Business to Business Customer Account Rep - Nashville

Company Name:
Amtemps Staffing
Business to Business Customer Account Rep - Nashville:
A progressive Nashville-based wholesale distributor near the Nashville airport seeks experienced B2B customer service representative for professional capacity managing day-to-day delivery of service to growing customer base.
1. Manages and maintains customer's orders and accounts, i.e. new orders, back orders, order confirmation using fax, email or telephone and order entry.
2. Business to Business sales consisting of managing current customer accounts, create new accounts and developing wholesale retail relationships.
3. Develop and maintain technical understanding of company's product line, including electronic operations, frequently asked questions, and overall use/purpose of company's products. Product knowledge is required for sales and support purposes.
4. Basic understanding of how inventory works, including the effect orders and returns have on inventory levels.
5. Daily technical support.
6. Answering phone calls and emails daily, returning customer calls, sending out info in the mail, averaging 25 calls and 60 plus emails per day.
Benefits: This industry leading client company offers a full benefits package including holiday pay, vacation pay, sick pay, business casual attire, 401K, proven growth potential, and involvement in a comfortable, team-oriented, customer/employee satisfaction driven organization.
Location: Nashville, TN
Compensation: $21.00 per hour
Amtemps Staffing (founded in 1976)
Please respond by sending us your resume for consideration either through this job posting or through the "Submit Resume" link on the 'Job Seekers' page of our website (amtemps.com). Thanks!

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