Are you ready to rev up your career in the automotive industry?
What about driving your skills to the next level?
If you think you’re up for the race…then keep reading!
My client is an innovative tech company located in Oxford, who specialise in converting classic cars into electric marvels. Therefore, I am on the look out for an experienced administrator to help get their engines going!
The role will be based in the office located in Oxford Monday to Friday 8.30am – 5pm.
For this role, I’m looking for an organised and detail-oriented individual with strong written and verbal communication skills. You will need to be proficient in computer skills and have a general knowledge of electrical components. All of which will help you when speaking to customers.
The ideal candidate will have a passion for EV’s and classic cars, possess knowledge of electronic and mechanical components, and have prior administrative experience.
So, what can you expect in your day-to-day responsibilities?
The Administrator will be required to efficiently manage the ordering and stocking of electronic vehicle (EV) components, organise and maintain stock as well as oversee any deliveries.
You will also need to regularly update CRM software and consult with customers professionally over the phone and email. As well as collaborating with finance and other departments to maintain customer communication and keep up to date records.
The salary, depending on your experience, is between £21,000 to £24,000, with 20 annual holidays as well as bank holidays.
If you are a motivated individual who thrives in a collaborative team environment and seeks a role in a forward-thinking organization, call me, send me a message or DM – whatever is easiest.
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