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Commercial/ Contract Solicitor
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a confident commercial/contract solicitor to support our newly formed edible oil company, based at the companyвЂ™s office in Richmond.
The successful Solicitor will join the company to work part-time earning a competitive salary, depending on experience.
To be considered for this position you must have previous demonstrable experience in Commercial law. In addition, you must have the following key skills and experience:
Ability to do your own advocacy in court ;
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal;
Strong customer focus;
Strong interpersonal skills;
Proficient in MS Word, Outlook and Excel;
Strong organizational and time-management skills;
Excellent attention to detail;
Enjoy working with technology based systems;
Flexible and adaptable;
Membership of Law Society Advanced Family Panel or a Resolution Accredited Specialist is advantageous;
Must be Russian or Ukrainian speaker (Mandatory)
Field Sales representative required: immediate start
We are a new emerging edible oil brand looking for a field sales representative to join our happy, energetic, and enthusiastic sales team within the London area.
FlavOil is a specialist edible oil and ambient food product company.
Due to our experience and technical expertise we are continuously adding new and exciting products specifically designed to meet the demands of our ever-growing customer lists.
An international business based in picturesque Richmond-upon-Thames requires an ambitious and forward thinking specialist in accordance with the companyвЂ™s ethos.
We require a dedicated individual who can compliment the existing professional team and evolve with the company and participate in their success.
Daily tasks and duties will include in depth knowledge of:
In addition must require:
Daily tasks and duties will include:
Skills and personal qualities
As a logistics and distribution manager you’ll need to:
Maintenance of records;
Verification of all freight invoices;
Working closely with Purchasing;
Deliver against departmental KPIs;
Warehouse & stock operational control;
Liaise and negotiate with customers and suppliers; Organising all shipments in line with company requirements; Maintenance of system data requirements and ensuring integrity at all times;
Preparing and maintaining a delivery schedule and communicating to all relevant departments;
Timely preparation of import documentation and authorization for HMRC for all seashipments globally; Develop business by gaining new contracts, analysing logistical problems and producing new solutions;
Ensuring the integrity of import / export documentation such as Bills of lading, EUR1 certificates Commercial invoices and packing lists;
Continually try to improve and develop business performance within the constraints of legislation, fuel costs and rising environmental pressures.
You may also be required to:
implement health and safety procedures;
manage staff training issues; motivate other members of the team; project manage; set objectives; plan projects;work on new supply strategies; plan vehicle routes;use specialist knowledge, such as mechanical-handling systems, to provide consultancy services.
Continual review of shipping dates and reporting exceptions; To review the ‘valueвЂ™ offered by existing suppliers, ensuring purchasing remains globally competitive; assisting with the re-negotiating of terms of business/service level agreements and performance evaluation and taking corrective action as required;any other reasonable duties which may be required by management from time to time.
This job description is neither exhaustive nor exclusive and may be reviewed in the future depending upon operational requirements and staffing levels.
transport, distribution or logistics; business; management; business with languages/economics; computing; geography.
risk management and assessment; work logically and systematically; have good time management; have the ability to solve problems and make decisions, as well as think laterally and offer creative solutions; have commercial awareness and some numeracy; be IT literate and have the ability to handle electronic data; be flexible and have the ability to manage change; have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well as part of a team, as well as manage people; have excellent communication skills, both oral and written; be able to negotiate and use your analytical skills; maintain a positive attitude to continued learning.
ВЈ22,000 – ВЈ25,000 PA
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