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Administrative Assistant

Order Entry - Order Processing and Logistics

Harvard Apparatus Canada is a well-established company that supplies scientific equipment
to the Life Sciences and Optical research communities. Our customers include university,
hospital, government, industrial, and biotechnology research institutes.

As the main person in charge of Order Processing you will be responsible for handling
the following requirements of the position:

General Responsibilities
  • Sales and Purchase Order Entry
  • Processing of Sales Order Shipments and Purchase Order Receipts
  • Generating and Sending Invoices to Customers
  • Tracking Order Status and Responding to Customer Delivery Enquiries

Knowledge, Experience, and Skills
  • Direct experience in Order Processing and Customer Service
  • You have a good working knowledge of computers
    (Windows, MS Office - Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, MS Access)
  • You are Organized, Meticulous and Demonstrate a High Degree of Accuracy
    and Attention to detail.
  • Your are bilingual (English and French)
Experience in the Following Areas would be considered assets:
  • Knowledge Import/Export procedures
    (NAFTA Certificates, Tariff codes, Duties)
  • Experience in dealing with transportation companies
    (Ex: UPS / FedEx / CanPar / LTL Trucking Companies)
  • Accounting and Book Keeping experience
  • Inventory tracking and management
  • Doing Customer Credit Checks
  • Preparation or export shipment documentation - bill of ladings, invoices, packing
    Lists, certificate of Origin)

In addition to personal and professional growth opportunities,
this position offers a competitive salary, a bonus incentive plan, and comprehensive
health benefits.

Please send or fax your resume to:

Harvard Apparatus Canada
6010 Vanden Abeele, St. Laurent, QC H4S 1R9
Fax:  (514) 335-3482
E-Mail: mktg@harvardapparatus.ca

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