EDI Consultant/Support specialist (SE-10075)
Our partner is active in 27 countries and organized into four regions: North America, Continental Europe, UK & Ireland and Rest of the World. They are a focused and successful international distribution and outsourcing group with operations across the Americas, Europe and Australia.
The company supports their customers all over the world with a variety of products that are essential for the successful operation of their businesses. By outsourcing the purchasing, consolidation and delivery of a broad range of everyday items, their customers are able to focus on their core businesses, achieve purchasing efficiencies and savings, free up working capital, improve distribution capabilities, reduce carbon emissions and simplify their internal administration.
What you’ll be doing:
– As an EDI Consultant/Support specialist you will be supporting EDI and Supplier Portal implementations of international companies in the group, based on a single platform.
– You will be a member of Ecommerce team and act as a specialist in your field and will answer questions from your international colleagues.
– You are well aware of the digital developments and proactively think about the further improvements for the business.
– You are a strong communicator and take pleasure in advising your internal clients. Occasionally you will travel towards your different clients and projects in Europe.
– A driving licence is essential.
What you need to have:
– Fluency in written and spoken English, additional language skills would be beneficial
– A solid background in digital communications with proven experience in a similar role and the ability to build strong relationships with internal / external clients.
– A relevant Bachelor degree or at least 3 to 5 years of experience in a similar role.
– Strong communicative and analytic skills, service minded mentality and you are used to work in a result driven environment.
– More than basic knowledge of Edifact, XML standards Data models and communication protocols is necessary, as is a basic understanding of business processes.