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Administrator / Coster

  • Avonmouth
  • Permanent
  • PV4632
  • Up to £28,000 DoE
Our client is an affiliated Prestige Commercial Vehicle Service and Repair Centre, with businesses across the south west of England. They now have a fresh opportunity for an ADMINISTRATOR / COSTER to join their team and deliver efficiency in key areas of their administration function.
Based at their site in Avonmouth, you will need to be a confident Administrator who is willing to learn new systems and processes.
Your main responsibilities will include:
  • Providing administrative support to the team in line with the company standards and processes
  • Cleansing, updating and annotating electronic / paper files ensuring all amendments are made accurately, thoroughly and on time.
  • Running a range of reports for management / departmental use
  • Ensuring CRM records are complete and accurate in line with current Data Accuracy guidelines
  • Compiling accurate cost and estimate reports alongside invoicing
  • Answering of incoming calls, efficiently directing each call to the intended colleague
Skills and experience should extend to:
  • Previous experience within the automotive sector (advantageous but not essential).
  • Excellent Communication Skills.
  • Strong IT Skills
  • Ability to multitask and prioritise
  • Well-presented, Proactive, Self-Motivated and Tenacious.
  • Track record of delivering excellent customer service
  • Flexible and keen to learn.
You’ll be joining a long-established company working alongside a high-quality brand. The business can offer long-term job security, training, and support.

"When I wanted to progress my career to the next level I needed to deal with a consultancy who had in-depth knowledge of the industry and understood my requirements. Kream was superb and I was not disappointed”.

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