact with a range of people while performing their job, so great interpersonal skills are essential. They should also be outstanding communicators capable of providing clear information in both verbal and written forms. Other factors critical to success include: