Category Assistant (Category Development, Buyer)
£17,000 - £21,000 plus excellent benefits
Our client the supplier with a difference!
The company is an organisation focussed on meeting the needs of their many customers in the Social Care, Education and Early Years Sectors.
They are seeking to recruit a highly-organised individual to join one of their Category Management teams. This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious individual who wants to join the largest independent supplier of education resources in the UK.
Working as a Category Assistant, you’ll provide all the necessary support to your Category Management Team in collating information, preparing documentation and providing statistics and reports. You will manage the teams invoice queries and the enquiries mailbox. You’ll also be involved in managing general supplier and customer enquiries and the maintenance of supplier rebates and marketing contribution. You’ll support both the Category Buyer and the Product Manager in the overall development of the category.
With personal drive and self-motivation you’ll have good organisational and administration skills, will be able to effectively multi-task and work to tight deadlines. A team player with a flexible and positive approach, you will embrace change with enthusiasm. A commitment to deliver excellent customer service to both internal and external customers will be core to this role. You must also have strong Excel skills.
This is a key development role and offers the opportunity, based on performance, to positively progress with the wider Category Management Team.
If you think you have what it takes to succeed in this challenging but rewarding position, our client would love to hear from you.
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