Job - Sales Admin Clerk, Master Concept (Hong Kong) Limited
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Master Concept (Hong Kong) Limited

Master Concept (Hong Kong) Limited, is a software development company focus on cloud computing technology.  We are the fastest growing Google Enterprise Partner in Asia with offices in Hong Kong (HQ), Macau, Beijing, Shanghai, Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore; helping businesses to "Go Google", providing sales, consultancy, development, deployment, training and support on search, geo and apps.

For further information about our solution offering, please go to http://www.hkmci.com

Sales Admin Clerk

Job Ref.CT3106778-01#0083

Job Description

  • Prepare Purchase Order (PO) to vendors for all regions;
  • Follow up sales order status;
  • Provide support to finance & operation team on daily activities;
  • Prepare sales relevant reports, commercial invoices, credit and debit notes etc.;
  • Data input and filing;
  • Handle office administration tasks;
  • Assist in other ad hoc assignments;

Requirement

  • F.5/DSE/IVE or above;
  • 1-2 years relevant experience is preferred;
  • Detail-oriented, well organized, responsible, punctual, diligent and self-motivated;
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Internet knowledge and computer skills; familiar with Microsoft Office;
  • Good command of Cantonese, English and Putonghua;

Interested parties please send full resume with expected salary to job.mktg.hk@hkmci.com

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