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Sales Administrator Dublin 10

  • Sector: Sales & Marketing
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  • Job Ref: 21346

At Collins McNicholas, we are currently seeking an experienced Sales Administrator to join our client's team who are based in Dublin 10. As a Sales Administrator, you will play a vital role in supporting the sales process and ensuring efficient order management. This is an excellent opportunity for individuals with sales administration or order management experience, to contribute to a successful and growing organization. You must have experience with SAP, Oracle or any ERP system and have experience using excel to be selected for this role.


  • Process and input orders accurately into the SAP system, verifying details and promptly resolving any issues or queries.

  • Generate and send order acknowledgements to customers, ensuring clear communication of order details.

  • Collaborate with planning and production departments to release order details in a timely manner.

  • Handle day-to-day inquiries related to specific contracts, products, or general information, providing prompt and accurate responses.

  • Coordinate the delivery of each contract, notifying customers of delivery dates and times.

  • Log customer complaints and work closely with the Customer Care Department to resolve issues effectively.

  • Collaborate with internal teams to launch project details, ensuring all technical requirements are known and appropriate delivery schedules are agreed upon.

  • Handle and resolve invoice queries promptly, ensuring timely and accurate processing.

  • Respond effectively to problems that arise in-house or on-site, minimizing disruption and delays.

  • Assist with front-of-house administration tasks.

  • Perform any other reasonable duties as required.


  • Previous administrative experience in a fast-paced workplace.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

  • Experience using SAP for order management.

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

  • Strong time management and organizational abilities with meticulous attention to detail.

  • Proactive problem-solving skills and a mindset for continuous improvement.

  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively as part of a team.

For more information contact Niamh Cregg