- GMFJ Reference
37.00 per week
- Date Posted
- Start Date
Now Taking Applications
Business & Administration
- Employment Type
Advanced Level 3
Vision Support Services Limited
Description of Opportunity
The Apprentice Sales Coordinator is a role designed to allow first time employees from education to move into a live commercial environment to increase their skills and knowledge. The role sits within our Retail Support teams and exposes the role holder in to both internal company practices and our broad customer base.
Tasks of the Apprentice and areas of learning:
Processing and amending customer orders
Logging activity and tasks on to the CRM and other internal platforms
Arranging and dispatching samples
Online comp shops / product ranges and retail online reviews.
Generic admin tasks for the sales team
Skills you will learn and develop:
A desire to learn and develop exceptional Sales Administration skills
Support of both a field and an office-based sales team
Telephone call handling
Data management through the CRM (Customer Relationship Management) system
Dealing with varied customers
Communication and presentation skills
Prioritisation & time management skills
Solution selling – a formal approach to sales and marketing
From time to time the company may require the Apprentice Sales Coordinator to perform duties outside of this specific remit. Any additional duties will be agreed and in line with the Vision Support Services business needs and model and the capability of the individual in role.
For more information about this vacancy please contact Training 2000 Ltd on +44125454659 (Ref ID: 125576)
Good communication skills – both verbal and written
Good time-keeping skills
Good IT skills - Knowledge of Microsoft Office packages
3 GCSEs at grades A*-C/9-4 (or equivalent) including maths and English.
Prior experience in business or administration role (or equivalent).
Level 3 Business Administrator apprenticeship standard, which includes:Level 2 Functional Skills in maths and English (if required)End-Point Assessment (EPA)Employee Rights and Responsibilities (ERR)Personal Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS)
The ability to work as an individual as well as part of a team
Be respectful to team members at all times
Be able to use their own initiative
A positive individual to lead and grow with our organisation
With exposure to direct clients the individual needs to be able to develop a confidence when dealing with people
The opportunities in the world of business are endless. Many apprentices start in business administration, customer service or accountancy, which are great steppingstones into lots of exciting careers.
You can go on to specialise in a particular field and into management. You will find people who started in administration working in all professional areas and at all levels. If you are good at IT, have a good attention to detail and enjoy working with others then a Business Apprenticeship could give your career a great start.