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Location: Gent

Salary/Rate: Competitive salary

Type: Temporary

Closing Date:

Job Reference: 1094944

Your new role
As service center coordinator you control and manage the process of orders of spare parts. You discuss, control and manage special orders and requirements and give advice on logistical and commercial solutions or alternatives. For this you cooperate with internal and external stakeholders. On top of this, you’ll be part of projects and optimize the processes which are beneficial for both the department and customers. You support the sales team and its network via daily operational work, meetings or events.

What you will need to succeed
For this job as service center coordinator you’re fluent in English and French combined with Italian or Spanish. You are customer orientated and a team player who likes to give advice to clients. You’re analytical with a strong affiliation with numbers. This is a temporary assignment from May until August, but there is a chance that it will be prolonged.

What you will get in return
You will work in a dynamic environment with colleagues from all over the world. Because a good work life balance is important for Volvo, you have flexible working hours. Our partner offers a competitive salary supplemented with meal vouchers and transport costs.

Your new company
Our partner Volvo Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks, buses and engines with brands such as Volvo, Renault Trucks and Volvo Penta.

What you need to do now
Are you interested in this job as Service center coordinator at Volvo Group? Apply today or contact Lando Bassimon for more information via 09/266.11.95.

Contact: Lando Bassimon

Office: Hays Gent, Kortrijksesteenweg 1084

Phone: 092661195


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