Marketing Trainee Vacancy in Kenya
Marketing Trainee Vacancy in Kenya Our client is looking for a Marketing Trainee, whose job purpose will be to acquire, build, retain and develop a strong customer base in line with the company strategy.
Acquire, build and develop strong customer relationships with respective accounts.
Understand and meet customers’ requirements in regards to customer specifications.
Process customer orders following leads or requests for orders from the customers.
Ensures issues of customer complaints are addressed and timely feedback given to customers.
Prepare various sales performance reports including forecasts and sales trends.
Must have attained a degree in Sales and Marketing or a business-related course from a recognized institution
Proficiency in Russian language
Extensive Computer Knowledge
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Location of role – Kitengela with occasional travels to Eldoret and Nakuru.
The successful candidate will travel to Russia when need arises hence should be in good standing with Russian Federation (No criminal record)
Works predominantly within a comfortable office environment with occasional field travels.
How to Apply
Qualified and interested applicants should send their application and detailed CV, indicating current and expected remuneration to
NB Explicitly indicate the position “MARKETING TRAINEE” in the email subject line.
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted
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