Channel Sales Operations , Munich
The Channel Sales Operations Administrative Assistant supports the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Asia) sales operation organization in taking over all the administrative workloads in order to allow the Channel Sales Operations Specialists/Managers to work with efficiency in their bigger projects and deals.
Primary job responsibilities
Executes systems and processes with all back office functions and departments; e.g. Finance, Finance Commissions, Product
Maintains Systems including facilities, territory assignments management and process
Responsible for on-going administration of existing systems in the Sales organization to reduce time and effort and increase efficiency
Coordinates Order management, Finance and Finance Commissions in creating accurate Quota Credits reports
Organizes District Meetings (on and of site), customer Briefings and travel as required
Reviews, tracks and reports travel of employees, sick time, vacation requests and maintains customer files
Acts as a liaison between departments for order processing, delivery, and invoicing issues
Must have a minimum of 2 years experience within similar sales support role such as sales operations, inside sales, sales administration or customer support
Ability to work with multiple departments to identify and resolve issues independently
Must have a high level of energy and willing to work in an intense and fast paced environment
Work experience within the technology sector would be advantageous, but not required
Must have strong attention to detail and enjoy working in a data intensive role. Must have experience with spreadsheets.
Experience with a CRM system such as sales force would be advantageous, but not required.
Must be within a commuting distance of Munich office.
Must be fluent in English. German or another European language is advantageous.
Sales, Operations, Support, Administrative, Processes
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