Pacific Office Automation

  • Order Management Assistant

    Job Locations US-WA-Seattle
    Job ID
    2018-1899
    Category
    Adminstrative
  • Overview

     

    Pacific Office Automation has been in business since 1976 and is one of the largest, independently- owned document imaging dealers in the nation. We have 25 branches throughout eight western states and offer an excellent benefit package as well as upward mobility. We currently have an opportunity in our Parts division at our Seattle.

     

    Qualified candidates will be able to manage and audit orders on a daily basis with high attention to detail. This position is a key link in communication between our sales and ensuring the order properly arrives at the customer.  

     

    This individual must be skilled in accuracy, organization, and obtain strong time management skill.

     

    Pacific Office Automation offers competitive compensation, as well as a comprehensive benefits package including:

    • Full Health/Dental/Vision Insurance
    • Matched 401(k)
    • Credit Unions
    • Energetic, dynamic, and fun work environment (events, banquets, trips, clubs, etc).
    • If you are well-organized, a good communicator, and possess a team attitude, we want to hear from you!

     

    As an Order Management Assistant, your duties will include:

    • Managing and auditing orders
    • Heavy sales-inventory-warehouse cross communication
    • Utilizing internal system for research
    • Track movement of inventory
    • Audit discrepancies, locate errors and problem solve inventories
    • Communicate on the phone and through email
    • Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines

    Knowledge, skill and abilities:

    • High level of accuracy
    • Organization and multitasking abilities
    • Strong time management skill
    • Ability to analyze and solve problems
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skill

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