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Sales Operational and Fulfillment Coordinator – Are you ready to Advance your Retail Career to the Next Level While Helping the Environment?
Committed to doing what’s right for the planet and right for business, we’re creating better everyday products that combine cutting-edge bioplastic technology and the latest sustainable design features that not only look good, but maximize shelf space, drive incremental sales, enhance logistics and boost environmental benefits. We are currently seeking a Sales Operational and Fulfillment Coordinator.
In this dual role, you’ll report to the Business Development Manager & VP of Finance, while also working directly with the CEO. You’ll perform the following 3 core responsibilities along with other functions that may be required to ensure our key performance indicators are achieved:
Your drive to be in the thick of things and get stuff done will ensure success in this role. As Sales Operational and Fulfillment Coordinator, you will be responsible for organizing and handling inventory; forecasting sales and inventory by product; product delivery to customers; customer order processing; and, customer interactions including cold calling, quotes, and other administration so that all customers receive their products on time. You will communicate directly with purchasing customers and maintain professional customer relationships.
|1. Work with the Business Development Manager to build and manage product order fulfillment to customers:
|2. Work with Business Development Team & Finance Team to roll up sales and inventory forecasts, and complete transactions from processing to delivery:
|3. Work with the Business Development Manager & Finance Team to provide sales and operational support for the Subscribe and Save program:
Enthusiastic – you love interacting with people and can get people excited about new ideas – even when you walk into a room cold. Your drive and go-get-em attitude mean you’re the one who gets things done and gets results without a lot of instructions.
Service-oriented – you understand the importance of engagement, integrity and unwavering focus on customers to drive lifetime value and brand reputation.
Leadership potential – you’re a self-starter who comes with your own batteries to work independently, identify opportunities for improvement and recommend solutions. You’re motivated to grow businesses and take on roles with more responsibility as they grow. Of course, being a leader means you work well with people and can find clever ways to make things happen.
Flexible – things rarely go according to plan. You understand that the ambiguous nature of business means you’ll often be changing priorities and doing things outside your comfort zone. You’re also open to working extended or unusual hours to attend events and chip in as part of the team.
Capable – you’ve got a business degree and experience in sales, B2B business development, consumer goods or some interesting combination of all of the above. Experience in the grocery/food or plastics industry could be an asset, but certainly not essential.
Compensation and Work Hours:
Monthly salary dependent on experience, plus potential for commission. Some evening/weekend work and travel may be required to accommodate events or sales meetings.
If this job sounds like you, please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 14, 2018.