Sales Order Administrator Job In Exeter, Devon

Published 2021-12-16
Expires 2022-01-16
ID #794890142
25000 £
Sales Order Administrator Job In Exeter, Devon
United Kingdom, Devon, Exeter,
Published December 16, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Sales order administrator
Min. Salary: 25000.00

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This prestigious organisation is looking to recruit a Sales Administrator to join their busy and vibrant team. Liaising with customers and distributors you will play a key role in managing the sales order process to ensure that agreed deadlines and timescales are met. You will be a team player with exceptional communication skills and enjoy the challenge of working in a busy customer service and administration role.

The role:

* You will liaise with customers to update them on the progress of orders resolving any potential issues.

* You will input all order information, liaising internally where necessary to progress orders efficiently.

* You will chase and resolve any issues related to fulfilling orders and communicate appropriately with customers and other parties.

* You will manage customer returns and credits as well as answering any invoice queries.

Skills and Experience required:

* You will ideally have experience of working in a Sales Order Processing role but candidates who can demonstrate strong customer service experience within a business to business environment will also be considered.

* You will have strong written and verbal communication skills and have experience of managing a communication trail to ensure a satisfactory outcome.

* Strong IT skills including Excel and SAP.

* Strong administration skills are essential along with good attention to detail and organisational skills.


You will be a natural communicator always trying to achieve the best outcome for the customer. You may have experience of working in a busy Sales Order environment but will definitely understand the importance of communication and good organisational skills within a customer service role. This role is based on Exeter outskirts in large, modern offices and presents an opportunity for a friendly and team-orientated candidate to join a successful and forward thinking business.

Full time hours Monday to Thursday 8-4.30. Fridays 8-4.

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    Registered on October 7, 2017


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