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about 1 year ago
Salary: £18000 - £24000 Per Annum £24,000 OTE, plus benefi
Location: Newcastle upon Tyne
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Mark McLay
Category: Car Sales Jobs, Administrator Jobs

Our client is a franchise main dealer based in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne who requires an automotive experienced Sales Administrator.


Salary and Benefits:
Up to £24,000 per annum dependent on experience

Type of Role:
This position is a full time permanent role working Monday to Friday, with occasional Saturday work

Key Tasks & Responsibilities:

* Order, bring on stock and progress vehicles through the system
* Allocate registration numbers to new vehicles and tax for delivery
* Raise internal job cards to the Parts and Service departments for stock and sold vehicles
* Invoice sold vehicles in preparation for delivery to the customer ensuring the profit margins are as expected
* Maintain and update vehicle files
* Assist with sales and purchase ledger
* Maintaining the vehicle purchase ledger
* Daily review of cash sales, deposit and debit/ credit card payment control account's

Skills and Experience Required:
It is essential that you have previous Motor Trade experience as a Sales Administrator or Accounts Assistant.
It would be desirable for you to have a good working knowledge and experience of working on a Dealer Management System, e.g. Kerridge or AutoView. The ideal candidate will possess a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, and a good working knowledge of the motor industry.

How to Apply:
Apply by submitting your CV on line and in absolute confidence ensuring we have all your contact details including mobile telephone number and personal e-mail address or contact us in the strictest of confidence for an informal discussion.
Should you not have been contacted within 3 days you can assume on this occasion you have been unsuccessful.

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