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  • BA Recruitment
    skills within a sales support environment There is also the possibility to progress within the company in the future Full training will be provided to enable you to develop your skills and to be directly involved in the success of the Sales department Key skills qualities for the role include Team player Highly organised Sales support Customer Service skills Computer literate Project support Proactive and enthusiastic approach Desirable skills requirements Proficient in a second language Previous Sales Support experience Knowledge of basic Marketing Knowledge of Export documentation practices The successful candidate will be team focused with an enthusiastic and proactive approach to their work and those around them Whilst the role is predominantly focused on sales support there are other elements to the role such as organising hotel travel arrangements providing direct exhibition support and also providing cover for the Export sales area Previous knowledge of Marketing would be an advantage but not essential You will have the ability to work and remain calm under pressure and have a professional and calm telephone manner 23 days holiday excluding Bank Holidays Circa 15 000 Contributory Pension SAYE Scheme Eligible to join after a certain time period with the company BA Recruitment

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/administration-job-descriptions/sales-administrator-1.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    to engineer skill availability allocate the appropriate engineer to ensure that customer expectations are met Work with the Scheduling Supervisor and if directed to do so the appropriate Field Service Manager to resolve any conflicting priorities and or issues that prevent full utilisation of engineers in the team Advise the appropriate Field Service Manager by telephone when call back requests or contract call outs are received from customers Copy the relevant Field Service Manager and Scheduling Supervisor with the work notification email associated with call back requests or contract call outs Advise the Scheduling Supervisor where the ability to provide an appropriate response to customer requests within the published target response time is compromised Monitor the progress of the calls to ensure appropriate response time is achieved Notify the Scheduling Supervisor of any queries and or delays in response to allocated requests for support Confirm booking arrangements for all site visits with the customer and the appropriate engineering resource ensuring that all appropriate information is provided Route calls for spare parts and or consumables to the Parts section Route calls for technical support to the Technical Support Desk in accordance with established procedures Deputise for other members of the Scheduling

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/administration-job-descriptions/Scheduler.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    report summarising key sales activity To liaise closely with the Finance team in respect of pricing authorisation To ensure that the Finance team are immediately aware of negotiated price adjustments To take an active role as a key member of the sales and marketing team in the development of sales strategy Other ad hoc assignments as may be required Candidate Overview The ideal candidate will come from a background in sales ideally within FMCD where the main customers were Builders Merchants Distributors and Wholesalers The candidate must be a good communicator and be able to analyse data The candidate will also have experience of developing and managing promotions and working with an external sales team to maximise customer s sales potential Salary Package Commensurate with skills knowledge experience Candidate Detail Hard Skills Skill Experience Essential Desirable Education Minimum GCSE level Education Ideally some formal training in sales promotion telesales Currently operates as Sales Administrator Sales Promotion Telesales executive Sector background Manufacturing in FMCD Manufacturing environment Trade Market Hardware Wholesale Market Knowledge experience Good communicator able to initiate calls to key customers Understands pricing disciplines customer profitability Has previously developed promotions targeted at specific customer segments Highly organised with a penchant for accuracy Good knowledge of supply chain requirements Ability to control cost Ability to think on feet provide solutions A degree of creativity in developing promotion flyers Good knowledge and ability with Excel Word PowerPoint Publisher Good Analytical skills Appreciation of sales analysis Ability to work under pressure Flexible approach to working hours An understanding of external sales personnel Some experience of forecasting Candidate Detail Soft Skills Skill Detail Commitment Is prepared to put the right amount of work in to get the job done Objective oriented Works to company objectives and completes the task through setting and measuring personal

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/administration-job-descriptions/trade-sales-and-promotions-coordinator.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    Even the most secure employees may feel threatened if they suddenly see a new face in the next cubicle Let your staff know beforehand why you are bringing in temporary help and what they will be doing Get them excited about the extra help 4 Be prepared Allocate workspace and round up a phone computer and other office supplies the temporary worker might need before he or she arrives Otherwise you ll pay good money for the temp to sit around and watch you set up shop 5 Who s the boss Assign someone to meet the temporary worker at the door Have that person introduce the temporary worker to the person who will oversee their work and to other temps and full time workers who will be working with them or are in adjacent spaces Clearly establish whom and how they should ask for help or advice Also let the temporary worker know who is supposed to give him or her direction work and feedback 6 Be specific Tell new temporary workers exactly what you want done and be clear about work rules office routines daily starting and quitting times and the length of the assignment 7 Set reasonable objectives Don t expect a temporary receptionist to know everyone s name within five minutes or a file clerk to immediately understand all the peculiarities of your system Be realistic but challenging about what a newcomer can accomplish 8 Give feedback Ask a supervisor to check in with the temporary worker to evaluate their progress and answer any questions Even the simplest instructions can be misunderstood so follow up to make sure things are moving along smoothly It costs less to correct mistakes early on than it does to write off a whole day s efforts because of a simple

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/recruitment-agencies/Ten-Ways-to-Get-the-Most-from-Temporary-Workers.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    Initiative seeing opportunities and setting and achieving goals Solving problems thinking things through in a logical way to work out the most important problems Solving problems often also includes creative thinking Flexibility and being able to adapt changing and adapting to new situations Being self aware knowing your strengths and skills and having the confidence to put these across Commitment and motivation having energy and enthusiasm when carrying out projects Interpersonal skills relating well to others and building up good working relationships Numeracy understanding and using information such as numbers statistics and graphs Identifying the skills you have now You probably already have valuable transferable skills that could make you a good candidate for a job Think back through the jobs you have done your hobbies and the other things you re involved in and using the list above write down the skills that you have Here is an example You have always worked in administration jobs in offices as part of a team so you have good teamwork and communication skills In your spare time you also help run a Brownie pack This means that you have other skills that you can transfer to a job initiative and leadership skills to name two However it can sometimes be difficult to identify your own strengths Interviews with Job centre and recruitment agencies can help Friends and relatives may also help Identifying skills you will need in future When you re looking at the skills you have you may also identify areas where you re not so strong There s no need to worry about this there are ways to develop the skills you need so you can get where you want to be First you need to decide what kind of job you want for example hospitality Once you know

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/jobpack/What-have-I-got-to-Offer.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    do not already have one Registering with recruitment agencies agencies may sometimes ask to see your CV before you can register with them What to include There is no set format how you present your CV is up to you However you should include at least the following Your name Your address Your phone number Your e mail address if you have one and Your career history put your most recent job first and include dates Employers will be more interested in what you have done recently Don t leave gaps between dates because employers will want to know what you did during these periods If you don t have much work experience you could include temporary holiday part time or voluntary jobs too If you ve had many different jobs emphasise the skills and experience you have gained across those jobs for example skills in dealing with customers or communication skills New laws on age discrimination mean that you do not need to put your date of birth or age on you CV Here are some examples you may want to include A personal profile this is a short statement at the beginning of your CV to sell yourself your skills experience and personal qualities You could include positive words such as competent adaptable and conscientious You should also tailor the statement to the requirements of each job that you apply for so that you make it clear to the employer that you re the right person Achievements mention things you did well in your past jobs which could be relevant to the job you re applying for Qualifications and training include any qualifications and training from previous jobs for example training in health and safety or certificate in food hygiene Again put the most recent first You can also include qualifications you got from school or college Interests these can support your application if your hobbies and leisure activities highlight responsibilities and skills that are relevant to the job you re applying for Perhaps you belong to a club or society which you organise activities for or you use leadership skills or teamwork as part of the activity Other information it is up to you whether to include this but it can be helpful if there are gaps in your CV If you had a career break because you were caring for children or elderly relatives make this a positive thing and think about the skills you used doing this If the job you are applying for is different from what you have done in the past explain why you are interested in the new type of work References you may not want to include these details on your CV but it s good to have 2 or more people who can provide a work or personal reference Ideally one should be your most recent employer but if you haven t worked for a while it could be someone who has known you for a long time who

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/jobpack/What-is-a-CV.html (2016-02-14)
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    try again later BA Recruitment Home Looking for Work Looking for Staff Jobsearch About Us Contact Us Testimonials Accountancy Recruitment Resource Site Partnerships include Head Office Belper Derbyshire East Midlands UK click here to send us an email Accountancy Recruitment

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/jobpack/CV-Preparation.html (2016-02-14)
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  • BA Recruitment
    and do not have a lot of experience to write about relate your accomplishments part time jobs research and or class projects to the qualities the company is looking for Make it clear in your cover letter that you understand what the company is about This means doing a little research ahead of time so that you can better match your skills experience with their needs and goals Keep your formatting consistent throughout the cover letter Be sure to double and triple check your grammar and spelling It is also a good idea to have someone proof read for you The more eyes that see it and the more feedback you receive the better it will be Targeted Covering Letters Tailoring a covering letter is the best possible way of highlighting your genuine interest in a company position you are applying for A speculative letter can often give the impression that you are not 100 interested in the company To help you write your covering letter double check the following Perform research into the company and industry demonstrating your knowledge in these areas will no doubt impress the reader and encourage them to pursue your application Make sure that your letter demonstrates evidence of any specific competencies the company are looking for These can often be found on the job advert itself or by looking on the company s website Does the position require specific qualifications If it does make sure they are mentioned in some way in your letter Address the covering letter to the person named on the application form this will stand a greater chance of actually being read Refer to any references names seen in the application job advertisement This should be stated at the top for example Re Application EMJ2548 Marketing Executive Speculative covering letters

    Original URL path: http://www.barecruitment.co.uk/jobpack/Writing-your-Cover-Letter.html (2016-02-14)
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