Checking emails, action accordingly. Making invoices credit notes. Purchase requisition etc. Attending all calls from HO and shops. Making all STN and SHOP to Shop STN and mail to the concerned shop. Receiving GRV’s from Ware house Admin and sending mail to the management. Making GRV’s and Submitting as per the mail to management. Receiving invoices from ware House Admin for making HO reports. Making HO reports and handover to line Manager. Updating pending invoices and mailing updated pending invoices lists to management. Preparing delivery schedule on daily basis. Emailing delivery schedule to HO. Coordinating with Drivers & Merchandisers. Updating delivery schedule and sending mail to warehouse Admin. Giving Stocks for STN and Pick list if required. Giving old Invoices and Credit notes copies to Ho if they need. Maintaining records of Pick lists and STNs on daily basis. Sending daily work reports mail to HO. Inventory Management. Making stock out request if required.
Requirements: Any Bachelors Degree or equivalent. Knowledge and experience of relevant software applications – spreadsheets, word processing, and database management. Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures. Required typing speed. Proficient in spelling, punctuation, grammar and other English language skills.
Sales Skills to Put on Your Resume
Although there are many types of sales jobs, certain sales skills are universal. These five sales job skills for your resume will be attractive to hiring managers, no matter the industry or company.
Use the job ad to find out which skills to list on your resume. Employers always list the skills and abilities they want in the job description.
Communication skills are everything for a sales associate. Often, leads become sales because people like and trust the person they’ve been communicating with.
You could be the most knowledgeable salesperson in the world. However, if people feel like they can’t comfortably communicate with you, they’ll be less likely to buy from you.
If people feel they can’t comfortably communicate with you, they’ll be less likely to buy from you.
There are many types of communication skills, and it’s fine to list them separately on your resume. Common communication skills include:
Verbal communication skills
Written communication skills
Public speaking skills