About the Role

As a Commercial Department Officer at FOSS Lighting, you will be instrumental in managing various administrative and transactional tasks ensuring efficiency and precision in our commercial operations. This position demands a meticulous approach to handling invoices, shipment documentation, credit notes, and order fulfillment processes.


Key Responsibilities

Transactional Oversight: Ensure all commercial documents, including invoices and credit notes, are accurately issued and filed.
Order Management: Manage the order entry to fulfillment process, guaranteeing precision and timeliness.
Sales Support: Assist the sales team by providing essential documentation and data to facilitate efficient service delivery.
Record Keeping: Maintain comprehensive and up-to-date transactional records to support financial and operational audits.


Required Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in Business, Economics, or a closely related field.
Advanced proficiency in English and skilled in the use of computers.
Exceptional communication skills and a proven ability to work collaboratively.
Demonstrated organizational prowess and a professional demeanor.


Preferred Experience

A minimum of three years in a comparable position, with hands-on experience in administrative roles.
Experience with ERP systems, particularly Entersoft, is highly advantageous.


What We Offer

A dynamic work environment that promotes personal and professional growth.
Opportunities for continuous development through professional training.
A competitive salary that reflects your experience and expertise.


How to Apply

Please submit your CV and cover letter detailing your qualifications and why you think you are a good fit for the position. Send your application to [email protected].

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